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Discussion in 'Classic Video' started by HulkieD, Mar 23, 2007.
KTTC in 1986 with NewScore:
I made it to 250 posts! And at least half of them was on this thread!
The last few minutes of the other Pro News in Texas, KVIA-TV from April of 1982, along with the first minutes of their PM Magazine franchise, using a short version of the 1979 intro:
A YT user looks back at the tornados that hit KOCO-TV 20 years ago this June, including clips of interviews with staff:
A rare unused KNXT intro from 1980, I think this came from a CGI demo reel:
A documentary on BFBS from the early 80s:
WJLA's 11pm newscast from September 4, 2003.
I think this open was used for about a year. Check out the 13:27 mark where Leon Harris is introduced as the station's new evening anchor.
This is from August 8, 1974, the day of the resignation announcement. Here's a longer clip of the same coverage, albeit in black-and-white:
KTTV's weekend news from April 5, 1987:
Some clips from WRC's news in July 1996. 6pm news begins at 3:36. I don't think there was a copy of this open on Youtube before, unless it's buried somewhere in a NewsActive 3 compilation.
That 4 logo with the bump in the lower right is...oddly shaped, for sure.
WGN station ID-1991
WGN Station ID -1991 longer version
WGN Station ID- 1993
WGN Station ID- 1995
The tail end of a WNEM newscast from 1996. I assume the L3’s shown went with the KTUL-like graphics they used at the time.
Here's a reat treat, WNHT from its indie days, including a promo using a jingle package from WTZA, and a news update (before they launced a full news operation during their CBS affiliation):
WPTZ in 1993...in 60 FPS? Yes please!
KTLA, Los Angeles; 10 p.m., 1974:
Don't know if this WEAR 1999 newscast has been posted up in here. I still love this theme and to me its kind of great in a way (but now it kind of stinks with Sinclair also owning WPMI)..but they have been very unique until the Sinclair acquisition.
WHNT 19 Noon News
KMGH in 1985 (60fps!) with coverage of a flash flood in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The open is clipped but it's a nearly full half hour with a young Harry Smith, the Welch Newsmat look and set, and a fantastic close:
A WGN 9pm close from 2003, before they switched to the evening version of the Non-Stop theme.
Great looking set. Also near the end, the first bulletin of news about the crash of Delta 191 - about 15 minutes after it happened.
So Id guess they debuted the Newsmat set and graphics around the summer, as by May they still were using the old set:
WGN, Chicago; news promo, 1996: