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WV DHHR confirms 1,100 new COVID-19 cases, 19 additional deaths on Thursday

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources confirmed 1,100 new COVID-19 cases and 19 additional deaths in its report on Oct. 21. The DHHR confirmed 1,012 new COVID-19 cases and 74 additional deaths in its report on Wednesday. The DHHR reports there have been 264,002 (+1,100) total cases and 4,238 (+19) […]


What Americans fear most, according to their Google searches

(NEXSTAR) — From clowns to public speaking, people have a wide range of phobias that keep them up at night. Just in time for Halloween, Your Local Security compiled a list of the top phobias in the United States based on Google searches. This year’s top phobia was a fear of failure, followed by a […]



WV organization expanding outreach services in Summers County

HINTON, W.Va. (WVNS)– The Hinton REACHH organization recently purchased the second oldest building in Hinton, built back in the 1800s. REACHH provides resources for families and children. Services range from outreach, crisis intervention, counseling, and more. Doris Selko, Executive Director said there is a lot of renovations before they open its doors. “It’s wonderful to […]


Facebook planning to change its name, report says

The new name is reportedly a closely-guarded secret.


WEATHER AWARE: Strong storm risk EXPANDED Thursday

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – As moisture moves into north-central West Virginia, showers and strong thunderstorms are in the cards Thursday afternoon and evening. The Level 1 Severe Storm Risk has been expanded to most of north-central West Virginia, including both sides of the I-79 corridor. Hail and minor flooding are two threats with this system, but […]


East Fairmont girl blank Frankfort to advance to section title game

After jumping out to a quick 1-0 lead in the first three minutes of Wednesday night's Class AA Region II, Section 1 tournament game against Frankfort, it appeared that East Fairmont was going to be able to add to its scoring total at will.


Polar Bears look for a repeat of last season against Timberwolves

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – A game that’s certainly been circled on the calendar for Spring Valley is set to be played this week. Fairmont Senior travels to Huntington to take on Class-AAA No. 8 ranked Spring Valley in week nine of the regular season. In 2020, the Timberwolves, who were ranked No. 2 at the time, […]


Wheeling Park eliminates Morgantown girls soccer in section title game

The Morgantown girls soccer team fell in the Class AAA Region I, Section 1 tournament title game at Wheeling Island Stadium by a final score of 1-0 on Wednesday.


WVU head coach, Neal Brown, acknowledges Caden Biser’s effort in freshman season

Coming off a needed bye week, West Virginia University football head coach, Neal Brown, met with the media on Tuesday to discuss his team and their upcoming game against Texas Christian University.


WV State Treasurer Riley Moore visits north central WV

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – West Virginia State Treasurer Riley Moore has been traveling the state talking about his opposition to President Biden’s $3.5 trillion “Build Back Better” reconciliation spending bill. On Wednesday, he stopped in north central West Virginia to speak about the bill and promote trade jobs to students in Fairmont and Clarksburg. One major […]


Rally for the Freedom to Vote Act held across West Virginia

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – On Wednesday, a freedom to vote rally was held in Fairmont.   Organizers gathered on the Marion County Courthouse steps to voice their support for the Freedom to Vote Act that’s up for vote in the Senate.  This bill addresses voter registration and voting access, election integrity and security, redistricting and campaign finance. Specifically, the bill expands […]


Restaurant Road Trip: Nonno Carlo

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Like most things Italian, Nonno Carlo is all about family and tradition. That’s the inspiration behind the name of Morgantown’s newest Italian restaurant, located inside the Suncrest Towne Centre. “Nonno Carlo in Italian means ‘Grandfather Carl.’ So it was named for my grandfather. There are four generations of Carlo in my family: […]


“Just did my thing.” Fairmont Senior’s Germaine Lewis shines in win over RCB

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – When asked what went into Fairmont Senior junior running back Germaine Lewis’ three touchdown performance on Friday night, he put it simply. “Just did my thing.” Lewis had a standout performance over Robert C. Byrd in the Polar Bears’ 21-20 win. The junior credits his coaches and teammates. “The team came together. […]


Athlete of the Week: North Marion’s Tariq Miller

RACHEL, W.Va. – North Marion’s Tariq Miller has been named the WBOY Athlete of the Week after a strong performance over Lewis County this past Friday night. Miller has been a standout on the Huskies’ football program all season long and week eight was no different. Miller’s four touchdown game led the Huskies past Lewis […]


WVU to ease some campus protocols, mask requirements for classrooms, labs will continue

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - As infection and hospitalization rates due to the delta variant decrease, West Virginia University will lift mask requirements for individuals in indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status, beginning Thursday, Oct. 21.


Fairmont Catholic School gets grant from American Rescue Plan funds

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Fairmont Catholic School is receiving a grant for broadband access.   Senator Joe Manchin distributed $12,760,030 from the American Rescue Plan to 19 West Virginia schools.  Of that, Fairmont Catholic School received $9,833.60.  This funding is distributed through the FCC to help schools and libraries purchase laptops and tablets, Wi-Fi hotspots, modems, routers and broadband connections for students, staff and library visitors.   “Affordable, reliable broadband access […]


Maryland man accused of taking pictures of boys in school restroom in Monongalia County

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The Morgantown Police Department arrested a Maryland man following multiple incidents at Morgantown High School. On Sunday, Oct. 17, police received a report of an incident involving a man taking pictures of a boy in a restroom during a youth basketball event at Morgantown High School. According to a press release, an […]


Good Morning America to feature Morgantown bakery’s pepperoni rolls

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Good Morning America sent reporter Stephanie Ramos to Chico Bakery in Morgantown to do a story about its popular pepperoni roll. Ramos said the morning show will be featuring unique things to do across West Virginia. She took a tour of the bakery, seeing and tasting the pepperoni rolls that come from […]


Marion County Commissioners approve levies for May 2022 ballot

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – On Wednesday, Marion County Commissioners came together for their biweekly meeting and voted on levies for 2022. The Commission approved three organizations to be on the 2022 ballot for a levy.   A levy allows citizens of the county to vote if they would like to keep and fund the organization and the services they provide.   The Marion County Parks and Recreation department, the […]


Glenville State partners with Mon Health to support nursing program that guarantees jobs for graduates

GLENVILLE, W.Va. – Glenville State College President Dr. Mark A. Manchin and Mon Health President and CEO David Goldberg signed an agreement on Wednesday to include Glenville State College (GSC) in the Mon Health Scholars Program (MHSP). Through the MHSP, Glenville State’s new nursing program will start in the fall of 2022 and provide eligible […]


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Station Profile

Nexstar Broadcasting Group purchased WBOY-TV, an NBC and ABC affiliate, from West Virginia Media Holdings in November 2015. WBOY is a perennially dominant station in the Clarksburg/Weston WV market. An NBC affiliate since 1957, WBOY added its ABC affiliation as a digital subchannel, in 2008. Our newscasts are simulcast on both NBC and ABC. With the main station located in Clarksburg, WBOY also operates a studio in Morgantown, WV, which is the home of West Virginia University. It’s a unique situation, with Morgantown being technically located within the Pittsburgh DMA, but the happenings of Morgantown are of great interest to our viewers and those of other Nexstar-owned stations in the region(WTRF, WOWK, & WVNS). WBOY traditionally outrates the Pittsburgh stations, combined, in Morgantown and is the only station, in either market, to have a physical location in the city. WBOY is also the home base for wvillustrated.com, which produces the official coaches shows 52 weeks a year and a two hour live pregame broadcast during football season as part of a partnership with IMG College and WVU Athletics. “WVi,” as we call it for short, also produces multiple daily sports reports for the regional affiliates listed above.

In addition to its market-leading newscasts, WBOY also boasts Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, the Ellen DeGeneres Show and Rachel Ray as highlights of its syndicated line up.

WBOY has a proud tradition of community involvement, with our “Snowbird” mascot leading the way.

Market Profile

Clarksburg / Weston, WV is in the 170th largest DMA in the United States, with a population of approximately 239,316 and 84,680 television households, as reported by Nielsen Media.

Cable/ADS penetration in the market is estimated to be 57.1% ADS and 38.4% wired. Our area is home the FBI CJIS Division, West Virginia University, Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Department of Defense Fusion Center and has dominant industries in biometrics, aerospace, technology and healthcare.

Station Contact Information

904 West Pike StreetClarksburg, WV 26301P: (304) 623-3311F: (304) 624-6152

Station Contacts

Larry Cottrill, VP & General Manager

Jim Dodrill, Director of Sales

Aaron Williams, News Director

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WBOY 12 News is the NBC affiliate for North Central West Virginia. WBOY 12 provides coverage of Clarksburg news and Morgantown news. Due to its proximity with southwestern Pennsylvania, WBOY TV also covers Pittsburgh news as well. Like most NBC affiliates, WBOY not only covers the local news, but also North Central West Virginia weather, traffic, sports, and lifestyle programs. In addition to being known as WBOY 12 News, it’s also called ‘WV Always’, or simply by its FCC call sign of WBOY TV. You can watch WBOY News 12 online with its collection of videos, updated regularly.

Name: WBOY 12 News West Virginia
Call Sign: WBOY
Location: Clarksburg, WV and Pittsburgh, PA
Genre: Local News, Entertainment
Website: WVAlways Homepage

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Since WBOY lies in the heart of Mountaineer Country, 12 News Sports provides outstanding coverage of West Virginia University sports news and lots of West Virginia Black Bears highlights.

WBOY 12 News is owned by West Virginia Media Holdings. It is an affiliate of the network NBC network. As an affiliate, Pittsburgh NBC tends to focus its original news coverage on local issues during the traditional morning, mid-day, evening and late-night news slots. To fill in the rest of its broadcasting schedule, the station airs national programs provided by NBC.

Contact WBOY 12 News

If you’re a public relations rep, you may want to mail some promotional materials to the station or get in touch with a specific member of its team. If you’re a curious viewer, you might be interested in arranging a tour of the station’s facilities. In either case, in addition to the contact info above, here are some more ways to get in touch:
By mail: 904 W Pike St Clarksburg, WV 26301-2555. Phone: 304-623-3311. Fax: 304-623-9269. Email: [email protected]

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WBOY-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for North-Central West Virginia that is licensed to Clarksburg. It broadcasts a high definitiondigital signal on VHF channel 12 from a transmitter east of downtown and U.S. 50. Owned by West Virginia Media Holdings, the station has studios on West Pike Street in Downtown Clarksburg. Syndicated programming on WBOY includes: Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune, Oprah, and Dr. Phil. It identifies on-air as "Clarksburg/Fairmont/Morgantown" even though the third city is considered part of the Pittsburghmarket. This is because it operates a bureau in Morgantown which makes it the only commercial station to have facilities there.

Digital programming

WBOY operates the area's ABC affiliate on a second digital subchannel. Known on-air as Your ABC, this can also be seen on Time Warnerchannel 14. It is offered on all cable systems in the Clarksburg/Weston DMA. It is also the only ABC affiliate offerd in the DMA on Dish Network and DirectTV. Syndicated programming on WBOY-DT2 includes: Two and a Half Men, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Nancy Grace.

Channel Programming
12.1 main WBOY programming / NBC HD
12.2 WBOY-DT2 "Your ABC"


The statiom was launched November 17, 1957. It was the second television station in its small market. WBOY was originally intended to be the ABC affiliate for all of North-Central West Virginia. However the area's intended NBC affiliate, Parkersburg's WTAP-TV, did not have a signal strong enough to reach Clarksburg and Weston. North-Central West Virginia is a very rugged dissected plateau and WTAP's analog signal on UHF channel 15 was not strong enough to carry across the terrain. After it became clear that Parkersburg and Clarksburg were going to be separate markets, WBOY joined NBC and remains with the network to this day. However, it retained a secondary ABC affiliation for many years. In 2001, Hearst Television (owner of Pittsburgh's WTAE-TV) acquired WBOY along with ABC affiliate WMUR-TV inManchester, New Hampshire from Imes Communications of Mississippi.

Hearst's acquisition of WBOY was finalized on April 30 of that year. Almost immediately, the company sold WBOY to West Virginia Media Holdings (which was creating a statewide "network" of stations to share resources) in September of that year with the sale closing on December 13. It is the only primary station owned by the company to not be affiliated with CBS as well as the only one that leads its market ratings. Along with sister station WTRF-TVin Wheeling, WBOY launched a new second digital subchannel with ABC programming on August 1, 2008 bringing shows from that network back to the station. Previously, both the Clarksburg/Weston/Fairmont and Wheeling/Steubenville, Ohio markets were served by WTAE as the de facto affiliate while WDTV aired selected ABC sports programming. WBOY shut down its analog signal on February 17, 2009 continuing digital broadcasts on channel 12. [1]

News operation

The company produces a half-hour newscast called West Virginia Tonight Live that originates from the Morgantown newsroom. It airs weeknights at 5:30 simultaneously on WBOY, WTRF, and WVNS-TV as well as being simulcasted on IndependentWJAL in Hagerstown, Maryland. When WBOY-DT2 launched, it resulted in the debut of the market's first weeknight 7 o'clock newscast. Known as 12 News Live on ABC, it broadcasts exclusively on the ABC station. Otherwise, WBOY-DT2 simulcasts the weekday editions of 12 News at 6 a.m., noon, 6, and 11 p.m. It does not simulcast weekend broadcasts from the main channel. In addition, there is a public affairs program called Decision Makers. Hosted by company president and CEO, Bray Cary, it airs on Sunday mornings at 8 on all West Virginia Media Holdings stations. In another arrangement between all of the company channels, weekend newscasts originate from WOWK's facilities on 5th Avenue in DowntownHuntington.

After being acquired by West Virginia Media Holdings, the station upgraded its news operation and built secondary studios in Morgantown on Scott Avenue. A major emphasis was placed on news from that town in the hopes of increasing ratings and thus getting the town reassigned to the Clarksburg/Fairmont market. The move made WBOY the highest rated station in Monongalia County according to Nielsen ratings beating even Pittsburgh stations. The channel produces a large amount of sports content relative to West Virginia University, located in that town, for use by the other member stations. Today, it is the only West Virginia Media Holdings station to have the lead in local news ratings in its respective market.

Newscast titles

  • WBOY-TV News (1957–1961)
  • The 6 O'Clock Report/The 11 O'Clock Report (1961–1966)
  • Eyewitness News (1966–1975)
  • TV-12 News (1975–1982)
  • Newswatch 12 (1982–1989)
  • News 12 (1989–1994)
  • Team 12 News (1994–2001)
  • 12 News (2001–present)

Station slogans

  • "WBOY, We're West Virginia's TV Station" (early 1970s)
  • "On Top of it All" (mid 1970s)
  • "12 Country" (late 1970s)
  • "TV-12, Proud as a Peacock!" (1980–1981, localized version of NBC campaign)
  • "Always One Step Ahead" (mid 1980s)
  • "Come on Home to TV-12" (1987-1988)
  • "Come Home To The Best, Only On TV-12"
  • "Your 24 Hour News Source" (early 1990s)
  • "Where The News Comes First" (mid-late 1990s)
  • "Your Town. Your State. Your Future." (2002–present)

News team


  • Don Graye - weekday mornings and noon
  • Stacy Moniot- anchor
  • Albert Zipp - Managing Editor seen weeknights at 5, 6, 7, and 11
  • April Kaull - West Virginia Media Holdings News Director

StormTracker 12 Meteorologists

  • Jason Parrish (AMS and NWA Seals of Approval) - Chief seen weeknights and "Firehouse Fridays" segment producer
  • Tony Amormino-weekday mornings and noon (AMS Seal of Approval)
  • Jared Hoffman (AMS Seal of Approval) - weekends


  • Scott Grayson - WV Illustrated.com
  • Katie Smith - reporter
  • Justin Rose - reporter


  • Bray Cary - West Virginia Media Holdings President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Stacy Moniot - Morgantown and fill-in news anchor
  • Stacy Jacobson - Reporter
  • Chris Marrs - videojournalist
  • Jeff Schrock - Reporter
  • Macall Allen - Morgantown
  • Mike Krafcik - Morgantown
  • Susan Sullivan - Reporter
  • Lisa Robbins - Reporter
  • Michael Corley - Chief Photographer

Former staff

  • Leo Hirsbrunner - (now the morning and noon Meteorologist at WDBJ7-TV in Roanoke, VA
  • Spencer Adkins - (now the Chief Meteorologist at sister WOWK)
  • Valerie Abati - (now evening Meteorologist at WLWT-TV)
  • Gary Bowden - (Owns his own Advertising Agency - Gary Bowden Marketing)
  • Greg Chandler - (now at KQDS-TV in Duluth, MN)
  • Kevin Craig - (now evening meteorologist at WXMI-TV in Grand Rapids, MI)
  • Christine D'Antonio - (now known as Christine Kennedy at WITN-TV in Washington, NC)
  • Josh DeVine - (now at WSMV-TV in Nashville, TN)
  • Bob Fulton - (now with Dominion Power media relations)
  • Gabe Gutierrez - (now at WJRT-TV in Flint, MI)
  • Sarah Lieu - (consumer reporter for West Virginia Media Holdings group)
  • Steven Ring - (now at WRBL in Columbus, GA)
  • Natalie Tennant - (WV Secretary of State)
  • Erik Wells - (Democratic member of the West Virginia Senate)
  • Lorie Wyant - (Works for the Federal Government in Clarksburg)
  • Adam Joseph - (now at WPVI-TV in Philadelphia)
  • Mike Simons - (died at the age of 49 from complications after a bone marrow transplant)
  • Brian Slocum - (now at WXII-TV in Winston-Salem, NC)
  • Elizabeth Schubert - (now at WHAM-TV in Rochester, NY)
  • Kristie Kubovic - (now at WLEX-TV in Lexington, KY)
  • John Rodgers - (now at WCAV/WVAW-LP/WAHU-CA in Charlottesville, VA)
  • Julie Chin - (now at KJRH-TV in Tulsa)
  • Joe Porter - (now working as a music producer in Chicago)
  • Chris Clark - (now at BayNews 9 in Tampa)
  • Pete Yanity - (now at WSPA-TV in Spartanburg, SC)
  • Jim Valliere - (now at Pinellas County Government, Clearwater, FL)
  • Eric Minor - (now at WTOV-TV Steubenville, Oh/Wheeling, WV)
  • Lauren Hills - (now at WNCN in Raleigh, North Carolina)
  • Denise Alex - (now at The Ohio News Network, Columbus, Ohio)
  • Janis Edmon - (now at KFMB-TV in San Diego)
  • John Cooper - staff announcer, "Johnny Mountain" kids' show, WDTV, WOTR-Radio play-by-play sports.
  • Scott Sabol - (now at WJW in Cleveland, Ohio)
  • John Pratt - now heads global public relations at Convergys Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Randy Thomas - (now fighting muscular dystrophy and working from home)


  1. ^Transmission Complete: WBOY Broadcasting In Digital, WBOY-TV, February 17, 2009

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History of WBOY-TV, Clarksburg

About 1965. Photo courtesy of Eric McGuire.

The following article was supplied by the station.

WBOY-TV, Channel 12, was the first television station in the Clarksburg market and probably the only TV station in the nation in a market where a cable company (one of the largest in the country at that time) preceded the TV station.

Originating its first broadcast in November, 1957, the license was granted to the Friendly Group...the corporation name later changed to Rust Craft Broadcasting under the same ownership with the late George Clinton as manager. Harry S. Brown (also deceased), as chief engineer; Peter Lyman, news director; and Robert W. Toothman, program director, both deceased; Milt Furner, news photographer (retired).

In 1959, Roger Garrett, now retired, became the general manager and remained in that capacity through the succeeding two changes in ownership.

It was in 1963 that the Fortnightly Corporation bought both the TV and radio stations holding them through 1969.

In 1970 the owners of the local cable system took over ownership of WBOY-TV as the Northern West Virginia Television Broadcasting Corporation in a compromise deal with Rustcraft over a non-duplication landmark court battle. The major stockholders of the new corporation were Count Max and Mrs. (Marion) Ascoli, Nathan Levin and John Borghi.

In December 1976, WBOY-TV was acquired by Commercial Dispatch, Mr. Birney Imes, major stockholder. Joseph “Skip” Simms became manager and held that position until 1982 when Stanley T. Siegal took over as general manager/vice president, a position he holds today. "Skip" Simms was Vice President of the West Virginia Broadcasters Association at the time he moved from West Virginia. Stan Siegal has served a two-year term on the WVBA Board of Directors.

Joseph Wright, the current chief engineer has been with WBOY-TV since the beginning having also held the same position with the originating radio station, WBLK, on the air in 1939. The current program director is Frances Basile who has been with the station since 1960.

In addition to newscasts, a few of the live programs telecast when originally put on the air were: Boyland Bandstand, a teen dance program with records & live music and guests; Junior Auction; "Uncle Pete", children's show; Around & About Central West Virginia, interviews; Videoscope, news/talk show; Crippled Children's Live Telethon in the studios, guests included Virginia Graham, The Cisco Kid, Tommy Leonetti, Eddie Bracken; Live Fashion Shows; Live Miss West Virginia Pageant; Live College Quiz program ala G E College Bowl.

WBOY-TV in 1960 also did first live remote TV show from Carmichael Auditorium for the Home Show, with Arlene Francis as special guest.

Three former employees now on the national scene are: Brenda Curtis-Heiken, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Public Affairs Specialist-Radio/TV; Jay Randolph, currently sportscaster with NBC; and Mayf Nutter, now in Hollywood and who has also been seen in a number of national television shows.

Currently, WBOY-TV has been winner of seven (7) Associated Press Broadcast Awards (1986) including Best Newscast, Best Investigative Reporting, Best Public Affairs, Best Coverage of Spot News, and Best Sports Special.

WBOY-TV-12 (celebrating its 30th anniversary in 1987) maintains a full time news bureau in Fairmont and Morgantown with a full-time bureau in Charleston during legislative sessions.

The noon newscast, known as "Videoscope," in 1962.
Standing: anchor Pete Lyman. Seated (L to R) Jack See, Frances Basile, Bob Toothman.
Photo courtesy of Jack See.

Just after the talent show. Photo courtesy of Eric McGuire.
Eric McGuire, guest weatherman, with Mike Simons. Photo courtesy of Eric McGure.

Additional Notes

According to various sources, WBOY-TV began broadcasting on Nov. 17, 1957.

John Cooper writes that for two years he did a daily kids show, Johnny Mountain, beginning when WBOY-TV went on the air. He did magic and had a studio audience of children. Cooper left to go to WDTV and Pete Lyman took over the time period as Uncle Pete. Cooper also says that John Peters was at WBOY-TV with him when the station opened. Peters later became station manager of WDTV. Photographer Milt Furner, who played Santa Claus at the station, took a photo of John F. Kennedy waiting to be interviewed in the WBOY-TV studios; the photo was displayed in the Channel 12 hallway for many years.

The 1961-62 Broadcasting Yearbook shows the licensee as WSTV Inc. (original owner), part of Friendly Group Stations. Personnel are: Jack Berkman, president; John Laux, executive vice president; Robert O. Runnerstrom, managing director; Roger Garrett, general manager; Robert Toothman, program director; James Valentine, program manager; Peter Lyman, news director; Harry Brown, chief engineer.

On March 11, 1964, the FCC approved the transfer of the station from Rust Craft Broadcasting to Northern West Virginia TV Broadcasting Co.

The 1977 Television Factbook shows the ownership as Northern West Virginia TV Broadcasting Co. Ownership: Nathan W. Levin, president and treasurer, 10%; Marion R. Ascoli, vice president, 80%; Max Ascoli, vice president, 10%. Personnel: Nathan W. Levin, president, John J. Borghi, vice president, Roger Garrett, managing director and film buyer; Bob Toothman, program director; Joe Wright, chief engineer.

Photo courtesy of John Cooper.

Studio Wrestling, about 1959.
Roger McCoy, emcee, walking by the ring.
Photo courtesy of John Cooper.
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