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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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WPTV began broadcasting on Aug. 22, 1954 under the call letters WJNO-TV. The station's first News Director was Bill Gordon.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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When Bill Gordon was a child, he would go around the community and gather news, then call the local radio station, WJNO, and tell them what's going onPhoto by: Family of Bill Gordon
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Letter from FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to Bill Gordon in 1971, praising the station for its coverage.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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President John F. Kennedy arrives in Palm Beach County in 1954 for back surgery.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon
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President John F. Kennedy arrives in Palm Beach County in 1954 for back surgery.Photo by: Family of Bill Gordon