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I FOUND A HALF MARATHON IN PENNSYLVANIA IN OCTOBER FINALLY.

V exciting. It’s actually where I went to college and lived for a few years after. Hopefully the course is nice and it’s not snowing. Back to the ol’ stompin grounds of floods and inclines.

Originally posted by biscuitsarenice

WJAC-TV Channel 6 signed on in 1949 from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. It was the TV service of Johnstown Automotive Company, owner of WJAC Radio.  It aired programming from all four networks in its early years. After DuMont folded and other stations signed on, WJAC was left as the NBC affiliate.

The automotive company sold WJAC-AM-FM-TV to the owner of The Tribune-Democrat newspaper in the 1960s.  FCC regulations forced the owner to break up the paper and broadcast companies.  The company sold the paper and held on to WJAC-TV until 1997.  Today, the station is owned by Cox.

An editor’s note: For such a small-market station, WJAC-TV advertised heavily in Broadcasting magazine.  

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