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TV Notes: 1/27/01

Saturday, January 27, 2001

By Rob Owen, Post-Gazette TV Editor

NEW WTAE REPORTER: Meghan Jones joins WTAE-TV Monday, where she'll work as the station's morning traffic reporter Thursdays and Fridays (Ellen Gamble remains on duty Mondays through Wednesdays). She'll also be a reporter Thursdays, Fridays and on weekends.

Jones, a Pittsburgh-area native who graduated from Duquesne University and is currently in the school's law degree program, comes to WTAE from WTRF in Wheeling, where she was a reporter/anchor.

MASS TELEVISED: WBGN, a low-power TV station available in Allegheny County on Channel 59 and carried by Adelphia, Armstrong and AT&T cable systems, has begun broadcasting noon services weekdays from St. Mary of Mercy Church, Downtown. The Rev. John O'Toole leads the service, which is produced for television by Lois Elder.

WBGN has made other schedule changes. Beginning Monday, "Technology Today," about advances in consumer and business technology, will air. Its permanent time slot will be 9 p.m. starting the second week of February, but Monday it will air at 6:30 p.m. due to basketball.

"Cheaters," a reality show about undercover investigators, will run twice a week: 8 p.m. Tuesdays and 10 p.m. Sundays.

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