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  2. KYW (AM) - Wikipedia

    KYW radio ended its longtime partnership with KYW-TV on February 10, 2020, and began broadcasting traffic, news, and weather information from NBC-owned WCAU (channel 10, the city's former CBS affiliate until it swapped affiliations with KYW-TV 1995). The change coincided with KYW radio's move from the CBS Broadcast Center (which continues to ...

  3. KYW-TV - Wikipedia

    KYW-TV (channel 3) is a television station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, airing programming from the CBS network. It is owned and operated by the network's CBS News and Stations division alongside CW outlet WPSG (channel 57).

  4. Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia) - Wikipedia

    Prior to its construction, the proposed arena was tentatively called "Spectrum II". The Wells Fargo Center was originally named for CoreStates Financial Corporation, which agreed to pay $40 million over 21 years for the naming rights, with additional terms to be settled later for an additional eight-year period at the end of the contract.

  5. WCAU - Wikipedia

    The station's news operation was the ratings leader in Philadelphia for most of the time from the late 1940s until the 1960s, when it was surpassed by KYW-TV's Eyewitness News. The station then remained a strong second until the 1970s, when WPVI-TV's Action News bumped channel 10 down to third place. WCAU struggled through the late 1970s while ...

  6. WPPT (TV) - Wikipedia

    WPPT, virtual channel 35 (VHF digital channel 9), is a Public Broadcasting Service member television station licensed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.Owned by the Lehigh Valley Public Telecommunications Corporation, it is a sister station to Allentown-licensed fellow PBS member WLVT-TV (channel 39).

  7. Spectrum (arena) - Wikipedia

    The Spectrum (later known as CoreStates Spectrum, First Union Spectrum and Wachovia Spectrum) was an indoor arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.Opened in September 1967 as part of what is now known as the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, after several expansions of its seating capacity it accommodated 18,168 for basketball and 17,380 for ice hockey, arena football, indoor ...

  8. Philadelphia Phillies - Wikipedia

    Because of the numerous veterans on the 1983 team, Philadelphia Daily News sportswriter Stan Hochman gave them the nickname, the "Wheeze Kids". In 1984 the team finished fourth in the NL East with a record of 81–81. Mike Schmidt still remained a dominant force on the team by leading the National League in both home runs and runs batted in.

  9. Hallmark Channel (international) - Wikipedia

    Hallmark Channel, formerly Hallmark Entertainment Network, in international markets was owned by several media companies. Over their history, the various channels were operated by Hallmark Entertainment Networks, Inc. (1995–2005), Sparrowhawk Media, Limited (2005–2007) and Universal Networks International (2007–2011).