Award winning Journalist Larry Mendte Joins KJWP Me-TV

Wilmington, DE—Award winning Philadelphia journalist Larry Mendte joins Me-TV affiliate KJWP Channel 2 as public affairs director.   Mendte will host two programs, The Delaware Way, and then…And Another Thing with Larry Mendte.

The programs will air back-to-back every Saturday starting at 7pm and then re-air on Sunday morning at 9am.  The Delaware Way will focus on news, current events, and in-depth analysis for the state of Delaware.  And Another Thing will include weekly news, current events, and commentary on a larger scale.

Mendte is well known in the Philadelphia market from when he was the lead anchor at NBC10 and CBS3. He was the first male host of the American syndicated television show Access Hollywood. He also served as Weekend Anchor at WABC-7 in New York. In 2010, Mendte returned to New York working for WPIX-11, where his nightly commentaries were aired on television stations across the country.

Mendte is a member of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Hall of Fame and has over 90 Regional Emmy Awards from the New York, San Diego, Chicago and Philadelphia markets. Larry Mendte is excited to be working with Me-TV and parent group PMCM TV.

PMCM TV LLC is based in Wall Township, NJ. The company’s broadcasting roots go back to 1947 when it became the first broadcaster to put a FM station on the air in New Jersey. PMCM TV LLC is the owner/operator of KVNV, Channel 3, serving the New York City television market, and KJWP Channel 2, serving the Philadelphia television market. KJWP-DT Channel 2, licensed to Wilmington, Delaware began broadcasting over the air on channel 2.1 in 2013.

Me-TV, Memorable Entertainment television, launched nationally in December 2010, is owned and operated by Me-TV National Limited Partnership. Me-TV features a wide range of programming including some of the most beloved television programs ever produced including The Love Boat, M*A*S*H, The Brady Bunch, Columbo, The Honeymooners, Gunsmoke, I Love Lucy, and Hawaii Five-O.