So, SelecTV was seen in other markets, hmm? In L.A., this subscription TV service was carried over KWHY Channel 22 during the PM hours and weekends. Oddly enough, KWHY is currently part of the NBC/Telemundo duopoly with former ON TV affiliate KVEA Channel 52. Small world, huh? Comment posted by RocketBoy on Sunday, May 30th 2010 at 6:19am.
And of course, ON TV was shown in Chicago on . . . WSNS Channel 44. Comment posted by W.B. on Sunday, May 30th 2010 at 3:03pm.
I remember SelecTV!!!!!! My family used to get that in Benton Harbor!!!! Comment posted by MichiganFan on Sunday, May 30th 2010 at 9:59pm.
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The eye line of the man in this commercial bothers me. I had some TDK SA cassettes from this era, but with no cases. Does it sound like the jingle was on tape and wasn't up to speed when it started playing?
I miss the third floor book department of the former Marshall Fields. It was good even when it was moved to the basement but the Barbara's Books that's down there now is a mere shadow of what used to be there. The Fields book department had the same dorky-looking guys working there for years. I wonder what ever happened to all of them.
Jolly Roger Bradfield was a cool guy. He designed cereal boxes for General Mills and created the Keebler Elves. He illustrated many of the early Sesame Street books and also wrote a sequel to the Pickle Chiffon Pie book many years later.
I remember watching The Storyteller as a little tyke as early as the early 1960s. Does anyone know of the history of this show? What year was it first broadcast, air-schedule, etc? Was Val Bettin the only actor to play the role?