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  1. Just saw an ad during the newscast that there will be an Action News 50th anniversary TV special on Thursday, June 18 at 8PM. https://twitter.com/6abc/status/1270339959359262723?cxt=HHwWhsC-2czdk6EjAAAA
    3 points
  2. WBZ Eyewitness News cut in 1981 KNOE TV 8 News 1988 KLAX Cenla 31 News 1988
    2 points
  3. WHEC in 1989 touting the switch to NBC:
    1 point
  4. Back up the truck...it's clips of WJW 12/24/95 and late August '96! By the time of the stuff after a few minutes in, the station was starting to go verbally by "Fox 8" and "Fox 8 Is News"...and was on a temporary set... This might be the best of several late 90s WJW clips on the channel though: the first four minutes are the ultra-rare "Fox 8 Is News"!
    1 point
  5. You might have seen the FTV Live story about someone spamming the Nexstar breaking news email list with their side business. It came from a WXIN employee. Cheers to the weight loss, though.
    1 point
  6. In memory of Dick Johnson. This 1983 WLS Eyewitness News at 6pm was anchored by Joel Daly and Dick Johnson filling in for the ailing Fahey Flynn. RIP Dick and Godspeed.
    1 point
  7. 1992 Los angeles riots (some you have never seen before) The last clip appears to be glitchy.
    1 point
  8. Logo design aside (though I am a fan), props have to be given for any station willing to go with a color scheme that isn't the tired "dominant blue, red/yellow accents". WPSG had a fantastic set of green/blue graphics when they were producing their own morning show (separate from KYW). They also had a great red variant of the early CBS O&O graphics.
    1 point
  9. I haven't seen anything more, but this tweet appeared today.
    0 points
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