American Broadcasting Company TV network debuts

American Broadcasting Company TV network debuts

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The American Broadcasting Company TV network made its debut with WFIL-TV in Philadelphia. The 1st program ever broadcast on the network was On the Corner, featuring satirist Henry Morgan. Other stations carrying the initial broadcast were WMAR-TV in Baltimore, and WMAL-TV in Washington, D.C.

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