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Photo Slideshow: Columbus Chamber visits WRBL for anniversary

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As WRBL television celebrates 60 years of broadcasting, the Columbus Chamber of Commerce visited the station Tuesday for "A.M. Connections."

Station staff and on-air personalities had breakfast with local business owners and employees. WRBL Vice President David Hart, News Director Perry Boxx and Chief Meteorologist Bob Jeswald lead tours of the building.

WRBL marks its 60th anniversary Friday and you can see more anniversary happens at http://wrbl.com/60.

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