WWF/WWWF Championship Wrestling (1978 - 1986)
This was the WWF/WWWF's first,nationally,syndicated wrestling program.Hosted by Vince McMahon and Bruno Sammartino(later Pat Patterson,then Gene Okerlund),the show ran from 1978-1986.It was replaced by WWF"Superstars".
WWF Mania (1993 - 1996)
WWF Wrestling Challenge (1986 - 1996)
Wrestling Challenge was the "B" show of the WWF's syndicated programming, behind WWF Superstars of Wrestling. The show was typical of televised wrestling fare of the era: Matches pitting top tier and mid-level talent vs. jobbers; pre-taped interviews with the WWF's roster of superstars; and promos f...
WWL-TV Newscasts (1957 - Current)
WWL-TV Channel 4. Louisiana's News Leader...and New Orleans' top-rated CBS station. Channel 4 began its Eyewitness News format in 1968; it's currently the longest-running continuous television news package in the history of The Big Easy.
WWOR-TV Newscasts (1971 - 2013)
For 42 years, WWOR-TV Channel 9 had it's news department. In 1971, the station was the first in the New York City market to launch a midday newscast, which was called the News at Noon. In 1983, following the station's move to Secaucus, New Jersey, Channel 9 launched a nightly 8 p.m. newscast calle...
WXYZ-TV Newscasts (1948 - Current)
WXYZ-TV in Detroit presently broadcasts 40 hours of locally produced newscasts each week. The news department of WXYZ-TV has been a longtime dominance of TV news in Detroit partly due to the popularity of long-time lead news anchor Bill Bonds, and it started as a small operation but it would gain c...