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Title CBS 3 News Footage and Logs Dates Circa 1953-2004 Collection ID SCRC 48 Creators CBS 3 (Television station : Philadelphia, Pa.) KYW-TV (Television station : Philadelphia, Pa.) Quantity 3,381 linear feet (including 400 boxes of film, 2,000 videotapes, 230 logbooks) Repository Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries Language Materials in English.Historical Note CBS 3 was founded by the Philco Corporation in 1932 as a station that originally broadcast employee talent shows and travelogues into the homes of company employees.In 1939, Channel 3 became an affiliate of NBC and expanded coverage to include college sports and the 1940 National Republican Convention.Channel 3 was granted commercial status by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in 1941 under the call letters WPTZ-TV.Channel 3 was the first commercial television station licensed by the FCC in Philadelphia and the second nationally.In June 1953, WPTZ-TV was sold to Westinghouse Radio Station which was later known as Group W.Three years later, WPTZ became an NBC owned and operated station, changing its call letters to WRVC-TV.
In May 2000, CBS merged with Viacom establishing WPSG-TV (UPN57) as a sister station.A number of television personalities began their careers on KYW-TV, including Ernie Kovacs, Tom Snyder, Jessica Savitch, Maury Povitch, Maria Shriver, and David Brenner.Description of Collection This collection consists of KYW/CBS3 television news footage, miscellaneous programming, and production logbooks generated between 19.The bulk of the collection consists of audiovisual materials recorded for inclusion in news broadcasts, or recordings of the broadcasts themselves.A majority of the miscellaneous programming consists of recorded segments and broadcasts of . The CBS3 Logs are printed production logbooks for the 1977-2004 airchecks of news broadcasts.
The logbooks list air times, segment lengths, on-air talent and often abbreviated titles for the segments.