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The main impetus for the merger was to give General Tire a controlling share in the Mutual Radio Network, which was affiliated with and partially owned by WOR and other stations.The merger also raised speculation that Mutual would launch a television network, plans that were discussed since before WOR-TV went on the air but ultimately did not come to fruition.In 1962, the field of independent stations was narrowed to three, as WOR-TV and its competition benefited from the sale of WNTA-TV to the non-profit Educational Broadcasting Corporation, who would convert channel 13 into non-commercial educational station WNDT (which is now PBS member station WNET).For much of the 1960s, WOR-TV was a standard independent station with a schedule composed of some local public affairs shows, off-network programs, children's shows such as Friendly Giant (which later moved to WNDT) and Romper Room (which moved to the station from WNEW-TV in 1966), sporting events, and a large catalog of movies, some of which came from the RKO Radio Pictures film library.It was owned by the Bamberger Broadcasting Service (a division of R. Macy and Company and named after the Bamberger's department store chain), which also operated WOR radio (710 AM) and WOR-FM (98.7, now WEPN-FM).Exactly ten months earlier, Bamberger launched Washington, D.
During the early years of RKO General ownership, WOR-TV moved back to Times Square, and closer to its radio station sisters.Buckley, Jr., moved the program to public television where the program aired until it ended in 1999.In 1968, the station continued to maintain offices at 1440 Broadway, while the station moved to new studio facilities two blocks north at 1481 Broadway.In 1949, the station moved uptown to the newly constructed "9 Television Square" facility on West 67th Street (near the present-day location of WABC-TV's studios).At the start of 1950, Bamberger Broadcasting changed its name to General Teleradio.
On WOR-TV's opening night, a welcome address was read by WOR radio's morning host, John B. However, the audio portion of the speech was not heard because of a technical glitch.