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WFAA

WFAA, channel 8, is an ABC-affiliated television station serving Dallas–Fort Worth, Texas, one of the top ten media markets in North America. The station, with its offices in Downtown Dallas, is the flagship of Belo Corp. and the largest ABC affiliate not owned and operated by the network. It is also the largest affiliate of any of the "big four" networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) not owned by that respective network. In turn, WFAA and CW affiliate KDAF (channel 33) are the only network-affiliate stations in the market not to be owned and operated by their network.

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Morgan Fairchild - Early Life
... As a younger child, she was seen on WFAA-TV's Mr ... In her teens she was in the audience on WFAA-TV's Sump'n Else bandstand show ... She auditioned three times to be in The Little Group, which was WFAA-TV's Sump'n Else show's dance group ...
Dan Ronan - Career - 2001 To 2007
... Ronan joined WFAA-TV in August 2003, serving as a senior reporter through November 2007 ... While at WFAA he specialized in coverage of the aviation industry, in particular the Southwest Airlines accident in Chicago and the repeal of the Wright ... Murrow Award" as part of WFAA's coverage of a 18 wheeler, truck hijacking/kidnapping that resulted in high speed chase through several Dallas area cities ...
Aaron Chimbel
... He was the MoJo or Mobile Journalist for the website of WFAA-TV in Dallas, TX, wfaa.com ... He joined WFAA as their first ever digital field reporter in February 2006 ... Before joining WFAA, Aaron was a reporter for KWTX-TV based in Killeen, TX covering Fort Hood, Killeen, Temple and surrounding areas ...
WFAA - Radio
... Further information KLIF (AM) and KBFB WFAA-AM was the radio counterpart to the TV station ... It signed on June 26, 1922, and used the WFAA call letters through July 2, 1983 ... it was known as "KRQX" until Belo sold it, along with sister station KZEW-FM {the former WFAA-FM,} on January 1, 1987.) WFAA-AM has a rich history of service to the Dallas area ...
WBAP (AM) - Station History
... The station shared time with Dallas stations WFAA and WRR. 1923, the Federal Radio Commission expanded the broadcast band, and WBAP and WFAA moved to 630 kHz. 11, 1928, WBAP moved to 800 kHz, and on June 1, 1929, WFAA also moved to 800 kHz, sharing time (and NBC Red network affiliation) with WBAP ...