WJZ


WJZ
TV-13, Baltimore, Maryland (Community » TV Stations)

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  • WJZ — may refer to:*WJZ TV, a television station (channel 13 analog/38 digital) licensed to Baltimore, Maryland, United States *WABC (AM), a radio station (770 AM) licensed to New York, New York, United States, which used the call sign WJZ from 1921 to …   Wikipedia

  • WJZ-TV — Création 2 novembre 1948 Propriétaire CBS Corporation Langue anglais Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • WJZ-TV — This article is about the television station in Baltimore, Maryland. For the former WJZ TV located in New York City, see WABC TV. Infobox Broadcast call letters = WJZ TV station station slogan = Maryland s News Station; Complete Coverage station… …   Wikipedia

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  • WABC (AM) — Infobox Radio station name = WABC city = New York City area = New York City area branding = NewsTalkRadio 77 WABC slogan = Breaking News, Stimulating Talk. airdate = October 1, 1921 frequency = 770 kHz HD Radio format = News/Talk power = 50,000… …   Wikipedia

  • WABC (AM) — WABC Localización Nueva York,  Estados Unidos Área de radiodifusión Área metropolitana de Nueva York …   Wikipedia Español

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  • Marty Bass — is a television news reporter and weather man for CBS affiliate WJZ 13 in Baltimore, Maryland. Noted for his strong accent and ebullient personality, Bass is a twenty five year veteran at WJZ and is the co host of the Baltimore market s #1 rated… …   Wikipedia

  • Al Sanders — Infobox journalist name = Al Sanders birthname = Albert Gay birth date = March 13, 1941 birth place = St. Louis, Missouri age = death date = death date and age|1995|05|05|1941|03|13 death place = Baltimore, Maryland occupation = anchorman alias …   Wikipedia

  • Westinghouse Broadcasting — was formed in the 1920s as Westinghouse Radio Stations, Inc. It was renamed Westinghouse Broadcasting in 1954, and adopted the Group W moniker in 1963. It was a self contained entity within the Westinghouse corporate structure, and while the… …   Wikipedia