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  2. WPVI-TV - Wikipedia

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    Channel 6 was the first station to sign on from the Roxborough neighborhood. It originally transmitted from a 600-foot (183 m) tower, but in 1957, it moved to a new 1,100-foot (335 m) tower, which it co-owned with NBC -owned WRCV-TV (channel 3, now CBS owned-and-operated station KYW-TV). [7]

  3. List of television stations in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Area served City of license VC RF Callsign Network Notes; Allentown: Philadelphia: 35 9 WPPT: PBS: World on 35.2 : Allentown: 39 9 WLVT-TV: PBS: Create on 39.2, France 24 on 39.3 : Allentown: Bethlehem

  4. WPHL-TV - Wikipedia

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    The station is owned by Nexstar Media Group and has studios in the Wynnefield section of West Philadelphia; it maintains a channel sharing agreement with Vineland, New Jersey –licensed Univision station WUVP-DT (channel 65), under which the two stations transmit using WPHL-TV's spectrum from a tower in the Roxborough antenna farm .

  5. WFIL - Wikipedia

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    WFIL (560 AM) is a radio station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, with a Christian radio format consisting of teaching and talk programs. Owned by Salem Media Group, studios and transmitter facilities are shared with co-owned WNTP (990 AM) in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania .

  6. WPPX-TV - Wikipedia

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    WPPX-TV WPPX-TV (channel 61) is a television station licensed to Wilmington, Delaware, United States, broadcasting the Ion Television network to the Philadelphia area.

  7. Jim O'Brien (reporter) - Wikipedia

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    James Franklin Oldham, better known as Jim O'Brien (November 20, 1939 – September 25, 1983), was an American newscaster. Biography He was born in Galveston in 1939. He married Sandra Jo Hauck in a small ceremony in Texas.

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