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RE: [RE: A Providence TV Question.]
Another little side,
WWLP has been a NBC affiliate for one of the longest spans of any NBC
affiliate in the country. Also WWLP is one of the few stations which has
kept the original call letters inwhich it signed on with.
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> On 15 Jun 2000, Michael Fitzpatrick wrote:
> > for a few months, WWLP-TV was the second station that was
> viewable in the
> > Hartford market (originally on Channel 61), a few months before
> channel 30
> > signed on. AND to make it even more interesting, WWLP signed on as a NBC
> > affiliate.
> Which it still is.
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