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This is a listing of current and former Philadelphia television news anchors. Pages in category "Television anchors from Philadelphia" The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total.
This list is for past or present reporters in the broadcasting market of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Pages in category "Philadelphia television reporters" The following 43 pages are in this category, out of 43 total.
WCAU (channel 10) is a television station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, airing programming from the NBC network. It is owned and operated by the network's NBC Owned Television Stations division alongside Mount Laurel, New Jersey–licensed Telemundo outlet WWSI (channel 62); it is also sister to regional sports network NBC Sports Philadelphia.
Flyers games are broadcast by NBC Sports Philadelphia (formerly Comcast SportsNet), NBC Sports Philadelphia Plus (formerly Comcast Network) and NBC 10. The 2007–08 season was the first season for CN8, which was later rebranded as the Comcast Network. Play-by-Play. Stu Nahan & Gene Hart (1967–1968) Stu Nahan (1968–1971)
List of Philadelphia Phillies broadcasters Richie Ashburn, Hall of Fame center fielder for the Phillies and color commentator from 1963-1997 Scott Franzke, Phillies radio play-by-play announcer from 2006-present Harry Kalas, Phillies play-by-play announcer from 1971–2009 Tom McCarthy, Phillies play-by-play announcer from 2004-2005 and 2009-present
Leon Bass (1925–2015), educator, principal of Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin High School. Aaron T. Beck (1921–2021), psychiatrist, inventor of cognitive therapy, professor at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Algernon Sydney Biddle (1847–1891), lawyer, law professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
José Díaz-Balart, Telemundo. Lou Dobbs, Fox Business, formerly CNN. Sam Donaldson, ABC News. Hugh Downs (deceased), ABC News 20/20, formerly at NBC News. Maurice DuBois, WCBS-TV. Douglas Edwards (deceased), CBS News, 1950s. Josh Elliott, CBS News, NBC Sports, ABC 's Good Morning America, co-anchor of ESPNEWS.