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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

In memory of David Horowitz, who died earlier this week at age 81: Here’s a full episode of his show “Fight Back!” from 1992 (near the end of its run); it started as a local show called “California Bu

Part of the graphic package used by Canal 13 in 2001. Includes a transition between programs, where the colorful fire is replaced by a lava-lamp liquid, followed by the presentation of a soap.

It was recorded right after Telenoche on 9/11. There's plenty of coverage from Argentinian cable channels in this video too.

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CBS Sports intro and excerpt of US Open tennis coverage on September 10, 1995,  the day of the big switch in Philadelphia. This excerpt is from KYW, one of the two stations involved in the switch.

 

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Telefe's station ID from the mid-1990s and the intro of the Australian show "It's a Knockout!" (from Network Ten) that the station aired under the name Supermatch for many years. It was a terrific show!

 

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January 4th, 1999: the day when Canal 9 became Azul Televisión. This is the campaign used to launch the new brand.

It was voiced by Luis Albornoz, one of the best announcers in South America.

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Now, for the first time in 2.5 decades (it's been that long since I saw it way back when in 1993), the opening of a syndie movie package called Columbia Night at the Movies (being as I hadn't seen it since I was 12 [that's when I saw it for the first time], my illusions about its nature were shattered, and remarkably so):

 

 

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A portion of the 1998 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony taped from Canal 13, narrated by Gonzalo Bonadeo (June 9, 1998). Includes two promos of the station's coverage of the Cup (see 13:09 and 39:28), calling themselves as "the professionals", and a brief news preview, voiced by the late Débora Pérez Volpin (see 59:27)

 

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A loop used by TVE1 in Spain in 2003, with Moby's theme "Porcelain". This loop aired when the station had technical problems or when it was waiting to join one of its regional services to broadcast local programming.

 

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The intro of ABC's legendary music video show Rage in 1995.
https://archive.org/details/ABC_TV_-_RAGE_intro_ABQ-2_1995
I've always found strange that a program like this aired on the ABC and not in a commercial network like Nine, Seven or Ten, despite Ten had Video Hits and Nightshift.

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3 hours ago, Info Junkie said:

@NESTLEH TheOpensGuy beat you to the punch again:

 

To accommodate this I might update WCVB.

 

EDIT: I should’ve put this in the Classic Vid Thread.

 

I think you need to update all the Boston videos. T.L. Hughes has them from 4 years ago and, of course, updates have been delivered to each since then.

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A 12-minute preview of what was going to be the cable channel Volver, launched by Artear on August 1st, 1994. The channel airs old Argentine TV shows and movies, similar to Decades and MeTV in the US. The music themes for the promos and IDs were composed by Eddie Sierra.

 

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A short commercial block and a station ID from Imparja Television, a small regional network serving remote areas of Australia. This junction is from the late 1980s, when Imparja cherry-picked programs from Seven, Nine and Ten, before becoming an exclusive Nine affiliate in 2008.

 

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5 hours ago, onthesea said:

One of the most bizarre moments on British TV: Des Lynam hosts Grandstand while two guys fight behind him in the control room!

 

That was done on an April 1st edition of GrandStand.  Twas an April Fools joke...

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