The Maryland Campaign for Kids' TV yesterday honored four stations with its first annual awards for quality children's programming. Winners were Baltimore's WBFF (Channel 45) and WMAR (Channel 2), Washington's WBDC (channel 50) and WHAG (Channel 25) in Hagerstown.
WBFF won for Outstanding Locally Produced Special Children's Program, "Safety Patrol Sports Special," and Outstanding Locally Produced Public Service Announcement, "Fox 45 Safety Patrol PSAs." WMAR won for Outstanding Locally Produced Regularly Scheduled Program, "Fast Forward." WBDC won for Outstanding Schedule of Children's Educational Programming. WHAG was honored for Outstanding Community Service/Outreach Program, "1995 8th Annual Parent-Child Telethon."