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WFLD Channel 32 - The Barry Farber Show (Opening, 1977)

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Here's the opening titles for The Barry Farber Show which aired on WFLD Channel 32.

Farber, a veteran talk radio host usually based in New York City, was intended as a replacement for the late Lou Gordon whose long-running discussion show The Lou Gordon Program, based out of WFLD's sister station WKBD Channel 50 in Detroit and shown on other Kaiser stations including Channel 32, ended with Gordon's death on May 24th 1977.

However, Farber's show,...

WBBM Channel 2 - "Have Your Children Done Their Homework?" (Station ID, 1979)

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Here's a station ID slide from WBBM Channel 2 with the "Project Learning" logo and a voiceover message (by Bob Carrington) asking if your children had done their homework yet. This is followed by the "CBS Bong".

This was along the lines of such famous top-of-hour messages as this one from WNEW (now WNYW) Channel 5 in New York (future sister station to our own WFLD Channel 32) that asked (and still asks) ever...

WDIV Channel 4 - News 4 Detroit (Part 4, 1979)

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Here's the fourth (and final) segment for News 4 Detroit and the post-show commercial break, on WDIV Channel 4. Includes:

Information about Thanksgiving Day Parade

Larry Shannon with weather

Davey Marlin-Jones has a review of the movie "The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh".

Ending of News 4 Detroit- Post-Newsweek Stations, Michigan, Inc.

Commercial: Canon AE-1 with Peggy Fleming

Commercial: The New York Diam...

WYCC Channel 20 - "The Little Station That Could" (Promo, 1985?)

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Here's a peppy musical ID promo for the PBS station WYCC Channel 20. WYCC stood for "We Are Your City Colleges". Shows clips from various shows such as The Mechanical Universe, Modern Maturity, Indoor Gardens, Body Electric, and Sesame Street.

Let's sing along...

"In Chicago, there's a TV station. A PBS educational station. We're WYCC - TV-20! We're not the biggest station it's true, so quality will just have to do. Chicago knows we're good, we're the li...

NBC News Digest - "The Day After Numbers" (1983)

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Here's an NBC News Digest anchored by Chuck Scarborough and sponsored by American Airlines.

Chuck reads the following items:

- Police in Bonn use water-spray laced with tear gas to disperse protesters against planned deployment of U.S. nuclear missiles as German Parliament meets on this issue; over 200 arrested

- Over 100 million Americans are estimated to have seen [ABC Telefilm depicting a nuclear war scenario] The Day After the ...

WREX Channel 13 - "Some Old Building" (Station ID, 1978)

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Here's a rare Station ID and slide from WREX Channel 13. Serving Juda, Wisconsin from Rockford, ILL.

Voiceover by Vince Danca. He was the weatherman at the station for many years.

"This is WREX-TV Channel 13 - Rockford, Illinois. Serving Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin."

This aired on local Rockford, IL TV on Monday, January 9th 1978 at a little before 8pm! (not Chicago, but close enough)

WSNS Channel 44 - "Your White Sox Station" (Station ID Slides, 1975)

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Here's a station ID for WSNS Channel 44 advertising itself as "your White Sox network sports station," accompanied by two Sox-related ID slides - the second of which is of pitcher Terry Forster (#51), who played with the Sox from 1971 to 1976.

Voiceover by Mal Wyman.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, June 17th 1975 at 7:45pm.

WSNS Channel 44 - "DePaul Basketball" (Station ID, 1978)

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Here's a station ID slide from WSNS Channel 44, with a promo for DePaul basketball.

Voiceover by Don Ferris.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, January 18th 1978.

WBMX "Progressive" FM 103 (Commercial, 1980)

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Here's a saucy commercial for WBMX - "Progressive" FM 103.

The call letters WBMX (standing for Black Music EXperience), were originally assigned to 102.7 on the FM dial in Oak Park/Chicago Illinois from 1973 to 1988. (That station frequency is now home to R&B station WVAZ - better known as V-103). In 1991, the call letters WBMX were assigned to 98.5 on the FM dial in the Boston area.

Contains some quick clips of the Chicago White Sox.

This aired o...