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In 1924, personnel from the YMCA were involved in the first broadcast of a daily exercise program on Chicago's (now Philadelphia's) KYW radio ("A brief history," 2003; Sterling & Kittross, 2002).
On January 22, television station KYW in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, reported that "a North Philadelphia store owner has shot and killed a man he says shot a store employee during all armed robbery attempt." According to police, "the suspect walked into the B&S grocery store ...
That same year, the first black dance band to broadcast locally was Clarence Jones and his Wonder Orchestra, which was heard on KYW, a Westinghouse station.
Sponsoring or co-sponsoring other events and activities are WCAU-TV, KYW TV-Radio, the Courier Post in Cherry Hill, N.J., The Times Herald in Norristown, and Bucks County Courier Times.
The 6:15 PM news announcements the next evening on station KYW in Philadelphia stated, "at 8:30 last night, a weird robot capable of juggling page-long equations with amazing dexterity, and even operating alphabetically, passed along that word that the chances were 100 to 1 that Eisenhower would win!
A Philadelphia native and graduate of Temple University, Baskerville co-hosted a morning talk show with Maury Povich on KYW (then the NBC-owned station in Philadelphia), and worked as weather anchor on "CBS This Morning" in New York before joining CBS 2 here as weekend weatherman in 1987.
Reportedly, this agreement includes retransmission consent for CBS owned stations on DISH in New York (WCBS and WLNY), Los Angeles (KCBS and KCAL), San Francisco (KPIX and KBCW), Dallas (KTVT and KTXA), Denver (KCNC), Boston (WBZ and WSBK), Chicago (WBBM), Pittsburgh (KDKA and WPCW), Atlanta (WUPA), Baltimore (WJZ), Detroit (WWJ and WKBD), Miami (WFOR and WBFS), Minneapolis (WCCO), Philadelphia (KYW and WPSG), Sacramento (KOVR and KMAX), Seattle (KSTW) and Tampa (WTOG).
• Late night host “Big” Wilson purchasing a wild wallaby to live on his yacht and serve as KYW TV's mascot (because he couldn't get a kangaroo)
slot he's held at CBS-owned KYW since 1994 will go to Marc Howard, a 25-year veteran of competitor WPVI.
On the marketing side, Metro struck a promotional alliance with local CBS-TV affiliate KYW. Some of the publicity has been unexpected, though no less unwelcome.
The homecoming opportunity was a surprise for May, who found himself a "news anchor on sabbatical" after a KYW personnel move that also led to the departure of colleagues Beasley Reece, the former NFL star, and chief meteorologist Kathy Orr in June 2015.