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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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  • Casey Anthony: Cheney Mason is writing a book

     
    Burdick revealed that she lost 17 pounds from the stress of the trial and that she found it difficult to be away from her young daughter, Kealing reported. Asthon said he won't comment on whether he'll run for state attorney until his book about the...
  • Brian Williams: ‘Rock Center’ is built around him

     
    The premiere will feature Snow on Kate Snow the business of women coming from China to America to give birth; Richard Engel on anti-government activists in Syria; and Harry Smith on a place in America with a negative employment rate. NBC News said of...
  • October ratings: WESH wins in morning; WKMG in late news

     
    The CBS lineup on WKMG was tops in prime time in total viewers and the 25-to-54 age group. ABC on WFTV was second in total viewers, but the Fox lineup on WOFL edged WFTV in the 25-to-54 age group. The NBC lineup on WESH was fourth in both counts....
  • Meredith Vieira returns to ‘Today’ as Queen Elizabeth II; where’s Regis Philbin?

     
    But I sure missed Regis Philbin on the last Halloween show during his tenure. He departs Nov. 18. Where was Mr. Philbin? He had the day off, a show spokeswoman said....
  • Casey Anthony: another victory, another mystery

     
    WESH-Channel 2's Bob Kealing reported, "Attorneys for the plaintive Zenaida Gonzalez said it appeared Anthony was wearing a disguise and may even have had plastic surgery to further change her appearance."...
  • Meredith McDonough joins WESH as reporter, weekend anchor

     
    In a memo to his staff, WESH news director Bob Longo wrote, "Meredith graduated Cum Laude from Allegheny College with a BA in Communications. And WESH basketball team members, take note – Meredith was Allegheny’s four-year captain and a four-...
  • Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb bring ‘Today’ to Orlando

     
    Want to see Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb do “Today” in person? The women will bring the fourth hour of “Today” to Orlando on Friday, Nov. 11. They will broadcast from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando....
  • Jerry Seinfeld to follow Regis Philbin for three days

     
    "Live!" also announced that it has lined up some notable guests for Seinfeld's days with Ripa: Miss Piggy, Howie Mandel, Kim Cattrall, Jason Segal and "Naked Chef" Jamie Oliver....
  • Herman Cain on ‘Face the Nation’; Bill Gates on ‘This Week’

     
    White House senior adviser David Plouffe is interviewed on NBC's "Meet the Press," which starts at 9 a.m. on WESH-Channel 2. The panel will be Tom Brokaw; Walter Isaacson, author of "Steve Jobs: A Biography"; former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, D-Mich.; and...
  • Tony La Russa visits David Letterman tonight

     
    Actor Jesse Eisenberg is another guest, and Puscifer is the musical guest. "Late Show" will offer its annual New Halloween Costumes segment....
  • Steve Harvey to take ‘General Hospital’ slot next fall on WFTV

     
    So what happens to "General Hospital"? That's a question that has soap fans worried, especially after ABC canceled "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," which ends its run in January. ABC is banking on lifestyle shows: "The Chew" moved in at 1 p.m.,...