PIA LINDSTROM: In addition to her duties as a reporter and occasional anchor, just prior to beginning her long stint as arts and entertainment critic at New York television station WNBC-TV (Channel 4) from 1973 to 1997, Pia Lindstrom, in the early 1970's, had been a reporter and occasional anchor for rival WCBS-TV (Channel 2), the flagship station of the CBS network which aired "WML?" from 1950 to 1967. Miss Lindstrom's most recent local TV gig, as recent as 2003, was with WNYW (Channel 5). As of 2006, she is a voiceover artist.
More information about her tenure at San Francisco station KGO-TV can be found in the notes to EPISODE #864 of June 4, 1967. - W-B (2007 & 2008)
Pia Lindstrom is the daughter of actress Ingrid Bergman. At the time of this original 1966 broadcast, Pia was with KGO-TV (ABC Channel 7) in San Francisco, CA. Later, she was seen for many years in New York on WNBC-TV (Channel 4) during their newscasts. A little over seven years after this episode of "WML?" aired, on April 15, 1974, WNBC became the first station to air on a regular basis a then-unheard of two-hour local newscast, as their newscast expanded on weeknights to 5:00-7:00 PM local time, under the banner of "NewsCenter 4." - Walt (2004) with additional information by W-B (2007)