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Even though it's not from Chicago TV, I thought some here might like to see this quick news bumper promo I found for Eyewitness News on KABC Channel 7 in Los Angeles.
Anchors depicted are (from the left): Chuck Henry, Jerry Dunphy, Christine Lund, and John Hambrick.
Voiceover (most likely) by Dean Webber.
This aired on local Los Angeles TV on Sunday, November 7th 1976.
Here's a promo for Fahey's World Tour - a 6 week international news reporting assignment for Eyewitness News on WLS Channel 7 by Fahey Flynn.
Voiceover by Gary Gears.
"Seven's On Your Side"
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, April 14th 1981.
Here's a quick bumper promo for Eyewitness News on WLS Channel 7. Features Joel Daly, Fahey Flynn, Terry Murphy, John Drury, Dr. Walt Lyons, John Coleman, Bill Frink, and Tim Weigel.
"Eyewitness News. Number One and still getting stronger."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, January 14th 1979.
Here's a promo for the 4:30 Eyewitness News featuring Tim Weigel.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, March 9th 1983.
Here's a brief news clip found at the end of a tape. You can see WXYZ Channel 7 anchors Bill Bonds and John Kelly in the background at the beginning. Lynn Skzynear reports on the death of a young boy from the King family, and has some shots of the Holy Name Church in Birmingham and Holy Name Elementary School. Also features some words of warning by Attorney Pete Leto, before the tape cuts out.
This aired on local Detroit TV likely sometime in early 1977. (not Chicago TV, bu...
Here's a bumper promo for NBC News - Election '78 featuring John Chancellor and David Brinkley.
This promo aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, November 5th 1978.
Here's a news update for the Eyewitness News at 5pm on WLS Channel 7 featuring John Drury and a slight screw-up when the superimposed movie title graphic gets added in early.
Also includes the return bumper for The 3:30 Movie presentation of "The Forbin Project". (voiceover by Mike Rapchak?)
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, October 31st 1978 during the 3:30pm to 5pm timeframe.
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Here's a very tiny snippet of a what appears to be a network news update from WMAQ Channel 5's legendary "Big Tuna," Floyd Kalber. Besides anchoring WMAQ's newscasts, Mr. Kalber for years was the anchor of weekday five-minute news updates that aired on the NBC Network at 11:55am CT (12:55pm ET). This in all likelihood was the last regularly-scheduled network program to originate from Chicago.
Here is an interesting piece from The CBS Morning News from when Compact Discs were relatively new, by Betty (or Betsy) Ashton, Consumer Editor of WCBS-TV New York. Introducing the story and speaking to her afterwards is Phyllis George.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, October 30th 1984.