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The WFIL stations were the flagship of the growing communications empire of Walter Annenberg's Triangle Publications, which owned two Philadelphia newspapers (the morning Inquirer and, later, the evening Daily News), periodicals including TV Guide, Seventeen and the Daily Racing Form, and a broadcasting group that would grow to ten radio and six television stations.
The WFIL radio stations originally broadcast from the Widener Building in downtown Philadelphia.
It was originally owned by Triangle Publications, publishers of The Philadelphia Inquirer and owners of WFIL radio (560 AM, and 102.1 FM).
WFIL radio had been an ABC radio affiliate dating back to the network's existence as the NBC Blue Network.
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The stylized 6 in its logo has been used with only minor changes since 1967, when the station was still WFIL-TV.
In 1968, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed a rule barring companies from owning newspapers and broadcast outlets in the same market.
However, the agency "grandfathered" several existing newspaper and broadcasting cross-combinations in several markets.
WFIL-TV also produced an early, yet long-running, program on adult literacy, Operation Alphabet.
One of its earliest local series was Let's Pop the Question, from 1947 to 1948.