Posted on March 14, 2018
CBS News' travel editor Peter Greenberg visited Baltimore earlier this month to film a "Like a Local" segment and tape one of his three-hour weekend radio programs. The "Like a Local" segment will be promoted through Peter's website and social feeds, which have a combined 2.5 million following, and be considered for his PBS show "The Travel Detective," which showcases must-see destinations across the country and around the world.
Peter's Baltimore radio segment aired Saturday, March 10, on a combined 119+ stations nationwide, reaching 1.3 million listeners. Radio guests included Mayor Catherine Pugh, AVAM founder/director Rebecca Hoffberger, BOPA festival director Kathy Hornig, Baltimore Magazine digital editor Jess Mayhugh, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore general manager David Hoffman, National Aquarium general curator Jack Cover, Gunther & Co executive chef Jerry Trice, author Evan Balkin, National Great Blacks In Wax founder Dr. Joanne Martin and Baltimore Heritage director Johns Hopkins. Listen to the full audio show here.
Visit Baltimore would like to thank all the community partners who extended their hospitality to Peter and the crew, especially the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, Walters Art Museum, R. House, Movement Body Lab, Charm City Cakes, Open Works, Union Craft, Woodberry Kitchen, Maryland Zoo, American Visionary Art Museum, 32nd Street Farmers Market, Baltimore Water Taxi and Gunther & Co. We could not succeed in these media efforts without your support.