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  2. 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

  3. Category:Television anchors from Philadelphia - Wikipedia

    Jim O'Brien (reporter) Matt O'Donnell (journalist) P Gary Papa Ralph Penza Walter Perez (reporter) Dave Price R Beasley Reece Jane Robelot Dave Roberts (broadcaster) S Jessica Savitch Michael Smerconish Tom Snyder Dawn Stensland-Mendte Dick Stockton Mary Stoker Smith T Jake Tapper Lisa Thomas-Laury Cecily Tynan U David Ushery W Ukee Washington

  4. 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).

  5. List of Philadelphia Union broadcasters - Wikipedia

    Peter Pappas (fired July 19) [2] Janusz Michallik (after Pappas fired) [3] Matt Kassel, Tommy Smyth (fill-in) Heather Mitts. 2015 [4] 6abc. Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. The Comcast Network. Live Well Network.

  6. KTVK - Wikipedia

    The station frequently attempted to lure personalities from competing stations, with mixed results: Mary Jo West, the first female anchor in Phoenix at KOOL/KTSP, returned from a job at CBS News in 1983, but channel 3 was unsuccessful in hiring anchors from KPNX. West left in the summer of 1986.

  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. Edie Huggins - Wikipedia

    Edie Huggins (August 14, 1935 – July 29, 2008) was an American television reporter, journalist and broadcaster. In 1966, Huggins became one of the first African American women to report on television in Philadelphia, remaining a fixture on WCAU-TV for 42 years; the longest consecutive television run of any Philadelphia TV news reporter in history.