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Kaiser Broadcasting Company (ID #2, 1977)

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Here's a different Kaiser Broadcasting ID than the one we just saw - this one is a few months older and by this time they had upgraded to an animated one. Same music and voiceover though.

We can probably assume that the exact same ID would air on WFLD during this period.

Voiceover by ??

"KBC - The Kaiser Broadcasting Company"

This aired on local Detroit TV on ...

Kaiser Broadcasting Company (ID #1, 1977)

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Here it is at long last! A complete Kaiser Broadcasting ID! I wish I could say this was from a Chicago recording, but it actually comes from a tape made off of one of WFLD's sister stations - WKBD Channel 50 in Detroit.

As you can hear at the end of this clip (in an extremely brief snippet) - the same music was used in the WFLD one, so it's very likely that they were identical (except perhaps for the ...

WFLD Channel 32 - Mission: Impossible - "Break!" (Bumper Excerpt, 1977)

Views: 880

Here's something pretty rare and cool, though it's only very brief - an excerpt of a bumper from Mission: Impossible on WFLD Channel 32 during the Kaiser Broadcasting era! If you pause the video near the end you can see a stylized slide of Peter Graves along with the show name and WFLD Kaiser logo.

Rarer than a Hen's tooth, this stuff is. ;-)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, April 1st 1977 during the 9pm to 10pm timeframe.

WFLD Channel 32 - The Honeymooners (Bumper with VO, 1977)

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Here's a return bumper for The Honeymooners on WFLD Channel 32 featuring the old Kaiser Broadcasting era artwork.

Voiceover by Bud Kelly.

"The Honeymooners continues on Channel 32..."

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 7th 1977.

WFLD Channel 32 - Weather Alert (1978?)

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Here's an emergency weather alert from WFLD Channel 32, advising of "severe snowstorms and travelers advisories."

Notice at the end, the Kaiser-era "32" logo, plus the use of various weights of the Avant Garde typeface, that typified the station's "look" within its 1973-77 interregnum under Kaiser Broadcasting ownership, plus the first year or so after Field Communications reasserted control.

The music that opened this segment and was heard throughout this aler...

WFLD Channel 32 - America 2 Night (Bumper Excerpts #1, 1978)

Views: 896

Here's a brief glimpse at a couple commercial bumpers from America 2 Night on WFLD Channel 32 from 1978 - still featuring the Kaiser-era logo.

The first one, before it gets cut off, features the zooming show name and WFLD logo - an effect they used for many years on a variety of shows.

The second one, sounds like it has a special ID voiceover by Martin Mull made specifically for WFLD - sure sounds like his voice to me, anyway.

This aired on local...

WFLD Channel 32 - Mission: Impossible - "Break!" (On-Screen Station ID, 1977)

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Here's a nice example of the Kaiser Broadcasting era on-screen station ID for WFLD Channel 32, during an episode of Mission: Impossible.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, April 1st 1977 during the 9pm to 10pm timeframe.

WFLD Channel 32 - Emergency One (Promo, 1977-78)

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Here's a promo for Emergency One (original syndicated title for the 1972-77 series Emergency!) on WFLD Channel 32. This promo, with no voiceover, starts off with the station's then-current "Look At Us!" slogan (with Kaiser-era logo) and shows short segments from various Emergency! episodes.

Since this was from a master tape we can only assume that it would have had a voiceover by Ron Beattie and a super of the WFLD logo and show name at the end, when it ac...

The Lost Snipets - "Spinning Tops" (A FuzzyMemories Re-Creation)

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I had some additional Snipets segments but they were transferred from 16mm film and did not have the opening and closing on them. So, I did a little editing job and added them in. This was an early one, notice it's only 30 seconds long as opposed to the usual 1 minute length that most were in later years. I found something cool to add to this - the circa 1975 title for Snipets, during the Kaiser Broadcasting era! Notice it is a little different from the Field era one that took over...