Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

First TV broadcast antennas go up at One World Trade Center

Installation of the first of several UHF antennas about 40 feet from the top of 1 World Trade Center’s spire has begun. More antennas will be transferred from the Empire State Building soon, reports Tom Butts of TV Technology. The Empire State Building has housed New York’s television antenna since the terrorist attacks on the Towers in 2001. […]

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Beam of light from 1 World Trade Center

An amateur photographer has captured a shot of an unusual beam of light reflecting from 1 World Trade Center. See it here in a piece from ABC 7.

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9/11 anniversary: He skipped work, helped rebuild

Glenn Guzi of the Port Authority of NY and NJ impulsively skipped work one day. It was September 11, 2001 and he worked on the 68th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center. His company lost 87 employees in the terrorist attacks. Since then, Guzi has been heavily involved in rebuilding efforts. […]

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