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  1. The last segment of the late night replay of a WTSP 11pm newscast from 1985, followed by the sign-off itself, read by longtime Tampa radio personality Roger P. Schulman: FYI, I'm FB friends with the guy who gave the tape of this to @WFTV Channel 9!
  2. Easy one, that's News 80's by VTS Productions, which was known for years on the NMSA as the WLOX 1989 News Theme.
  3. Here's a full WTOV newscast from November 1989. I've never heard this cut of The One To Watch before!
  4. WLFL didn't have news in 1982 (and wouldn't for many years), but they did use TNI&NI+ for promos:
  5. Are you going to be spamming us with multiple types of this? If you do, I'll have to report you.
  6. It took well over a year. but bigOplabax finally uploaded some retro KPTM material, this one from about two months into their existance, with lots TVbD graphics (when the company was in their prime!):
  7. A rerun of a later CBS episode of Captain Kangaroo which originally aired Christams Eve 1983, it begins with a KTSP sign on:
  8. Lots of KDKA promos (many new to YT, including the full Renaissance 2 promo!) dating back to the 1980's, beginning with a raw news open:
  9. Just as soon as come back from vacation there noting that they haven't changed graphics in years, they change it. Last week, I expected a change was going to happen soon since in the main open they were no longer had the "Your Suncoast News-We're Here For You" part.
  10. I'm staying with my aunt and uncle on Anna Maria Island right now, and it should be noted that WWSB never switched to the last Raycom package and is STILL using the graphics they had under its last years with Calkins! I would assume Gray will soon replace it with one of their packages?
  11. A real gold mine! Dave Johnson has uploaded several newscasts from his time as anchor at KZTV in Corpus Christi during the early/mid 1990s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQp94vvk4KY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3W6tctQEFvs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdCCLwrjAuw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMstXuHEeTw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABuSnOSlYKc After KZTV, Dave was 5pm anchor for KGBT, heres a newscast from September 19, 1997 (which followed Jeopardy's 3000th episode, fun fact, NONE of the RGV's TV stations carried Wheel of Fortune back then, not even newsless KVEO!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruqW4K8M2jo And the intro to that nights CBS Evening News, as well as the 10pm newscast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4q0ryGr-Tq4
  12. Who has it in Tallahassee and Panama City?
  13. A full KXAN 10pm newscast from March 15, 1990, as taken from the 1am rebroadcast. Unfortunately, the sign-off wasn't on the tape, the recording cut off during a community affairs segment called COPS (how long do you think that tiltle lasted for before getting sued by the show?):
  14. Nice way of distancing them selves from MyZombieTV while still maintainging the MyXX name. I'd expected them to bring back the old Q58 name they had during their UPN and early WB days.
  15. How is WMAL-FM 105.9 doing? I think that's where Mix and Jack Diamond are going. Also, you wouldn't possibly celebrate the last day of WPLJ without making some of this? I'll bet this will be their final song.
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