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Here’s a treat. WTVF circa 1977. Equipment bloopers. A very Scrippsy set decades before they’d actually own this station. There’s Chris Clark, of course; and, is that Dave Kaylor in Music City?! 

 

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10 hours ago, TheOneManHerd said:

Here’s a treat. WTVF circa 1977. Equipment bloopers. A very Scrippsy set decades before they’d actually own this station. There’s Chris Clark, of course; and, is that Dave Kaylor in Music City?!

 

 

Yes, that is Dave Kaylor. One of his co-anchors was Oprah in Nashville. 

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So tantalizingly close to a KUTV mid-80s open but, alas, not yet... There is a KSL one and a KUTV segment with 5 seconds of a bumper theme.

 

 

This clip has even less news presentation material, but there are some excerpts from KUTV's short-lived First News early evening newscast and tosses to Randall Carlisle in the KUTV newsroom:

 

 

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6 hours ago, Ramona said:

So tantalizingly close to a KUTV mid-80s open but, alas, not yet... There is a KSL one and a KUTV segment with 5 seconds of a bumper theme.

 

 

This clip has even less news presentation material, but there are some excerpts from KUTV's short-lived First News early evening newscast and tosses to Randall Carlisle in the KUTV newsroom:

 

 

KSL meanwhile is using News 88 a LOT earlier than I thought. Maybe they were the commissioners?

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4 hours ago, Info Junkie said:

KSL meanwhile is using News 88 a LOT earlier than I thought. Maybe they were the commissioners?

 

Copyright Office entries show a 1984 creation date. I'm not sure who originated the original package, though KGTV (which used the v1) did commission a v2 update with its TVbD graphics.

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Some good WCBD and ABC content from 1986. Includes a couple WCBD promos, at the start, 11:45 and 19:00 plus an ABC news brief. 

 

 

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Various reports from the 3 Ft. Smith stations newscasts from June 1985, beginning with the open to KHBS/KTVP's NewsCenter Nightbeat: 

 

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Henry, thanks for sharing these rare clips. I love the KPOM clips, because it features a rare look at “24 Express News” during the 1980s. Elizabeth Alex would later anchor in Kansas City. And it features a rare look at “NewsCenter NightBeat” with anchor Jerry Overton.

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WHDH newscast 1992

 

WGGB TV 40 News 1996

 

WOI-TV News 5 1998

 

KSTP Eyewitness News 1988

 

A couple of vintage WFMY material.

 

 

 

 

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KPIX Eyewitness News in early 1985:

 

And some KPRC from 1987...

 

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This WTVD break from 1984 shows a combination of the then-new italicized “11” logo (with Welch graphics and KING theme) and the non-italicized “11 Together” logo. Little did they know Cap Cities was a year shy of getting sucked up by ABC...

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Interesting KXTV promo from 1988 with the Spirit of California logo and the "streaks" graphics they had debuted earlier that year.

 

 

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On 5/17/2019 at 12:51 AM, Chris Hadley said:

On the Internet Archive is a huge collection of Koppel-era Nightline broadcasts, via the Vanderbilt TV News Archive:

 

https://archive.org/details/godaneinbox?&and[]=subject%3A"ABC Nightline"

 

From 1980-83 and 1988-89, the Cronkite/Rather era CBS Evening News:

 

https://archive.org/details/cbseveningnews-1980

 

Late '60s ABC Evening News, plus World News Tonight (1980, 1991, 1993, 1998-99):

 

https://archive.org/details/godaneinbox?&and[]=subject%3A"ABC Evening News"

 

As previously posted on the Marion Stokes documentary thread in the tape room, here is some of what's been digitized already:

 

https://archive.org/details/stokestvarchiveexperiment

The link seems to have been deleted.

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1 hour ago, Jared DiCarlo said:

The link seems to have been deleted.

 

Just saw. Thanks for pointing that out. The Marion Stokes link still works, though.

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"This is KAUZ channel 6, Wichita Falls-Lawton, Texoma's choice for news. This is 6 News First." A whole era of KAUZ we didn't have has appeared!

 

 

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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?):

 

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