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  2. Golf Channel - Wikipedia

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    NBC Sports personalities could now appear on Golf Channel, and former NBC Sports senior vice president Mike McCarley took over as the network's new head. The network also adopted an amended logo featuring the NBC peacock. In December 2013, Golf Channel unveiled a new logo, implemented in May 2014 to coincide with the 2014 Players Championship.

  3. WABC-TV - Wikipedia

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    WABC-TV (channel 7) is a television station in New York City, serving as the flagship of the ABC network. Owned and operated by the network's ABC Owned Television Stations division, the station maintains studios in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Manhattan, adjacent to ABC's corporate headquarters; its transmitter is located at the Empire State Building.

  4. WXIA-TV - Wikipedia

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    History. What is known today as WXIA-TV originally signed on the air September 30, 1951, at 5 p.m., as WLTV on VHF channel 8. It was the first full time ABC affiliate for Atlanta, taking it over from WSB-TV and WAGA-TV (channel 5), both originally primary NBC and CBS affiliates respectively that previously shared ABC programming as a secondary affiliation.

  5. CNBC - Wikipedia

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    CNBC (formerly Consumer News and Business Channel) is an American basic cable business news channel.It provides business news programming on weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Eastern Time, while broadcasting talk shows, investigative reports, documentaries, infomercials, reality shows, and other programs at all other times.

  6. WDCA - Wikipedia

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    WDCA-TV signed on as an independent station on April 20, 1966; it was originally owned by the Capitol Broadcasting Corporation. Channel 20 was Washington's third independent station, nearly 20 years younger than its future sister station WTTG, which had been founded as a DuMont affiliate, and after WOOK-TV, the nation's first African American-oriented television station.

  7. Tom Marr - Wikipedia

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    In 1971, Marr broadcast the play-by-play for six Orioles exhibition games against Japanese baseball teams as part of a goodwill trip to Japan. While serving as WFBR's news director and morning drive-time news anchor, Marr also spent 3 years from 1976 to 1979 as the weekend sports anchor on Baltimore's WMAR-TV (Channel 2).