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  2. KYW-TV - Wikipedia

    Channel 3's newscasts, anchored by Vince Leonard starting in 1958 (during its stint as NBC-owned WRCV-TV), had long been second behind WCAU-TV, but the new format catapulted KYW-TV to first place. Also seen on the air during that time were future talk show host Tom Snyder and Marciarose Shestack.

  3. Category:Philadelphia television reporters - Wikipedia

    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 Dave Roberts (broadcaster) S Jessica Savitch Vai Sikahema

  4. 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 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 Ralph Penza

  5. Trudy Haynes - Wikipedia

    Gertrude Haynes (née Daniels; November 23, 1926 – June 7, 2022 [1]) was an American news reporter. She became the nation's first African American TV weather reporter when she was hired by WXYZ-TV in Detroit in 1963. [2]

  6. Brandon Lee Rudat - Wikipedia

    On January 29, 2014, he joined KTVK 3 (3TV), based in Phoenix as an anchor of the show Good Evening Arizona. In Phoenix he's known as Brandon Lee. He co-anchored the 6:30 p.m.and 10:00 p.m. news broadcasts on Phoenix-based Arizona Family channels KTVK (3TV) and KPHO (CBS5), with Yetta Gibson.

  7. Jerry Penacoli - Wikipedia

    Before going national, Penacoli served as a newscaster and talk show host in several markets starting in Jacksonville, Florida, then WTVJ in Miami, where Jerry served as host of PM Magazine in the early 1980s, and then Philadelphia. He was an evening news anchor for the Philadelphia TV station KYW-TV (an NBC affiliate at the time), from the mid ...

  8. Marc Howard (news anchor) - Wikipedia

    Television news anchor. Marc Howard (born February 13, 1937) is a retired longtime Philadelphia news anchor. He last anchored at KYW-TV beginning in 2003 when he fronted the late newscasts, but soon only anchored the 4 p.m. news. Howard's television career began at WFMJ-TV in Youngstown, Ohio. One of Howard's duties was hosting a late afternoon ...