WTXF’s ‘The Q’ To Air In Seven Cities

Fox-owned WTXF Philadelphia’s The Q is going national for a four-week preview this summer, with seven cities around the country set to get a little brotherly love from the locally shot talk show. Starting June 5, Fox O&Os in New York City (WNYW), Los Angeles (KTTV), Atlanta (WAGA), Detroit (WJBK), Phoenix (KUTP), Minneapolis (WFTC), and Charlotte, N.C., (WMYT) will air The Q.

Fox O&Os To Debut Seven Summer Shows

Each will get three-to-six-week runs. Frank Cicha, FTS SVP of programming, said: “Once again, we’re making it a priority to provide fresh options for our viewers during the summer.”


WTXF Bets On Harris To Jumpstart Daytime

The set of The Q, a new daytime talk show at Fox’s Philadelphia O&O, is spacious, airy and quiet as host and producer Quincy Harris, 37, stands in the center. His name scrolls in the background. It’s the realization of a dream he’s had since he was 12. The Q follows a national trend in which station groups are using in-house talent for daytime slots instead of banking on big names like Katie Couric, Queen Latifah and Meredith Vieira, all of whom hosted syndicated talks shows that were canceled.


WTXF Launching ‘The Q’ With Quincy Harris

Fox-owned WTXF Philadelphia (DMA 4) will debut “The Q,” a half-hour local variety/talk show, on Sept. 12. Hosted by the station’s long time Good Day Philadelphia personality and radio DJ […]