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It was the spring of 1962. WRBL and WTVM joined forces to have a TV tower built that would serve both stations. The FCC approved the construction of the tower in Cusseta. When it was finished, the tower rose to a height of 1,749 feet, the tallest manmade structure in the world at the time. It was acknowledged assuch by the Guinness Book of World Records. Former WRBL General Manager Don Nahley was an account executive in those days. He says they took clients out to the site to celebrate the ... More>>
As WRBL celebrates 60 years of broadcasting, we are choosing to bring back some stories from our archives that showcase some of our most beloved TV personalities down through the years. This story More>>
This week's News 3 Neighbors story focuses on one of our longtime employees, Margaret Johnson. Margaret started to work for WRBL in 1957. We had only been on the air a little over three years. More>>
This week's News 3 Neighbor is a weekly volunteer with the Open Door showering program in Columbus. More>>
This week's News 3 Neighbors segment features an 83-year old Columbus man who still enjoys playing competitive softball. More>>
This week's News 3 Neighbor features a volunteer tram driver and tour guide for the National Infantry Museum. More>>