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  1. I can't even begin to process *THIS*! WCKT's (WSVN) Sunday Night News '76 With Carmel Cafiero.
    3 points
  2. Truth to be told. Absolutely no one. In the age of streaming and all of that I believe the only way how stations like KDNL and WTWC ever sees newscasts again on their stations is through regional consolidation of TV stations.
    2 points
  3. Three new R&Os today (7/2). WYES (11 > 28) KBOI (9 > 20) KVAL (13 > 28)
    1 point
  4. 1 point
  5. WTWC, WXLV, and KDNL deserves better station owners than that s**thole company they called Sinclair.
    1 point
  6. Have we had video of the 1 minute version of "Memphis & Channel 3" yet? If not, here it is! This channel also has other neat Memphis stuff, including a dual sign-on for WLMT & WMTU from 1990: And a post-TVX influence id for WMKW, WCAY in Nashville had a similar ID: And some WMC newsbreaks from 1992/93 for good measure:
    1 point
  7. Didn't realize for that period they were using throwback OTS from the mid-late 80s - with the bold Helvetica italic and shiny outline. Now looking back, the whole thing - open with a big 3D effect and talent shots, simple lower thirds, was a bit of a throwback to 'what worked' before the tabloid style of 93. Would have been great if they went back that that 80s style '4' logo.
    1 point
  8. Some rare classic, over-the-air, TV DX & other stuff. From 1966!
    1 point
  9. Paul Moyer and Colleen Williams on Southern California's #1 News, the Channel 4 News, taped 2/10/99
    1 point
  10. This amazing piece of Yakima history has returned to YouTube. Personal story about this tape: When T.J. Close passed away in 2019, I was asked by Stu Seibel himself to make a copy of this video to DVD for T.J.'s family in Arizona who had never seen this broadcast. They were very pleased to get a DVD copy of this. It is sad to hear about a news legend passing away, but knowing that his memories will be handed down to another generation of the Close family makes me feel great, the public service that I do for those in Yakima and elsewhere. And did I mention Stu? KIMA News
    1 point
  11. Some signoffs from WQEX-TV, ca. 1990's.
    1 point
  12. That '77 KING/KOMO compilation is awesome. Especially seeing a young Connie Thompson reporting on prostitution, and a younger Bruce King at the KOMO sports desk. Amazing find!
    1 point
  13. WQEX "News Breaks" 1991. (Try not to laugh ) KDKA TV & Radio Promos 1979 KPLR 1991 9 O'clock News KTVI partial 5pm. News 1991 WFLA Newswatch 8 11pm 1990
    1 point
  14. KING/KOMO 1977 Newscasts WTTV 1981 News promo WKYC 1983 News Close (You've Got A Friend) 2 WSBT Eyewitness News clips from 1985 (skip to 4:30 heading to commercial break) (Skip to 8:44)
    1 point
  15. To be honest, he actually looks 10 years younger than he really is. I'm surprised at his age he actually still wants to deal with so much drama on the set. I got to wonder if that's why Jerry Springer wanted to move to a courtroom environment.
    1 point
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