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Brian Christie
Brian Christie is a television news journalist, talk show host, and anchor. He is currently host and executive producer of The Boomer Show. For over a decade, he was a primary news anchor and reporter for CNN, CNN Headline News, and CNN International when it carried CNN's US prime time nightly broadcast. During his years at CNN Christie anchored the network's The World Today, The CNN Prime News, and Newsnight. He was also in the anchor seat for the analysis and reporting of many significant breaking news stories including Hurricane Andrew, the O.J. Simpson Trial, the Persian Gulf War, and many other live national and international news events. Brian also hosted CNN's Your Turn. The late night call-in show was a fixture of the CNN overnight schedule for several years in the mid-1990s.[
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WFJS (AM)
WFJS (1260 AM, "Domestic Church Radio") is a radio station broadcasting a religious format to the Trenton, New Jersey, United States area. The station is owned by the Domestic Church Media Foundation, a Catholic-based organisation based in Trenton, New Jersey.[1] WFJS is also heard on 89.3 WFJS-FM in Freehold, New Jersey.[2] The station went on the air as WBUD on January 20, 1947, licensed to Morrisville, Pennsylvania on a frequency of 1490 kHz. In 1952, WBUD moved to its current frequency of 1260 kHz as a Trenton-licensed station. During a period in the late 1970s, the station held the call letters WTRT. On May 29, 1980, the station adopted the call letters WKXW. It reverted to the original call sign WBUD on September 1, 1981 and kept those call letters until 2008.[3][4] In the early 1970s, WBUD broadcast a Top 40 format
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KUSI
KUSI-TV, virtual channel 51 (UHF digital channel 18), is an independent television station licensed to San Diego, California, United States. The station is owned by locally based McKinnon Broadcasting. KUSI's studios are located on Viewridge Avenue (near I-15) in the Kearny Mesa section of San Diego, and its transmitter is located southeast of Spring Valley. Its signal is relayed on low-powered K12PO in Murrieta. On cable, KUSI is available on Cox Communications, Charter Spectrum and AT&T U-verse channel 9. The construction permit for a channel 51 television station in San Diego was first issued on June 23, 1965, to Jack O
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WKRN

The station first signed on the air on November 29, 1953, as WSIX-TV, broadcasting on VHF channel 8; it was the second television station in Nashville. WSIX-TV was originally licensed to WSIX, Inc.,[2] which was owned by Louis and Jack Draughon, along with WSIX (980 AM). Initially licensed to nearby Springfield, WSIX radio was launched on January 7, 1927 and based in the Draughon brothers' 638 Tire and Vulcanizing Company auto supply business in downtown Springfield.[3] The "638" was the auto supply business' mailing address and not did not allude to the assigned frequency for the radio station, nor would it for the television station.[4] Originally a CBS affiliate that shared the ABC affiliation with WSM-TV (channel 4, now WSMV), it became a full-time ABC affiliate after only one year when WLAC-TV (channel 5, now WTVF) signed on and took the CBS affiliation due to WLAC radio's long history as a CBS radio affiliate
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Peoria, Illinois
Peoria (/piˈɔːriə/ pee-OR-ee-ə) is the county seat of Peoria County, Illinois,[4] and the largest city on the Illinois River. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 115,007.[5] It is the principal city of the Peoria Metropolitan Area in Central Illinois, consisting of the counties of Marshall, Peoria, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford, which had a population of 373,590 in 2011. Established in 1691 by the French explorer Henri de Tonti, Peoria was later labeled by the Peoria Historical Society to be the oldest European settlement in Illinois.[6] Originally known as Fort Clark, it received its current name when the County of Peoria organized in 1825. The city was named after the Peoria tribe, a member of the Illinois Confederation
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WHOI (TV)
WHOI, virtual channel 19 (UHF digital channel 24), is a TBD owned-and-operated television station licensed to Peoria, Illinois, United States and serving the North-Central Illinois television market. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. WHOI's transmitter is located on Springfield Road (along I-474) in East Peoria, a section of Groveland Township, Tazewell County. The station was the ABC affiliate for the market until 2016. WHOI was Peoria's second television station, signing-on as WTVH on October 20, 1953. The station was founded by Hugh Norman and Edward Schoede. Hilltop Broadcasting, which co-owned the Peoria Journal Star bought the station in 1954.[1] Its first studios were on Main Street in Peoria. Originally broadcasting an analog signal on VHF channel 8,[2] it was a primary CBS affiliate but also carried shows from ABC and DuMont
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