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WWOR Replacing Evening Newscast With Show on New Jersey Politics, Issues - Posted July 3, 2013
WWOR, the Fox-owned MyNetworkTV affiliate serving the New York market, is canceling its 10 p.m. newscast and replacing it with "Chasing New Jersey," a 30-minute program focused on "issues driving conversations" in the state. WWOR, which is licensed to and based in Secaucus, N.J.,... [SocialTimes.com]

WWOR Replacing Evening Newscast With Show on New Jersey Politics, Issues - Posted July 3, 2013
WWOR, the Fox-owned MyNetworkTV affiliate serving the New York market, is canceling its 10 p.m. newscast and replacing it with "Chasing New Jersey," a 30-minute program focused on "issues driving conversations" in the state. WWOR, which is licensed to and based in Secaucus, N.J.,... [TVSpy]

Iain Page Joins WTXF in Philadelphia - Posted February 6, 2013
After two years at KPRC in Houston, Iain Page is joining WTXF in Philadelphia. Beginning February 18, Page will join the Fox O&... [TVSpy]

WTXF Taps Fox Veteran Jim Driscoll as News Director - Posted December 11, 2012
Philadelphia Fox O&O WTXF has tapped Jim Driscoll as its next news director. Driscoll has spent the last five and a half years working as news director of ... [TVSpy]

WCAU GM Dennis Bianchi Joining Rival WTXF - Posted January 19, 2012
Dennis Bianchi, the general manager at Philadelphia NBC O&O WCAU, will join rival WTXF, the Fox O&O,... [TVSpy]

WCAU Adds Another Hour of News to Lineup - Posted July 21, 2011
Philadelphia's WCAU is expanding their fall lineup to include an extra hour of news during their morning broadcasts, the station announced today. The NBC O&O will add two half-hours of news a day: one at 4:30 a.m. and one at 11 a.m. The 11 a.m. show will aim to kee... [TVSpy]

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