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Home economist Betty Feezor had a highly successful career as host of her Charlotte-based homemaking show on WBTV's Channel 3 from 1953 to 1977. Her friendly demeanor and delicious recipes endeared her to viewers of Channel 3. The show began broadcasting two days a week, but soon expanded to a full week. The show featured cooking, as well as sewing, needlepoint, and other homemaking tips. The Betty Feezor Show holds the honor of being the country's first television program to be taped and broadcast in color. Feezor was diagnosed with brain and lung cancer in 1977 and died in 1978.