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During the late 1950s, the station was briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network.

The station's signal is relayed on three low-power translators: K14JZ-D in Peetz, K49EX-D in Anton and K31IQ-D in Sterling.

On cable, the station is available on Comcast Xfinity in standard definition on channel 2, and in high definition on digital channel 656.

Hosted by comedian Michelle Collins, Z100 radio personality Bethany Watson and relationship coach Paul Brunson will be in on all the dating action as they bounce from city to city and provide commentary as the evening develops. This is America’s chance to watch love and romance unfold live, where anything can happen.” Said Dan Cesareo, President of Big Fish Entertainment, whose Live PD just got an order for 100 additional episodes on A&E: “Our goal is to reinvent various genres; with Live PD, we busted open the doors and brought true transparency in law enforcement to television for the first time, and we knew that this unique viewing experience could translate into other formats,” said “With Date Night Live, Lifetime gave us the incredible opportunity to turn the traditional dating show on its head with couples getting to know each other completely unvarnished for the first time on live TV, unfiltered and unedited.

This is what it’s really like to date in America.” Cesareo, George Mc Teague, Mary Donahue and Colleen Conway Grogan are executive producing Date Night Live, with Peter Scalettar and Anne Marie Gaynor serving as showrunners.

The White House says it will save billions, but here in the Lehigh Valley some social service providers are concerned.

KWGN-TV, virtual channel 2 (UHF digital channel 34), is a CW-affiliated television station licensed to Denver, Colorado, United States.

However, in the end, only one can win each of their hearts.

Everyone can relate to the experience of a first date: the promise of potential love when it goes well and the hilariously awkward moments if it crashes and burns.

Anthony Dominici also serves as executive producer.

The idea is to scale back food stamps and replace them with a food delivery program.

At the time of its purchase, KWGN became Tribune's fourth television station property—after WGN-TV, WPIX in New York City, and KDAL-TV (now KDLH) in Duluth, Minnesota, the latter of which was owned by Tribune from 1960 to 1978.