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The WPTZ call letters are now used for the NBC affiliate in Plattsburgh, New York.
In May 1955, Westinghouse agreed to trade WPTZ and KYW radio to NBC in exchange for WNBK television and WTAM-AM-FM in Cleveland, and million in cash compensation.
NBC had long sought an owned-and-operated television station in Philadelphia, the largest market where it did not own a station.
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Philco then moved WPTZ's studios to the penthouse suite of the Architect's Building, at 17th and Sansom streets in downtown Philadelphia, while retaining master control facilities at the Philco plant. entered World War II, but returned to a full schedule in 1945.
The station originally broadcast from a tower in the Philadelphia suburb of Wyndmoor. Channel 3 relocated its entire operation to the Wyndmoor transmitter facility during World War II, when the station aired little programming.
It began in 1932 as W3XE, an experimental station owned by Philadelphia's Philco Corporation, at the time and for some decades to come one of the world's largest manufacturers of radio and television sets.
Philco engineers created much of the station's equipment, including cameras.
It then became one of three stations (along with WNBT and Schenectady, New York's WRGB) that premiered NBC's regular television service in 1946, although all three stations did share occasional programs just before and during the war.