Jump to content
×
×
  • Create New...

VHSgoodiesWA

Member
  • Content Count

    25
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

7 Neutral

About VHSgoodiesWA

  • Rank
    Assignment Editor

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Recent re-uploads from the YouTube purge. KIMA News Weekend Edition, taped February 2nd, 2003 with Michelle Perreault, Mike McCabe WX and Kyle Draper's sports. Mike McCabe is still working at KEPR/KIMA as the chief meteorologist... https://archive.org/details/capture-a-440 KIMA News at 5 from a couple weeks later, February 19th, 2003. Sten Walstrom, Roxeanne Vainuku and Stu Seibel WX. Loved this old set of the Yakima Valley. Looked pretty good for market #114. Too bad it's cheapened down to the logo on TVs behind Jake Taylor nowadays... https://archive.org/det
  2. Sonny Melendrez hosting about half of an episode of 'You and Me, Kid', an early Disney Channel show targeted towards very young children and their parents with activities and play. Rerun taped 3/11/1989. (When I had my old YT account, Disney never messed with those broadcasts, thankfully.) https://archive.org/details/capture-a-407 KRBC Abilene signing off the air one Sunday night in December 1995. They left that ID bumper on all night, as I fast-forwarded to the end of the tape (~30 minutes past sign-off) and it was still there. https://archive.org/details/capture-a
  3. Out my way, we used to have Northwest Backroads with Grant Goodeve, ex-'Eight is Enough'. KING-TV produced it for many years and it also ran on KGW, KREM and NWCN. Well produced, just like their weeknight counterpart, Evening Magazine. They stopped airing new episodes about 8 years ago and I don't think it repeats on any of the NW TEGNA stations anymore. More goodies, ex-YouTube. KCOP Los Angeles signs off for literally 15 minutes after a very late movie and comes back on again. Two parts, sign-off then sign-on with part of 'In Studio,' a public affairs program. Taped a
  4. Dennis Bounds went to the co-anchor slot with Jean a couple of years later on KING. I miss seeing both of those folks on TV. Albeit, our family watched KOMO a lot more than 5 or 7. Dan & Kathi = best Seattle TV anchor pairing *ever*! Meanwhile, back to the Archive for a couple of goodies once found on YouTube. Starting with part of a 1992 USA First Business broadcast with Barton Eckert. He passed away last May. First Business aired at 6:30am ET before Cartoon Express. Later, USA replaced it with 1 1/2 or 2 hours of Bloomberg. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-335
  5. KING 5 News at 5:00, the afternoon before the 1992 election. Jean Enersen, Barry Judge, Jeff Renner, Tony Ventrella...a classic Seattle anchor lineup. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-267 KMBC 9 News open from either late 1987 or early 1988 with Laurie Everett and Larry Moore. Top story: a fatal shooting near the Leavenworth federal penitentiary. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-284
  6. Yes, KIMA aired all of those shows on Sunday nights that year. CBS stopped their Sunday night news in August or September of '97, and until March of 2000 did not run weekend news, so they continued to air syndicated programming after primetime.
  7. Classic American Movie Classics promos from August 1988 with the late Bob Dorian. He was the 'face of AMC' for many years. Bob passed away about two years ago. This was back when AMC was not 24 hours. They would run two movies and then repeat them. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-248 Brief clip from The Weather Channel taped Christmas Day 2002 with Warren Madden and Jennifer Lopez. Included is some commercials and a satellite LOT8s - https://archive.org/details/capture-a-204 KIMA Yakima signs off the air around 1:30am on 12/8/1997. Included during the sign-of
  8. KMBC 9 News from October 22nd, 1988, including Lloyd Bentsen's visit to K.C. Partial. - https://archive.org/details/capture-a-234 KPDX Fox 49 News at 10 (partial), 6/2/2001 with Mark Glyzewski, not too long before the UPN-FOX affiliation swap between 12 (KPTV) and 49. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-243
  9. That is what I will do, Jim. I am really hoping in the near-future to archive everything and donate my collection to the Yakima Valley Museum, and possibly break ground on an exhibit highlighting Yakima TV history. I'm up to nearly 200 re-uploaded videos on Internet Archive, and nearly a week in...no reply from YouTube/Google regarding the appeal for VHSgoodiesWA3 and VHSgoodiesWA4. They had 1 strike and 0 strikes respectfully. Taken down unfairly and at a major cost to my hobby, time, and to my 1000s of subscribers. I had just reached 10K on 'VHSgoodiesWA3' a few days prior.
  10. KHOU 11 News, 2/26/1986, prior to Chip Moody moving to WFAA Dallas. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-160
  11. WAVY... I have a gazillion TNT clips to re-upload on Internet Archive (after YouTube destroyed all of my channels). I often find TNT recordings at estate sales, of old movies from the 1940s-60s. I have TNT content going back to their first week on the air, a rebroadcast of Gone with the Wind (not the original broadcast from launch night). I will share some Internet Archive 're-uploads' with y'all in this thread...ones that would be rather interesting. Classic WOFL Orlando breaks from 1984, including a promo with Jim Varney playing Ernest P. Worrell...hey Vern! http
  12. I am. And of course, as y'all know, YouTube not only took down that channel for three strikes but decided to make me as miserable as possible, yanking the rest of my channels the night after that. So everything is up to Archive, until I get the appeal verdict back on channels '3' and '4'...the only two that can be saved as the original VHSgoodies is gone for good. The Jenny Jones clips were on channel '3' IIRC. The 1992 episode came from KIVI Boise, and I had some '93 clips from KNDO...
  13. While I am waiting for YouTube's response to my appeal following my channel takedowns, I have re-posted numerous newscasts to my Internet Archive account (VHSgoodiesWA3). Bear with me, because I don't know, and don't think I can, post a thumbnail to an Internet Archive video. KMBC 9 News clip from July or August 1993 - https://archive.org/details/kmbc-9-news-clip-c.-july-or-august-1993 Full ABC Nightline from 8/13/1984, recapping the Olympics and the bomb scare,off KAPP 35 Yakima - https://archive.org/details/capture-a-32 https://archive.org/details/capture-a-33 A KBAK-29
  14. I've gotten up to 100 videos re-uploaded to Internet Archive. Tons more coming as I wait for the appeal reply.
  15. My problem with suing is that the copyright people will nearly always win. Better just to either hope the appeal goes through and I get two of the three channels back... OR I fold completely, go to internet Archive and for the next 6-8 months rapidly upload everything I have minus anything 'questionable'. Of course the latter option means a massive loss in views and reactions compared to YouTube. Some of my videos got over 50,000 views, and 100s of likes. Plus most of the public would likely use YouTube vs. the Internet Archive for classic TV footage. YouTube is 'THE vi

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. By using TVNewsTalk you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.