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Those of you in Philly have probably gotten to know this guy well on ABC Action News Channel 6 - Adam Joseph. 42 | Jacksonville, FL | Married/Divorced/Partnered Got a great partner - wonderful son - what more could a gay guy ask for???? Thought I'd put up a picture of a local Meteorologist. ip And you can see his name in the listing of the local news channel's staff here Tried finding an image of him during one of his weather forecasts..google didnt help me out any.
Updated:3/2/2008 PMTemperatures Rising Overnight Mild Weather for Monday then Wintry Weather Tuesday A messy storm system arrives on Tuesday into Wednesday with rain, freezing rain, and snow. Colder weather will once again take hold heading into the second half of the week with highs back down in the low to mid 30s. Meteorologist Erick Adame Unfortunately, WGN-Chicago, isn't on my cable system anymore, but there was a noon time anchor on there named Larry Potash who was a marvelous piece of USDA beef! ' First of all, almost no male, straight or gay, in their 20's, is going to be up for a tickle challenge.
WFIL radio had been an ABC radio affiliate dating back to ABC's days as the Blue Network.
However, WFIL-TV started out as a Du Mont affiliate, as ABC hadn't gotten into television yet.
When ABC launched its television network on April 19, 1948, WFIL-TV became the fledgling network's first affiliate.
Channel 6 joined ABC before the network's first owned-and-operated station, WJZ-TV in New York City (now WABC-TV), signed on in August.
Philadelphia's second-oldest television station signed on the air on September 10, 1947 as WFIL-TV.
He is a correspondent for NBC News and works out of the Baghdad bureau.
Always hoped he'd do a remote from a pool or some similarly hot locale where he'd shed the suit.
WPVI-TV, channel 6, is an owned-and-operated television station of the Walt Disney Company-owned American Broadcasting Company, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
Other well-known locally-produced shows included the children's programs Captain Noah and His Magical Ark; a cartoon show hosted by Sally Starr; and Chief Halftown (whose host, Traynor Ora Halftown, was a full-blooded member of the Seneca Nation), and two variety programs: The Al Alberts Showcase, a talent show emceed by the lead singer of the Four Aces; and the Larry Ferrari Show, on which the host played organ versions of both popular and religious music.
WFIL-TV also produced an early, yet long-running, program on adult literacy, Operation Alphabet.