Ray Bularz has joined Baltimore magazine’s Baltimore Creative Studio as director, according to a LinkedIn announcement by Michael Teitelbaum, president of Baltimore magazine.
“Ray has a diverse and accomplished career spanning 27+ years in branding, multimedia marketing, strategy, creative, and advertising. He has held leadership positions at Capital One, Northrop Realty, and regional ad agencies,” Teitelbaum wrote.
Baltimore Creative Studio has been a part of Baltimore magazine since 1999, according to Teitelbaum. “In taking on the leadership role, Ray will be pivotal in working with business and nonprofit clients to tell their stories through innovative marketing, branding, design, and content to drive top and bottom-line growth.”
Bularz also worked at Doner and Carton Donofrio Partners in Baltimore.
Annapolis-based Pugh & Tiller PR is flying a new temporary logo for the NFL playoffs and is encouraging other Maryland businesses to show their Baltimore Ravens pride. “As a proud Maryland business, we wanted to show our support for Lamar, Roquan, Zay, and all of the AFC North Champion Ravens, so we decided to change our company logo which we’ll fly now, through the Ravens’ playoff run and, fingers crossed, for their trip to this year’s Super Bowl,” Pugh & Tiller PR Partner Matthew Pugh told the Capitol Communicator.
CallTrackingMetrics, a global conversation analytics company based in Millersville, announced the launch of four new personalized plans in 2024 – Marketing Lite, Marketing Pro, Sales Engage and Enterprise. The plans are designed to meet the changing needs of marketers, sales and lead generation teams and enterprise organizations by providing customizable tools and resources to power users’ unique digital marketing goals.
Maryland Public Television’s original series Maryland Farm & Harvest, now in its 11th season, will feature farms and locations in Howard County, Prince George’s County, and Baltimore City during an episode premiering on Tuesday, January 23. A preview of the episode can be found on the series’ webpage at mpt.org/farm.
Frank A. DeFilippo, 93, passed away in Baltimore on December 9, 2023. DeFilippo wrote a weekly column for Maryland Matters from 2018 to 2021. Known as “Flip,” he started as a reporter for the Baltimore News-American in the early 1960s. Later that decade, he became a State House reporter and also wrote a groundbreaking series on behind-the-scenes powerbrokers in Baltimore. His career also included reporting stints on Capitol Hill and in the Lyndon Johnson White House. A private service will be held at a later date.
Former Baltimore AM host Dave Humphrey passed away in Hilton Head at the age of 80. Humphrey began his career in radio in his home state of Georgia at Savannah’s WSGA, WBYG, and WSAV. He later moved to Arlington’s WEAM and WAVA, before joining Baltimore’s WCBM-AM in 1968 where he become a news anchor for The Lee Case Show and executive director of WCBM’s Baltimore Colts football broadcasts. When WCBM switched formats, Dave Humphrey moved to WLIF in 1985, taking up the role of news director for seven years. During his time at WLIF, Humphrey was an active member of the board of the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association. In 1993, he was appointed as a public relations and communications director for the Maryland Department of General Services by Governor William Donald Schaefer.