(Watch Local breaking WBNS CBS 10 News Columbus OH Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream) WBNS-TV 10 Weather Channel Columbus, Ohio, United States Live Online Streaming. WBNS television channel is associated with CBS. It is certified in Columbus, United States. WBNS CBS works as the leading television channel of the Dispatch Telecast Group.
WBNS-TV’s offices and transmitting facilities are co-situated west of Downtown Columbus, near the divergence of the Olentangy and Scioto rivers.
WBNS CBS News started its production on October 5, 1949. WBNS radio had been a CBS Radio Network associate for almost 2 decades. Channel 10 instantly merged with the CBS television network.
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It is presently the ninth longest-tenured CBS associate. Channel 10 has used the on-air labeling of 10TV since 1977. It is also the channel in the country to have had the same holder, call letters, and main network association in overall its history.
The WBNS channels preserve shared ownership with The Columbus Dispatch. The FCC has essentially banned shared ownership of co-situated print and telecast media. This restriction was implemented in the middle 1970s. The Wolfe family were the ones who acquired the Dispatch in 1905. Later on, they ended the newspaper and linked belongings to New Media Investment Group in June 2015.
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WBNS CBS News was recognized for its regionally produced programs Flippo the Clown, Luci’s Toyshop, Franz the Toymaker. These included shows that are offered by popular Columbus Zoo and Aquarium personality Jack Hanna. It was commonly known as Hanna’s Ark. The channel also contained “Fritz the Nite Owl,” who introduced midnight movies during the 1970s. The Sunday state government talk show called Capital Square in the 1990s was also one of the scheduled programs.
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During the 1990s and early years of the time, WBNS-TV was the creator of the 10TV Kids News Network (WSYX ABC 6 News Columbus). It was a regional show which was created by kids, for kids. The half-hour show was broadcasted on Saturday mornings. Several KNN kids have moved out on to track careers in television news or public associations in central Ohio.