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In September 1920, a newspaper report noted that "a new high-power station, to operate under a special or commercial license, is being installed at the Westinghouse plant in East Pittsburgh.
It will be used to establish communication between the East Pittsburgh plant and the company branch factories at Cleveland, O., Newark, N.
With the end of the war, the government contracts were canceled.
Promotional announcements described the offering as a joint effort between Westinghouse and its International Radio Telegraph subsidiary, and A. Braun, an International Radio Telegraph officer who was also the president of the Pittsburgh Post and Pittsburgh Sun, made the arrangements for his newspapers to provide election results to the station.