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  2. Category:Television anchors from Philadelphia - Wikipedia

    Marc Howard (news anchor) Edie Huggins J Jack Jones (TV journalist) Keith Jones (broadcaster) K Larry Kane Wally Kennedy L Tim Lake Alycia Lane Maria LaRosa Matt Lauer Siani Lee Don Lemon M Monica Malpass Chris Matthews Larry Mendte Andrea Mitchell SallyAnn Mosey N Stu Nahan O Jim O'Brien (reporter) Matt O'Donnell (journalist) P Gary Papa

  3. Category:Philadelphia television reporters - Wikipedia

    Jim Gardner (broadcaster) Max Gomez H Marc Howard (news anchor) Edie Huggins Walt Hunter L Tim Lake Maria LaRosa Siani Lee Valerie Levesque M Robin Mackintosh Monica Malpass SallyAnn Mosey O Jim O'Brien (reporter) Vernon Odom Matt O'Donnell (journalist) P Gary Papa Walter Perez (reporter) Malcolm Poindexter R Beasley Reece

  4. WCAU - Wikipedia

    In 1946, the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin secured a construction permit for channel 10, [1] naming its proposed station WPEN-TV after the newspaper's WPEN radio stations (950 AM, now WKDN, and 98.1 FM, later WCAU-FM and now WOGL ). The picture changed dramatically in 1947, when The Philadelphia Record folded.

  5. List of Philadelphia Flyers broadcasters - Wikipedia

    Stu Nahan & Gene Hart (1967–1968) Hugh Gannon (1968–1971) Gene Hart & Don Earle (1971–1977) Ralph Lawler (1976–77) [4] Gene Hart (1977–1992) Mike Emrick (1992–1993) Jim Jackson (1993–1995) Steve Carroll (1995–1996) John Wiedeman (1996–1997) Tim Saunders (1997–present) Stu Nahan usually did play-by-play on West Coast games. Color commentary [ edit]

  6. Keith Jones (broadcaster) - Wikipedia

    Keith Jones is a nine-time Emmy Award and three-time Edward R. Murrow Award winning News Anchor, Host, and Reporter for WCAU in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since July 2012. He anchors NBC10 News Today, which airs Monday through Friday from 4 to 7am, and co-hosts The Lineup on Apple TV and Roku. He also files reports for NBC News. Contents

  7. The Philadelphia Inquirer - Wikipedia

    On June 29, 2006, The Inquirer and Daily News were sold to Philadelphia Media Holdings LLC (PMH), a group of Philadelphian area business people, including Brian P. Tierney, PMH's chief executive. The new owners planned to spend US$5 million on advertisements and promotions to increase The Inquirer 's profile and readership. [28]

  8. Renee Chenault-Fattah - Wikipedia

    Renee Chenault-Fattah Renee Chenault-Fattah (born October 12, 1957) is an American journalist and former co-anchor of the WCAU NBC 10 News at 4 and 6 p.m. on weeknights in Philadelphia. [3] She is married to former U.S. Congressman Chaka Fattah of the 2nd Congressional District of Pennsylvania . Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early life and education

  9. Jerry Penacoli - Wikipedia

    He was an evening news anchor for the Philadelphia TV station KYW-TV (an NBC affiliate at the time), from the mid-1980s until he moved to New York City in 1990, and also did double duty during his final two years at KYW as host of their local talk show People Are Talking. He later relocated to Hollywood in 1992.