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KNWN (1000 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station licensed to Seattle, Washington, and serving the Seattle metropolitan area. Owned by Lotus Communications, the station primarily airs an all-news radio format. It is the local affiliate for ABC News Radio and identifies itself as "Northwest News Radio."
KZJO (channel 22), branded as Fox 13+, is a television station in Seattle, Washington, United States, broadcasting the MyNetworkTV programming service. It is owned and operated by Fox Television Stations alongside Tacoma -licensed Fox outlet KCPQ (channel 13).
From May 2012 to June 2016, Tim was the weekend sports anchor/weekday reporter for KOMO-TV, which made him and his dad Dan the second father/son duo on the same TV station, after rival station KIRO-TV former chief meteorologists Harry and Andy Wappler, before Dan retired from the KOMO 4 anchor desk in May 2014.     References [ edit]
Jean Enersen. Jean Stanislaw Enersen (born June 16, 1944) is an American journalist who worked for 48 years at KING-TV in Seattle and was the first female news anchor in the country. Filling the anchor chair at KING for 42 years, Enersen was also the longest-standing local female anchor. She retired from full-time anchor duties at KING in the ...
Steve Pool is a retired chief weather anchor. He began covering sports for KOMO-TV in Seattle in 1977 and eventually became the principal weather anchor for that station from 1984 to 2019. Pool started his career at KOMO-TV as an intern while studying at the University of Washington.
Kathi Goertzen was born in Seattle on April 30, 1958. She graduated from Queen Anne High School and had initially set out to be a veterinarian. However, she changed her career goals after witnessing a dog necropsy, and then aspired to become a journalist, enrolling at Washington State University.
Kenneth George Schram (December 17, 1947 – May 29, 2014) was an American news and radio broadcaster.  He was based in Seattle, Washington and was the former host of local-affairs show Town Meeting and KOMO 4 ’s evening news segments called "Schram on the Street."
Northwest Afternoon (also known at times as NWA) was a local television talk show in the United States. It aired weekdays at 3PM in the Puget Sound area of Washington. It was produced locally by Seattle TV station KOMO-TV Channel 4, and debuted in September 1984. The series ended its run on September 5, 2008 after a run of nearly 24 years.