Quoted is a love letter to New York from the people who live in this magical city. Quoted will introduce you to 10 wonderful, warm and weird New Yorkers who generously opened their doors and lives. What are their stories? How do they live? What are their hidden gems? What does the city look like through their eyes?
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The station first signed on the air on October 8, , as WNBQ ; it was the fourth television station to sign on in Chicago. WNBQ initially broadcast a minimum of two hours of programming per day. The station originally proposed WNBY as its call letters. Television critics referred to the broadcasts—often low-budget with few celebrity guests but a good deal of inventiveness—as examples of the "Chicago School of Television".
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Linda Yu born December 1, is an Asian-American former news anchor and author. Once in the United States, Yu and her family lived in Pennsylvania for four years, Indiana for two, and finally settling in California when Yu was twelve years old. After a few months in Oregon, Yu moved back to California where she landed a job as general assignment reporter and back—up anchor at KGO-TV , in San Francisco; where she worked until In August , A news report Yu did helped with the introduction of state legislation to protect residents from uninsured motorists.