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The channel 3 facility in Philadelphia is Pennsylvania's oldest television station. It began in 1932 as W3XE, an experimental station owned by Philadelphia's Philco Corporation, at the time and for some decades to come one of the world's largest manufacturers of radio and television sets.
WKBS-TV, UHF analog channel 48, was an independent television station licensed to Burlington, New Jersey, United States, which served the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania television market. The station broadcast from 1965 to 1983. Contents 1 History 1.1 News operation 1.2 Closure 2 Epilogue 3 Out of market cable carriage 4 On-air staff
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.
Lighthouse TV Philadelphia: 3 30 KYW-TV: CBS: Start TV on 3.2 Dabl on 3.3 Fave TV on 3.4 6 6 WPVI-TV: ABC: Localish on 6.2, Laff on 6.3 10 28 WCAU: NBC: Cozi TV on 10 ...
Founded on June 1, 1829, The Philadelphia Inquirer is the third-oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States. However, in 1962, an Inquirer -commissioned historian traced The Inquirer to John Dunlap 's The Pennsylvania Packet, which was founded on October 28, 1771.
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 may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). A Martin Agronsky Diane Allen B Susan Barnett Natasha Brown C Bill Campbell (sportscaster)