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[24] On September 12, 2011, WCAU expanded its weekday morning newscast to 4:30 a.m., along with the launch of a new midday newscast at 11 a.m., and the reduction of The 10!

Monique Braxton(7/2000) "+"--\n"); Ultimately, CBS decided to affiliate with channel 3 and sell channel 10, ending a 47-year relationship (including 37 years of ownership) with the station. [15] After several weeks of off-air tests, WCAU and WWSI officially moved all on-air operations to the new facility on October 21, 2018. WCAU has free-to-air rights to the Philadelphia Flyers hockey games beginning with the 2017–18 season with NBC Sports Philadelphia; currently, these Flyers games are also broadcast nationally on the station through its broadcast package of the National Hockey League.

"[citation needed] In Monmouth County, WCAU is carried on Optimum Monmouth and Monmouth/Wall. WCAU, virtual channel 10 (UHF digital channel 28), is an NBC owned-and-operated television station licensed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

The station then remained a strong second until the 1970s, when WPVI-TV's Action News bumped channel 10 down to third place. Mike Strug(1995) Denise Nakano(7/2003) New World found the chance to give Fox a VHF station in the nation's fourth-largest market too much to resist. Sikahema and Davidson's last day anchoring the broadcast was on September 17, 2020, with Jones and Coleman taking over the next day.

Amber Rupinta(9/2001) The station's news operation was the ratings leader in Philadelphia for most of the time from the late 1940s until the 1960s, when it was surpassed by KYW-TV's Eyewitness News.

Our audience knows them and likes them and trusts them.”. Sheela Allen-Stephens(1977)

It is available from Comcast in select towns in southern Middlesex County, on digital channel 253, being moved there in December 2007 from analog channel 10 to "preserve bandwidth.

Thank you for signing up to Broadcasting & Cable. WCAU-TV went on the air March 1, 1948 as Philadelphia's third television station with an initial test pattern on Channel 10. You will receive a verification email shortly.

In 1965, channel 10 introduced the "Big News" format from Los Angeles sister station KNXT (now KCBS-TV). The Bulletin kept its FM station, renaming it WCAU-FM to match its new AM sister. In January 2011, the Philadelphia-based cable and media company Comcast acquired a 51% majority stake in WCAU's parent company, by then known as NBC Universal, which effectively makes the station locally owned. The Levy brothers were shareholders and directors at CBS for many years. As of September 2019, syndicated programming broadcast on WCAU including Access Hollywood, The Kelly Clarkson Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Erin Coleman and Keith Jones move into the weekday morning slot, anchoring NBC10 News Today from 4 to 7 a.m. Coleman and Jones will also anchor at 11 a.m. Tracy Davidson and Vai Sikahema are moving off the morning newscast.

After the sale closed, NBC changed the newscast name to News 10, it became NBC 10 News in 2000. During its run as a CBS station, all 76ers games that were broadcast as part of that network's NBA broadcast contract from 1973 to 1990 aired on channel 10, including the team's victory in the 1983 NBA Finals. The station is owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations subsidiary of NBCUniversal, as part of a duopoly with Mount Laurel, New Jersey-licensed Telemundo owned-and-operated station WWSI (channel 62); NBCUniversal, a subsidiary of locally based media firm Comcast, owns both networks, along with regional sports network NBC Sports Philadelphia. Although the radio stations had dropped the WCAU calls some years before, NBC dropped the -TV suffix from channel 10's callsign soon after it assumed control.

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Comcast and Blue Ridge Communications also carry WCAU in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Also in 1957, the Bulletin formed a limited partnership with the Megargee family, owner of CBS affiliate WGBI-TV (channel 22) in Scranton.

The logo was also simplified to remove the redundant "NBC" text and streamline the NBC Peacock and the "10" numeral together more closely, as had been done with sister station WBTS-LD's new "10" logo upon their numerical rebranding to "NBC 10 Boston" at the start of 2018. Westinghouse converted all three of those stations into CBS affiliates. On February 17, 2020, WCAU added a half-hour 7 p.m. newscast on weekdays.

To make the deal for WCAU an even trade, NBC transferred KCNC-TV in Denver and KUTV in Salt Lake City (a station that NBC had only acquired earlier that year) to CBS in exchange; additionally, the NBC and CBS stations in Miami traded broadcasting facilities, with CBS moving to the stronger of the two signals. Since 2003, WCAU has had to fend off a spirited challenge from a resurgent KYW-TV for second place in the Philadelphia ratings; Channel 3's resurgence was fueled in part by luring Mendte away from channel 10. On December 6, 2011, the station announced a partnership with public broadcasting stations WHYY-FM-TV as part of a larger effort by NBCUniversal to partner with nonprofit news organizations following its acquisition by Comcast. oocities.com

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On January 2, 2014, Comcast and the Philadelphia Phillies announced a 25-year, $2.5 billion TV contract, including WCAU and Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia (now NBC Sports Philadelphia); although it averaged $100 million a year, it was structured to begin below the average and end above it. Channel 10 did, however, run an hour of Saturday morning cartoons during the 7 a.m. hour on a one-week delay in order to run the hour-long locally produced children's program, The Gene London Show, which ended in 1977. Both start in the new roles Sept. 21. The television industry's top news stories, analysis and blogs of the day. The Bulletin could not afford to get a waiver to keep both stations, so it opted to keep its stake in WDAU-TV and sell the WCAU stations to CBS. New York, On July 11, 2016 beginning with the 4:00 p.m. newscast, WCAU became the seventh NBC-owned station to begin using ArtWorks' "Look N" graphics package following WNBC (New York City), WTVJ (Miami), WVIT (Hartford), KXAS-TV (Dallas/Fort Worth), WMAQ-TV (Chicago); WRC-TV (Washington, D.C.) began using the package in June. In February 2020, WCAU announced a content partnership with Philadelphia-based company Entercom Communications and its AM radio station KYW-AM along with its sister stations WIP-FM, WTDY-FM, WOGL-FM, WPHT-AM and WBEB-FM for use of WCAU's on-air talent on the radio stations; it is the second station partnership between Entercom and NBC (following KXAS-TV and KRLD in Dallas beginning in 2018).


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