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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

Top WESH Articles

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  • Caylee Anthony: a story for the ages

     
    But Casey Anthony isn't saying a lot, evidently, unless she is paid. As Judge Stan Strickland so memorably said, "The truth and Miss Anthony are strangers." We can also add that responsibility and Miss Anthony are strangers....
  • ‘Dancing With the Stars’: J.R. Martinez is Rose Parade grand marshal

     
    Josh Elliott of "Good Morning America" and Hannah Storm of ESPN will host ABC's telecast of the parade. The 98th Rose Bowl Game follows at 2:10 p.m. on ESPN. The University of Oregon is playing the University of Wisconsin....
  • Republican debate on ‘Meet the Press’; Mike Huckabee on ‘This Week’

     
    CBS' "Face the Nation" talks to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta; Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6....
  • WESH offers ‘Race: A Community Conversation’

     
    The guests scheduled to participate include: Michael Blake, Cocoa mayor; Cynthia Slater, president of the Volusia County NAACP; Allie Braswell Jr., president and CEO of the Central Florida Urban League; Jeff Triplett, Sanford mayor; Rabbi David Kay of...
  • WESH-TV To Discuss Race Relations in Central Florida

     
     WESH-TV is producing a live one-hour special called “Race: A Community Conversation” to discuss race relations in Central Florida to air on Wednesday, April 25th from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. The program format is designed to have frank...
  • April ratings: WFTV, WKMG, WOFL post late-news wins

     
    In households, WFTV continued to show dominance. At 11 weeknights, WFTV averaged 73,400 homes to WKMG's 62,800, WESH's 43,200 and WOFL's 20,500....
  • Michelle Parker: Mom begs media not to print pictures of grandkids

     
    Stewart told WESH-Channel 2: "I was compelled to just look that man in the eyes as a mother who is searching her heart out to find her daughter. Just tell us where she is, so we can bring her home."...
  • WESH sports anchor Guy Rawlings leaving for CBS Atlanta news

     
    After five years, two BCS national championships, a handful of World Series games, Super Bowls and countless Orlando Magic games, sports anchor Guy Rawlings is leaving WESH to join CBS Atlanta....
  • Guy Rawlings leaving WESH for Atlanta; you’ll see more of Pat Clarke

     
    Prepare to say goodbye to Guy Rawlings, the sports anchor at WESH-Channel 2. He is moving on to WGCL-TV, which bills itself as CBS Atlanta, and where he will be a news anchor, AJC.com reports. “Guy will be here until a couple days before Christmas,&...
  • Neil Diamond joins ‘Christmas in Rockefeller Center’

     
    There will be performances by Big Time Rush, Tony Bennett, Justin Bieber, Michael Bublé, Cee Lo Green, Carole King, Katharine McPhee, Javier Colon and the Radio City Rockettes. Al Roker and Savannah Guthrie of "Today" are the hosts....
  • Who won at 11 in November? WFTV, but WKMG crows it’s first with Urban Meyer news

     
    There's no doubt that WFTV was seen in more households, the former way for tabulating ratings before people meters were introduced in Orlando. The household count for Monday through Friday, when Opsahl was anchoring: WFTV with 85,200 homes, WKMG with 71,...