The ownership of KPIX-TV was transferred from the Associated Broadcasters, Inc., to the Westinghouse Electric Corporation on August 2, 1954. A group of twelve executives from both companies and their attorneys attended the signing of the transfer of ownership.
Front Row (L-R): Franklin M. Dumm, KPIX-TV Secretary/Treasurer; Wesley I. Dumm, KPIX-TV President; E.V. Huggins, Westinghouse V.P. of Corporate Affairs; Philip G. Lasky, KPIX-TV V.P. and G.M.; R.C.D. Bell, Assistant to Wesley Dumm.
Back Row (L-R): A.A. McClelland, KPIX
attorney; John W. Steen, Westinghouse attorney; Samuel Taylor, Robert B. Gaylord
and Jack Blume, KPIX attorneys; A. Lawrence Burbank, Westinghouse attorney; and
Thomas Bracken, KPIX attorney.