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WTTW Channel 11 - "Snowblower Lineup" (Station ID, 1981)

Here's a station ID and slide from WTTW Channel 11 - this one listing some of their program offerings.

Voiceover by Marty Robinson.

"Sesame Street. Nova. Chicago Week In Review. Image Union. Masterpiece Theatre. They're all here on WTTW Channel 11 Chicago."

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, January 3rd 1981 @ a little before 2pm!

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I remember seeing the host of "Chicago Week in Review" (can't remember his name--Joel something) walking into town from Union Station. I'd've struck up a conversation, but it was a typical Chicago winter day (i.e. colder than Kelsey's you-know-what) and all I could think of was getting inside. That was a really good show. Is it still on the air?

Any "Image Union" clips out there?

Comment posted by ro46214 on Thursday, February 12th 2009 at 8:02am.

Ro - Joel Weisman is his name. :-)

I have some Image Union clips here - do a search for it. I should post more though.

Comment posted by FuzzyMemories on Thursday, February 12th 2009 at 9:25am.

Thanks, Fuzzy! It actually came to me later. I'll check for "Image Union" clips; that show was classic.
Comment posted by ro46214 on Thursday, February 12th 2009 at 1:55pm.

Anyone know when they began using that particular logo?

Meaning the 11.

Comment posted by MIKEPROSPECT on Saturday, July 11th 2009 at 2:24pm.

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