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WLS-TV: Quiz

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Question 1: Eventually the FCC granted it a permit to transmit on a second frequency, Channel 44,[6] formerly occupied by ________, and WLS announced the availability of that frequency on October 31, 2009.
WMAQ-TVWNBCWSNS-TVKNBC

Question 2: [2] The FCC sent extra personnel to Chicago, Philadelphia, and ________ to deal with difficulties in those cities.
New York metropolitan areaNew York CityBrooklynManhattan

Question 3: ________ - reporter (1983-1989)
Steve DriehausTim RyanSherrod BrownDennis Kucinich

Question 4: WLS operated their digital signal at low power (4.75 kW) to protect the digital signal of WOOD-TV in ________ (which also broadcasts on channel 7, but with much higher power).
Kent County, MichiganWyoming, MichiganLansing, MichiganGrand Rapids, Michigan

Question 5: Today, the WBKB-TV calls are used by a CBS affiliate in ________.
Alpena County, MichiganNorthern MichiganTraverse City, MichiganAlpena, Michigan

Question 6: It is also the only ABC owned-and-operated station not to air ________, with the WABC-TV-produced show on WGN-TV instead.
Live with Regis and KellyBreakfast televisionToday (NBC program)Good Morning America

Question 7: Swanson was instrumental in hiring ________ to host its then low-rated morning talk show, "AM Chicago," in 1983.
The Oprah Winfrey ShowRosie O'DonnellOprah WinfreyBill Clinton

Question 8: As a result, WBKB was sold to CBS and renamed ________; while WENR was renamed WBKB-TV.
KTVTWBBM-TVWCBS-TVKYW-TV

Question 9: At the Movies - nationally syndicated ________ review program, produced at WLS-TV's studios, and syndicated by Disney-ABC Domestic Television
Movie theaterFilmmakingIndependent filmFilm

Question 10: Susan Carlson - traffic reporter (1998-2002, now at ________)
WBBM-TVKTVTWCBS-TVKYW-TV







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