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  2. WHDH (TV) - Wikipedia

    WHDH presently broadcasts 73½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week, with 12 hours each weekday, 6½ hours on Saturdays, and seven hours on Sundays. In regards to the number of hours devoted to news programming, it is the fourth-highest newscast output of any broadcast television station in the entire United States, behind Los Angeles CW affiliate KTLA (channel 5), which broadcasts 94 ...

  3. Kim Khazei - Wikipedia

    Khazei came to Channel 7 in Boston, Massachusetts in January 1994 at the time when Sunbeam Television Corporation took over the station and introduced a "fast-paced, graphics-driven, and aggressive brand of local news" to the Boston market. She worked for the station's morning show and co-anchored the debut of WHDH's first 4 p.m. news.

  4. WLVI - Wikipedia

    whdh .com /cw56 /. WLVI (channel 56) is a television station licensed to Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, serving the Boston area as an affiliate of The CW. It is owned by Sunbeam Television alongside WHDH (channel 7), an independent station. WLVI and WHDH share studios at Bulfinch Place (near Government Center) in downtown Boston ...

  5. Joe Amorosino - Wikipedia

    Joe Amorosino (born July 19, 1969) is an American sportscaster who is known for his long tenure at WHDH-TV, 7News in Boston, from 1998 to present. He is an Emmy Award-winning sports reporter, who was named Massachusetts Sportscaster of Year in 2016 and 2020 by the National Sports Media Association.

  6. WCVB-TV - Wikipedia

    WCVB-TV (channel 5) is a television station in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, affiliated with ABC and owned by Hearst Television.The station's studios are located on TV Place (off Gould Street near the I-95/MA 128/Highland Avenue interchange) in Needham, Massachusetts, and its transmitter is located on Cedar Street, also in Needham, on a tower shared with several other television and ...

  7. WNAC-TV (Boston) - Wikipedia

    WNAC-TV, channel 7, was a television station located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.The station was owned by RKO General.Originally established in 1948, WNAC-TV signed off for the final time at 1:00 a.m. on May 22, 1982, due to improprieties by its parent company; it was replaced that morning with WNEV-TV (now WHDH), which operates on a separate license.

  8. Media in Boston - Wikipedia

    This is a list of television and radio stations along with a list of media outlets in and around Boston, Massachusetts, including the Greater Boston area. As the television media market titled as "Boston-(Manchester)" it stretches as far north as Manchester, New Hampshire, and ranks as the ninth-largest media market, and one of top-ten-largest radio media market in the United States according ...