Re Re: WRGB is back!

Doug Drown
Sat Feb 2 10:17:12 EST 2008

Joe, Bob and all:  Go to the main page on the WRGB website and click "News."
You'll get a list.  "WRGB History" can be found there.

As for "CBS6" being in Albany, I think that's used only as the website URL
and as part of the e-mail address.  If memory serves, the station ID before
the 6 PM news gives the location as Schenectady-Albany-Troy.   Doubtless the
Albany moniker is used because Albany is the dominant city and the state
capital, but personally I find it irritating, especially given the attention
they give to the station's history.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert F. Sutherland" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2008 9:50 AM
Subject: Re Re: WRGB is back!

> Joe, I too am unable to find the WRGB history in the site.
> so I sent them a request for the URL, reporting that I am a native of
> WRGB-area,
> and plan to return there soon.   I will copy any reply to the group.
> Bob
> >
> > > BTW, for you history buffs, Freedom Broadcasting has included an
> > > extensive history of WRGB on the site.
> >
> > If they do, the link is well-hidden.  How do I find it?
> >
> > -- 

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