WUPL

WUPL, virtual channel 54, is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for the Greater New Orleans, Louisiana area. It is licensed to the Northshore community of Slidell. It is currently owned by the Belo Corp., in a duopoly with CBS affiliate WWL-TV.

Read more about WUPL:  Digital Television, History, Newscasts

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World Union For Protection Of Life - International Activities
... According to its own publications the WUPL had sections in Australia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Belgium, Brasília, Bulgaria, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India ... In Australia the WUPL tried to ward off the dangers connected with the building of the Atomic Reactor at Jervis Bay, only about 130 miles from Sydney ... For many organizations with similar goals has been set up since the 1970er, today the WUPL is only open for elected representatives of organizations with equal goals and members with a scientific qualification ...
WUPL - Newscasts
... Since early 2005, WUPL has broadcast CBS's morning programs, The Early Show (until 2012), and currently CBS This Morning (which WWL-TV pre-empts in favor of ... WUPL also offered The Daily Buzz and both shows were run under the umbrella title My Morning News ... On June 4, 2007, WUPL began airing a half-hour 9 pm newscast called My54 Eyewitness News at 9 to compete against WVUE's Fox 8 News at 9 and WGNO's ABC 26 ...
WWL-TV - News Operation
4, 2007, WWL-TV began airing a 30-minute weeknight newscast called "Eyewitness News at 9" on WUPL-TV ... and the WUPL 9 p.m ... newscast in the interim, Mike Hoss anchored the newscast on WUPL with rotating co-anchors ...
2006 United States Broadcast TV Realignment - Repercussions - Other Affiliate Repercussions
... in early 2006 over allegations that Belo tried to renege on the terms of buying WUPL after Tribune-owned WNOL was named the market's CW affiliate (but ... New Orleans area, would have created a duopoly between WWL-TV and WUPL with both stations merging into WWL's studios on Rampart Street ... However, the Belo purchase of WUPL delayed that station's transition to HDTV until mid-2010 as the secondary master controls for WUPL at the WWL-TV ...
WWL-TV - History
... In 2005, Viacom, which owned WUPL at the time, made an offer to buy WWL-TV ... offer, Viacom instead made a deal to sell WUPL to Belo ... This would have created a duopoly with WWL and WUPL ...