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I am going to share something you need to see; it's a video of the CBS NBA wraparounds that aired as part of game four of the 1990 NBA Eastern Finals. In the video, it features legendary CBS Sports an

The Turn Back the Clock game that FOX broadcasted in 2000. Very interesting to see now and to see the changes from 2000 to 2019

Also in memory of Phyllis, here's the Week 2 1981 edition of The NFL Today on CBS:   And also football-related, here are two vintage editions of an NFL highlight show from 1954 on

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Speaking of sports, here are some rare satellite feeds posted recently:

 

1988 NBA All-Star Game:

 

 

 

 

4th quarter and post-game, 1987 NBA Finals game 6 (Celtics/Lakers):

 

 

Raw feeds of the '86 and '96 MLB All-Star Games:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1984 Los Angeles Olympics men's marathon, again from the raw ABC satellite feed:

 

 

 

 

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Apparently, ESPN had their own NCAA Today show in the early 90s, this one more of a general news magazine about the NCAA (w/Ron Franklin), instead of the college gridiron studio show that CBS had in the early 80s w/Brent Musburger, Pat O'Brien and Ara Parseghian that had The in the title.

 

 

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From WFLD, a promo for the November 17, 1986 edition of the first official FOX series; the Late Show with Joan Rivers. Featured guests included Susan Lucci and Randy Travis 

 

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On 12/29/2020 at 3:41 AM, Yankees4life said:

Didn't know ESPN recycled their old College Basketball theme for their NBA coverage back in the days

 

 

Nor did I know that ESPN had NBA coverage in 1997-- I thought it returned in 2002 when ABC got the NBA network coverage back!

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Nor did I know that ESPN had NBA coverage in 1997-- I thought it returned in 2002 when ABC got the NBA network coverage back!

This is ESPN International's coverage of the NBA.

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3 hours ago, Yankees4life said:

This is ESPN International's coverage of the NBA.

 

Wow! Did not know that. I only read ESPN, so I thought ESPN here in North America got it back. Learn something new every day.

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Highway Patrol (Australian documentary/reality show about the Highway Patrol Down Under):

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTXVoeX9e24&list=PL_KQjFE9NyNsPg4Y-9UM7Buj4l901dULs&index=2

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Couple more TNT uploads. Apparently for a time TNT would do feature segments called In-Between that aired in between movies, such as this one focusing on short films 

 

Also a promo for the 1990 edition of the Goodwill Games 

 

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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! https://archive.org/details/wofl-35-commercials-september-1984-a

Commercials from a Hong Kong Phooey and Godzilla aircheck off WRC-4 on January 17th, 1981. Looks like a multi-generation recording. The oldest Saturday morning stuff I've ever found. (When I still had YT, I got a thank you note from someone who had been looking for that Time Out segment because he was one of the kids that was filmed!) - https://archive.org/details/wrc-nbc-commercials-1-17-1981-sat-morning

ABC's Eye on Hollywood from August 13th, 1984, a short-lived entertainment newsmagazine airing after Nightline. Feature segment is on KDOC's Hot Seat with Wally George. Taped off KAPP Yakima w/ ads. - https://archive.org/details/capture-a-36 https://archive.org/details/capture-a-37

My local KIMA 29 Yakima signing off the air at 12:15AM on Oct 28th, 1991. Longtime weatherman Stu Seibel (now retired) announces - https://archive.org/details/capture-a-55

KPRC's Ron Stone hosting two episodes of The Eyes of Texas, a short-lived Texas travel magazine. First from late 1987 (partial), second from 1/2/1988. w/ ads - https://archive.org/details/capture-a-114 https://archive.org/details/capture-a-121

 

Lots more to come as I slowly move my collection over.

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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-off is a compilation of Yakima and Cascades scenes set to Sting's instrumental 'Dream of the Blue Turtles'. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-195

 

Promos and trailers on Guest Cinema, a PPV service on C-Band operated by Request TV for the purpose of the hotel/motel industry. This came from a recording of Bull Durham, around 1988. According to charts from Satellite TV Week, they had two feeds on Satcom F4, scrambled. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-247

 

More rare pay-per-view, from First Run ('the TVRO movie service'), which was carried on Galaxy 2, tp 4. These promos, some of which look very outdated (like from the '70s!), were aired before a September 25th, 1989 broadcast of 'Tequila Sunrise.'

https://archive.org/details/capture-a-185 

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1 hour ago, VHSgoodiesWA said:

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-off is a compilation of Yakima and Cascades scenes set to Sting's instrumental 'Dream of the Blue Turtles'. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-195

 

Promos and trailers on Guest Cinema, a PPV service on C-Band operated by Request TV for the purpose of the hotel/motel industry. This came from a recording of Bull Durham, around 1988. According to charts from Satellite TV Week, they had two feeds on Satcom F4, scrambled. https://archive.org/details/capture-a-247

 

More rare pay-per-view, from First Run ('the TVRO movie service'), which was carried on Galaxy 2, tp 4. These promos, some of which look very outdated (like from the '70s!), were aired before a September 25th, 1989 broadcast of 'Tequila Sunrise.'

https://archive.org/details/capture-a-185 

I remember seeing that KIMA sign off on YouTube years ago. That sign off ran after Headline News, FX The Series and Team Knight Rider.

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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.

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