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Charles “Buzz” Beeler, Writer, Producer and Journalist
After spending 39 years as a police officer, Buzz Beeler retired from the force and continued his second career as a writer and journalist. His writing credits include the following:
• Freelance writer for the Baltimore Sun, including The Evening Sun and Sun Magazine, where he worked closely with Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Hunter.
• Writer for the former Hearst Publication, Baltimore News American, where his crime column appeared alongside Andy Rooney’s column.
• Aside from his journalistic endeavors, Buzz has also been involved in the film industry. He penned the screenplay for the Hollywood motion picture, “Misfit Patrol.” Buzz also wrote, produced, and directed traffic safety videos, including script work on an award-winning video, “My Child is Missing,” which was narrated by John Walsh of “America’s Most Wanted” fame. In addition, Buzz wrote, produced, and directed the traffic safety video “Wheels of Death,” which was introduced by then Lt. Governor Kathleen Kennedy Towsend. That safety video was used in driver education classes for a number of years. Buzz’s traffic safety program work was recognized by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, which presented Buzz with an award in a national competition among police jurisdictions.
Buzz is a member of the AFL-CIO Writers Union and now publisher of The Baltimore Post.com. a conservative news publication, a one-stop-shop for local, national, sports and entertainment news with numerous feeds from other local publications.
Ann Costantino, Investigative Journalist
Ann Costantino has been a Baltimore County resident for over twenty years. A graduate of Towson University, Ann earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications after first studying communications and journalism in Arizona and Texas. While a student at Towson, Ann worked as Assistant to the Executive Director of the (former) Advertising Association of Baltimore (AAB), where she managed their membership and organized monthly and annual membership events, including their local and regional American Advertising “ADDY” Awards shows, recognizing “creativity in advertising” in Baltimore and New York. In Texas, Ann interned with the Austin Chronicle, learning the old school ways of cropping and editing, developing and sizing photographs, and was known to shamelessly pester the “real” reporters on how to write book and concert reviews. A long way from where she started, Ann is originally from Oahu, Hawaii – a place where she learned the value of the aloha spirit.