What is the Oldest US tv station?

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WRGB-TV Channel 6 in Albany, NY. Dates back to 1928!
wttg - Washington dc, was part of the dumont network that started in 1946, wrgb was started as radio, DuMont was first to be officially "licensed" as a television network.
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