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WESH

WESH
WESH-Channel 2, Orlando's NBC affiliate, began broadcasting on June 11, 1956, and was originally licensed to Daytona Beach. The station's main office is now located next to Interstate 4 in Winter Park. WESH is owned by Hearst Television. Some of the anchors for WESH 2 News are Jim Payne, Martha Sugalski, Jason Guy, Syan Rhodes, Tony Mainolfi, Guy Rawlings, Pat Clarke, Amy Sweezey and Jason Brewer.
WESH-Channel 2, Orlando's NBC affiliate, began broadcasting on June 11, 1956, and was originally licensed to Daytona Beach. The station's main office is now located next to Interstate 4 in Winter Park. WESH is owned by Hearst Television. Some of the anchors for WESH 2 News are Jim Payne, Martha Sugalski, Jason Guy, Syan Rhodes, Tony Mainolfi, Guy Rawlings, Pat Clarke, Amy Sweezey and Jason Brewer. « Show less

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  • If Lance Armstrong cheated, should we forgive and forget?

    If Lance Armstrong cheated, should we forgive and forget?
    The French were right about Iraq, and now they're right about one of our great American heroes, Lance Armstrong.
  • WKMG wins at 11 in January; WFTV edges WESH in early evening

     
    CBS affiliate WKMG-Channel 6 was the big winner at 11 p.m. in the January ratings period, which ended Wednesday. Fox-owned WOFL-Channel 35 handily won at 10 p.m. for the month. In the tight early evening contest, WFTV-Channel 9 edged WESH-Channel 2. The...

    WFTV wins October ratings race; ABC lineup is tops

     
    Breaking news: WFTV-Channel 9 was the big winner in October news ratings. The ABC affiliate won at 11 p.m., held off WESH-Channel 2 at 5 p.m. and emerged as the clear leader in the morning. The October ratings period ended Wednesday; the November sweeps...

    Election Night: Buddy Dyer will be WESH analyst; what else to expect

     
    The 2012 election season rolls to its long-desired conclusion Tuesday night with hour upon hour of results on local stations, broadcast networks and cable news channels. ABC, CBS and NBC start their coverage at 7 p.m. Cable news will begin earlier. You...

    WFTV cleans up in November sweeps

     
    The folks at WFTV-Channel 9 can start spreading the news:  They were the big winners in the November ratings period known as sweeps. WFTV said it had won every news time slot in the 25-to-54 age group, which is most crucial to news advertisers. The...