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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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  • WESH's Meredith McDonough returns May 11

    WESH's Meredith McDonough returns May 11
    WESH-Channel 2 anchor Meredith McDonough returns from maternity leave May 11, the station announced Wednesday.
  • April ratings: WFTV in winner's circle

    April ratings: WFTV in winner's circle
    April ratings brought good news to WFTV-Channel 9, whose newscasts drew the most 25-to-54 viewers at noon, in early evening and at 11 p.m. But there were tight races between WFTV and WESH-Channel 2 at 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. in the ratings period that ended...

    WESH examines 'State of Pain'

    WESH examines 'State of Pain'
    WESH-Channel 2 will show off its investigative journalism in the special "State of Pain: Prescription Problems." The program focuses on several Central Florida patients who were denied medicine at pharmacies despite legitimate prescriptions. One patient...

    WFTV scores March ratings victories

    WFTV scores March ratings victories
    There may be March Madness in college basketball, but there was March familiarity in the ratings for Central Florida TV stations. WFTV-Channel 9 again claimed victory in most time slots. WFTV General Manager Shawn Bartelt cited strong results for...

    February: Good news for WFTV, WESH

    February: Good news for WFTV, WESH
    February brought very good news to WFTV-Channel 9. The ABC affiliate continued to lead in most news time slots and surpassed Fox-owned WOFL-Channel 35 at 10 p.m. NBC affiliate WESH-Channel 2 had the most-seen prime-time lineup, thanks to the Super...