WBAL-TV sportscaster and SAG-AFTRA member Keith Mills semi-retired on June 28, after 13 years at the station and 40 years in the business.
“When he walks into the studio, you can feel his positive energy,” stated WBAL anchor Mindy Basara in a recent tweet. “He does so much for the community, quietly without an expectation of recognition. To say I will miss him dearly is a massive understatement. But I’m so happy for him, he deserves to stop working so hard.”
Among his many accolades, Mills has won an Emmy and been honored with the prestigious Maryland Sportscaster of the Year award in 2010.
Mills will continue to have a role in Ravens game day coverage and will take on a new position as a sideline reporter for Navy football games.
Congratulations, Keith Mills, for your exemplary work and commitment.
Photo: From left, WBAL’s Theo Hayes, Keith Mills, Jennifer Franciotti and Lacee Griffith with the Orioles and Ravens team mascots.
- Local News