ABC 2 (WMAR)
Offices: Baltimore, Maryland
In 1947 WMAR-TV came on the air. It is Maryland's
first commercial television station and
the 11th in the nation. The station was
the site of many technological breakthroughs.
It has also had a noteworthy staff, including
Janet Covington, the first woman director
(1948). WMAR is involved with numerous public
service activities and donates air time
each summer to the John's Hopkins Miracle
Network Telethon. It is an affiliate of
ABC 4 (KTVX)
Offices: Salt Lake City, Utah
ABC 4 is the ABC affiliate for the Salt
Lake City market and is owned by Clear Channel
Communications. KTVX provides equal employment
opportunity to all qualified individuals
without regard to their race, color, religion,
national origin, sex, age, disability, or
any other characteristic protected by law.
Their employees are highly creative, excellent
writers and possess the ability to work
quickly under pressure. They are also very
organized and flexible.
ABC 6 (WLNE)
Offices: Providence, Rhode Island
Founded in 1963. Acquired by Freedom Communications
in 1983.ABC6 strives every day to be relevant
to the lives of those who reside in Southern
New England. With innovative programming,
strong community involvement, and a commitment
to providing clear, unbiased and accurate
information, ABC6 upholds the core values
of the Freedom family. Their corporate philosophy
of local decision-making allows them to
take action quickly and appropriately in
response to local needs-whether in news
or community service.
ABC 6 (WSYX)
Offices: Columbus, Ohio
ABC 6 is the ABC affiliate for the Columbus
market and is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast
Group. ABC 6 is a combination station with
its sister Fox 28 (WTTE). They have skilled
reporters and producers who can put together
well written and visually compelling newscasts.
The goal of their internship program is
to recruit candidates, primarily juniors
and seniors, from colleges and prepare them
for entry-level jobs within the broadcast
ABC 7 (KABC)
Offices: Los Angeles, California
ABC 7 is the ABC affiliate for the Los Angeles
market and is owned and operated by Disney/ABC.
KABC-TV is an equal opportunity employer.
Their reporters are very experienced and
have excellent writing and live presentation
skills. their news team is highly skilled
and qualified, easily able to deal with
breaking news and harsh deadlines. All have
excellent writing abilities and thrive under
ABC 7 (KGO)
Offices: San Francisco, California
KGO-TV in San Francisco is the ABC-owned
television station serving San Francisco,
San Jose, Oakland and all of Northern California.
KGO-TV began its broadcasting operations
on May 5, 1949. The station became the second
station on the air in Northern California.
Today, KGO-TV's signal reaches as far north
as Geyserville and as far south as Watsonville,
a 75 mile radius. It employs approximately
250 people and has continued through the
years to produce quality local programming
recognized throughout the broadcast industry
and having an exceptional impact in Northern
ABC 7 (KVIA)
Offices: El Paso, Texas
KILT-TV 13 (now KVIA) signed on the air
in a facility in south central El Paso on
September 1, 1956. On July 10, 1981 they
became KVIA Channel 7. KVIA maintains a
partnership agreement with the El Paso Times.
This arrangement provides for daily live
interviews with Times reporters during ABC
7 newscasts and ABC 7 meteorologists providing
the Times readers with daily weather forecasts.
ABC 7 and the Times have participated in
several landmark polling, reporting and
town hall projects.
ABC 7 (WABC)
Offices: New York, New York
WABC-TV is licensed in New York City to
ABC7. It began operating on August 10, 1948,
and celebrated its fiftieth anniversary
in 1998. ABC7 is owned by the American Broadcasting
Company. Over a four-week period, WABC-TV
will be viewed in over 6.4 million TV households.
There are over 5.1 million cable TV households
within the New York DMA, representing 75%
of the market's total TV households. WABC-TV
is carried on every cable system serving
the New York DMA. They offer a diverse mix
of programs: live local and national news,
talk/variety and game shows, soap operas,
information and entertainment, sports, movies,
children's and public affairs.
ABC 7 Chicago (WLS)
Offices: Chicago, Illinois
ABC7 is the Disney/ABC-owned station in
Chicago, the third largest market in the
country. ABC7 also broadcasts the leading
programs in national syndication. ABC7 has
also lead the local television community
in producing special event programs. Public
service campaigns take a major role on ABC7,
focusing on issues and concerns to Chicago
area viewers. Experimental television station
W9XBK began operation in the fall of 1939,
as the first television station in Chicago
and the third in America. In August 1943,
W9XBK obtained a commercial license from
ABC 9 (WCPO)
Offices: Cincinnati, Ohio
WCPO is considered a pioneer of local live
television. Its call letters were originally
assigned to a Scripps radio station in Cincinnati
to designate its relationship with The Cincinnati
Post. The station adopted the letters in
1949 when it went on the air as the company's
third television station. WCPO went online
in August 1996, was the first Cincinnati
entity to have updated news over the Internet,
and the only Cincinnati station which streams
and archives all of its newscasts.
ABC 11 (WTVD)
WTVD was the Triangle's first TV station
when it signed on in 1954. It was 1957 when
WTVD was sold to Capital Cities Communications
and became the second TV station in the
group. In the late 60's, WTVD switched its
affiliation from NBC to CBS and it again
moved to ABC in 1996. As a dominant station
in market, the ABC 11 Eyewitness News team
maintains its commitment to bringing viewers
more local news.
ABC 13 (KTRK)
Offices: Houston, Texas
ABC 13 is the ABC affiliate for the Houston
market and is owned and operated by Disney/ABC.
Over the years, KTRK-TV has grown to the
most watched station in the Houston area.
Channel 13 began broadcasting on November
20, 1954. their reporters can enterprise
good, hard news stories, and respond well
to breaking and spot news. Their reporters
also have strong writing abilities.