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The channel 3 facility in Philadelphia is one of the world's oldest television stations. It began in as W3XEan experimental station owned by Philadelphia's Philco Dick wolf talking to cbs
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. When the station began operations as W3XE, it was based within Philco's production plant, at C and East Tioga streets in North Philadelphiacomplete with a small studio and transmitter. The station signed on for the first time on September 1. Philco then moved WPTZ's studios to the penthouse suite dick wolf talking to cbs
the Architect's Building, at 17th and Sansom streets in downtown Philadelphia, while retaining master control facilities at the Philco plant.