They have two children. ... Phyllis George was born on June 25, 1949 in Denton, Texas, USA as Phyllis Ann George. It also became the second station in the market to use a news helicopter as well as the first to air a newscast in drive time. Gayle King was born on December 28, 1954 in Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA. She was previously married to Benjamin C. Bradlee. She has been married to Richard M. Cohen since June 14, 1986. In an effort to become more competitive with dominant WNEP, WYOU and WBRE instituted a major shakeup in format in the fall of 2006. In the early 1980s, channel 22 strengthened its hand when it brought in Gary Essex, longtime anchorman at WNEP, and teamed him with popular anchorwoman Debbie Dunleavy. She has been married to Mario De Carvalho since January 10, 1998. Channel 22's ratings plummeted and would never recover; it has spent most of the new millennium as one of CBS' weakest affiliates—a far cry from the days when it was one of the network's strongest affiliates. Just across the Delaware River along the Pennsylvania–New York State border, WYOU is carried on Charter Spectrum in Port Jervis, New York, located in Orange County. Syndicated programming aired in place of the newscasts for just under three years. WYOU and WBRE's midday shows switched anchors. Lesley Stahl was born on December 16, 1941 in Lynn, Massachusetts, USA as Lesley Rene Stahl. WYOU, virtual channel 22 (VHF digital channel 12), is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States and also serving Wilkes-Barre.The station is owned by Mission Broadcasting; Nexstar Media Group, which owns Wilkes-Barre-licensed NBC affiliate WBRE-TV (channel 28), operates WYOU under a shared services agreement (SSA). During the 1950s and 1960s, mirroring the longstanding rivalry between Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, WDAU dominated Scranton while WBRE ruled Wilkes-Barre. WYOU generally did a traditional newscast whenever WBRE had programming that bumped its news back by a significant amount of time. They have two children. During the 1950s and 1960s, mirroring the longstanding rivalry between Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, WDAU dominated Scranton while WBRE ruled Wilkes-Barre. She was previously married to Michael Rodriguez. Even with new ownership, WDAU continued to rebroadcast WCBS' signal for network programming until the 1970s, when complaints about the poor quality of color network programming led it to buy a network feed. WYOU's transmitter is located at the Penobscot Knob antenna farm near Mountain Top. She is an actress, known for Walker, Texas Ranger (1993), Strange Inheritance (2015) and Sweet Retreats (2013). Both programs were discontinued at the start of 2008, with WYOU replacing Pennsylvania Morning with the 6 o'clock hour of the nationally syndicated morning show, The Daily Buzz, and returning to airing its own noon newscast. As a result, WDAU severed all remaining ties to the WGBI radio stations (which were retained by the Megargee family until the early 1990s; the stations have since changed their call signs and were eventually acquired by their current owner Entercom). The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruled that there was so much signal overlap between the two stations that they were effectively a duopoly. She is an actress, known for Man of the Year (2006), The Powers That Be (1992) and Murphy Brown (1988). The switchover was a delicate process requiring tight coordination between engineers stationed around the clock at the transmitter site and directors at the studios since no one there could see the WCBS feed. Even luring away another former popular WNEP anchorman, Frank Andrews, did not help the cause. ‘Tis ringing down the streetAnd the archways and the pavementBear the clang of hurrying feet.News of battle. There was no weekend sports anchor on WYOU. Nexstar was precluded from acquiring WNEP directly or indirectly, as FCC regulations prohibit common ownership of more than two stations in the same media market, or two or more of the four highest-rated stations in the market. The station also launched a new weeknight newscast, WYOU News at 7, to compete against WNEP's 7 p.m. newscast. There was no weekend sports anchor on WYOU. This is a similar operation to existing joint news operations formed by Nexstar/Mission stations the year prior, between WUTR and WFXV in Utica, New York, and WTVW and WEHT in Evansville, Indiana. She has also worked as a news anchor on MSNBC for their daytime program Now with Alex Wagner. ... Chen began filling in as news anchor for The CBS Morning News (1987) and This Morning (1988) in June 1999. She died on May 14, 2020 in Lexington, Kentucky... Maria Shriver was born on November 6, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Maria Owings Shriver. You can catch her each weekday from 4:30am to 7am on WBRE and 5am to 7am on WYOU. As a measure of how far WYOU's once-proud news department had fallen, the last Nielsen ratings issued before the shutdown showed its weeknight 11 o'clock newscast only garnered a four percent share. She has been married to Aaron Latham since February 17, 1977. They have two children. Syndicated programming on WYOU includes Entertainment Tonight, Judge Judy, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and Funny You Should Ask. The station saved nearly one million dollars a year from closing down its news department. After carrying Star Trek: Voyager, the station added UPN as a secondary affiliation in June 1995. A 1972 flood ruined the film archive in WBRE's basement. Hiller also debuted as anchor of WYOU’s new First at 4 weekday broadcast, the first 4 p.m. newscast in the market. The secondary set at WBRE's facilities used to produce the newscasts on WYOU was eventually modified to broadcast an afternoon lifestyles show on WBRE called Pa Live. Movies. This was followed at 4:30 by The Insider which moved from its 7 o'clock slot. This was achieved through its coverage of major stories including the Knox Mine Disaster and U.S. Senate hearings on racketeering in the late 1950s. Award-winning journalist, producer and director Hannah Storm is a pioneer in the field of sports broadcasting for women, a published author, an advocate for children suffering from debilitating vascular birthmarks, and most importantly, a mother of three.She joined ESPN in 2008 and now serves as an... Rene Syler was born on February 17, 1963 in Scott AFB, Illinois, USA. She was previously married to Richard Cohen. Candice Kelly, who anchored on the station, moved to the weeknight newscasts on WBRE. After vacating the larger Lackawanna Avenue facility, Nexstar opened a smaller news bureau and sales office next door. May 2008 – May 2016 8 years 1 month. Wind turbines run by the company in the area surrounding Waymart interfere with the reception of full-power television signals. Nexstar announced on April 3, 2009 that WYOU would shut down its news department effective the following day. She says that the lack of warmth at ... Kathleen Sullivan was born on May 17, 1953 in Pasadena, California, USA as Kathleen Mary Sullivan. Gradually, most operations were consolidated at WBRE's studios. Sally Quinn was born on January 7, 1941 in Savannah, Georgia, USA as Sally Sterling Quinn. He left the station in March 2006 to make a successful bid for a seat in the state house where he served under his real name, Frank Andrews Shimkus. Despite its link with one of Northeast Pennsylvania's most prestigious broadcasters (the AM station had been founded in 1925), WGBI-TV operated on a tight budget. At 6 o'clock, Lyndall Stout (who anchored on WBRE) joined Eric Scheiner for the half-hour WYOU Inter@ctive. Nexstar announced on April 3, 2009 that WYOU would shut down its news department effective the following day. She has been married to David Yount since October 15, 2005. She was previously... Diane Sawyer was born on December 22, 1945 in Glasgow, Kentucky, USA as Lila Diana Sawyer. The only idea of wit, or rather that inferior variety of the electric talent which prevails occasionally in the North, and which, under the name of “Wut,” is so infinitely distressing to people of good taste, is laughing immoderately at stated intervals.”—Sydney Smith (1771–1845). Anchors Candice KellyNews Ticker [ June 26, Former WBRE-TV weather girl apologized for racial slur, but that's the problem Capel, who graduated to an anchor position for FOX 8 in Cleveland, kept her promise Kelly Byrne is an American news reporter, journalist and anchor who works for WBRE/WYOU networks in Pennsylvania. The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition VHF channel 13. Viewers were able to call into the station and participate in the discussions. A digital channel 25 translator in Waymart remains operating, as the facility is owned and operated by NextEra Energy Resources. Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert. This was followed at 4:30 by The Insider which moved from its 7 o'clock slot. Aug 2017 – Present 3 years 3 months. They have one child. The station was launched on June 7, 1953 as WGBI-TV. Jane Robelot was born on November 30, 1959 in Greenville, South Carolina, USA. She was joined by newcomer Drew Speier. However, in March 2010, to reduce operating costs, all owned and operated translators were shut down after Nexstar determined that its new VHF digital signal for WYOU was adequate to reach the entire market without the legacy UHF translator locations. This is a similar operation to existing joint news operations formed by Nexstar/Mission stations the year prior, between WUTR and WFXV in Utica, New York, and WTVW and WEHT in Evansville, Indiana. Jane Clayson was born on April 25, 1967 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA as Jane Ann Clayson. Mark Hiller moved from WBRE’s 11 a.m. news to WYOU’s noon broadcast, while Eva Mastromatteo switched over to WBRE at 11. In an effort to become more competitive with dominant WNEP, WYOU and WBRE instituted a major shakeup in format in the fall of 2006. The Associated Press commended the station on its gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Senate hearings and news director Tom Powell was courted by CBS to be a network news anchor. Some have referred to WYOU as the "ugly step-sister," since Nexstar has long favored WBRE over WYOU and was reportedly unwilling to make a significant investment in channel 22's news department. However, the station was in a unique situation since Scranton/Wilkes-Barre was already a "UHF island" before the government mandated digital transition. Jane Wallace is an actress, known for An Empty Bed (1989), The Jane Wallace Show (1989) and Under Scrutiny with Jane Wallace (1994). This was achieved through its coverage of major stories including the Knox Mine Disaster and U.S. Senate hearings on racketeering in the late 1950s. At 6 o'clock, Lyndall Stout (who anchored on WBRE) joined Eric Scheiner for the half-hour WYOU Inter@ctive. As such, on January 31, 2019, Nexstar announced that it would retain WBRE and the SSA for WYOU and sell WNEP to another buyer to address the ownership conflict; it was announced on March 20, 2019 that WNEP would be sold to Tegna Inc. With the upgrade, WBRE began producing half-hour newscasts at noon and 7 p.m. on WYOU, and the station simulcasts WBRE's weekday morning, and nightly 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts (the first such newscasts on WYOU since its in-house news department folded); these newscasts are also broadcast in high definition.