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WKMG-Local 6 was Orlando's first television station and is the area's CBS affiliate. Orignally known as WDBO-TV (for "Way Down By Orlando''), the station went on the air in July 1, 1954. It would become the longtime dominant station in the market with lots of local shows such as Central Florida Showcase (a news discussion show), Uncle Walt's Adventures, Hunting and Fishing and, of course, Romper Room. When Columbia Pictures considered buying the station from Outlet Co. in 1982, the call letters were prematurely changed from WDBO to to WCPX (for Columbia Pictures). The deal didn't go through, but the call letters remained. Meredith Corp. purchased the station in 1997, but it already owned F... Show more »
WKMG-Local 6 was Orlando's first television station and is the area's CBS affiliate. Orignally known as WDBO-TV (for "Way Down By Orlando''), the station went on the air in July 1, 1954. It would become the longtime dominant station in the market with lots of local shows such as Central Florida Showcase (a news discussion show), Uncle Walt's Adventures, Hunting and Fishing and, of course, Romper Room. When Columbia Pictures considered buying the station from Outlet Co. in 1982, the call letters were prematurely changed from WDBO to to WCPX (for Columbia Pictures). The deal didn't go through, but the call letters remained. Meredith Corp. purchased the station in 1997, but it already owned Fox affilate WOFL-Channel 35 -- and at the time such a duopoly wasn't allowed. Meredith decided to keep WOFL and trade WKMG to Post-Newsweek (which had also bid on the station) for a Post-Newsweek station in Hartford, Conn. Post-Newsweek changed Channel 6's call letters a third time, making it WKMG in honor of Post-Newsweek's Katharine M. Graham. Some of the anchors for Local 6 News are Lauren Rowe, Jacqueline London, Tom Terry, David Pingalore or "Ping," Mike Garafolo, Erick Webber, Laura Diaz, Troy Bridges and Erik von Ancken. « Show less

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  • Casey Anthony: Cindy gives everyone something to talk about

     
    "Finally, we're playing some hardball here," veteran attorney Jeff Deen said on WESH-Channel 2. "That defense finally came out with something they [the prosecution] had to react to on the fly. You could tell by [prosecutor] Linda Drane [Burdick's]...
  • Casey Anthony: WKMG to offer special tonight on Cindy’s testimony

     
    Lauren Rowe, Tony Pipitone and Mike DeForest will have central roles in the program. Legal analysts Mark NeJame and Mark O'Mara will take part, and WKMG will talk to computer experts as well....
  • Casey Anthony: Did Cindy Anthony help her daughter?

     
    Cindy Anthony's answers elicited a powerful response from Burdick. The prosecutor sounded incredulous and angry as she pressed Anthony on details, and Anthony waffled....
  • Casey Anthony: Jose Baez lays an egg

     
    "I don't think these witnesses have been prepared," attorney Jeff Deen said. "These are perfectly legitimate scientists. They understand their theories. They understand the work the work they've done. And their work is credible."...
  • Justin Bieber on ‘Late Show With David Letterman,’ ‘The View’

     
    Bieber will take part in the Hot Topics segment on "The View" Thursday on ABC. That program is likely to air on WRDQ-Channel 27, because WFTV-Channel 9 is carrying the Casey Anthony trial....
  • Casey Anthony: Is the defense gaining any ground or not?

     
    Attorney Hal Uhrig on WOFL-Channel 35 blasted the defense. "They've done a terrible job of having their own witnesses prepared and prepped," he said. "Too many times, they're asking questions they don't know the answers to, and they don't like the...
  • Casey Anthony: Does this woman look competent to stand trial?

     
    Richard Hornsby, another WESH legal analyst, speculated that the defense motion related to the testimony of Cindy and Lee Anthony on Friday. "I have no doubt that she [Casey] was saying things to Mr. Mason that made him really question her connection with...
  • Casey Anthony: Could competency news mean she’ll take the stand?

     
    WOFL-Channel 35's Shannon Butler was surprised by the competency evaluation coming so late in the trial. "Are you kidding me? You had all of this time," she said. "I don't think there is anyone who really believes Casey Anthony isn't competent to stand...
  • Casey Anthony: Is delay significant or no big deal?

     
    Geraldo Rivera, last night on his Fox News Channel show, called the delay shocking. But he also cited "an unimpeachable source" who said the legal issue "is expected to have no long-term impact on the trial, and further, it is still possible this...
  • Casey Anthony: Is it wise to read her reactions?

     
    WKMG-Channel 6 legal analyst Mark NeJame said it was dangerous to interpret Anthony's reactions, because of her partying after her child, Caylee, disappeared. Anthony is charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter....
  • Casey Anthony: Tony Pipitone highlights Cindy’s new problem

     
    On Friday night, Pipitone had another good story: He explained a problem with Cindy Anthony's testimony earlier that day. Cindy Anthony testified that she called husband George about the pool ladder in June 2008, the time the defense says granddaughter...