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WVTV Channel 18 [Milwaukee, WI] - "Partial EBS Test" (1980)

Views: 2742

Here's a partial test of the Emergency Broadcasting System on an unknown station in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. The person was recording some Woody Woodpecker cartoons and although they cut out the commercials they did decide to record most of the EBS test. It's pretty simple, consisting only of a single, rather discolored slide.

Did they have to traumatize kids by airing these tests during cartoons? It seems like they did the same thing in Chicago too from what I recall....

WTTW Channel 11 - "Send Us Some Pizza" (1973)

Views: 1326

Here's a short piece that was likely originally planned to air with a pledge drive on WTTW Channel 11, with longtime staff announcer Marty Robinson showing a sausage pizza and explaining how each piece represents a different aspect of the station's operating budget, and at the end giving the address where viewers can send money.

This piece, preserved on 16mm film, was preceded by the SMPTE universal leader countdown, and a 480 Hz "blip" on the "2." There is also a brief shot o...

Italian Dance Party (Record Offer, 1984)

Views: 3419

Here's a record offer commercial for Italian Dance Party, featuring disco-fied versions of such familiar all-time Italian hits as "Arrivederci Roma," "More," "O Sole Mio," "Mama," "Come Back to Sorrento," "Tarantella," "Amena E Core," "C'e'la Luna," "Volare," "Non Pensare a Me," "Theme from 'The Godfather'," "Scusa Me," "Quando, Quando, Quando," "I Have But One Heart," "Kiss Me," "Santa Lucia," "Al Di La," "Come Prima," "Tra Veglia E Sonno" and "Mala Femmina," as performed by the Festa...

Image Factory - "Demo" (1980?)

Views: 547

Here's a demo reel for Image Factory, Inc., a New York-based graphics and production firm.

This came from a 3/4" Umatic tape that was kept by Cathy Mustari, art director for WFLD Channel 32 from 1974 to the late '80's, from a time when the station was actively shopping for production houses to handle their graphics for opens/closes, bumpers, promos, etc.

Includes:

- Promo for WPLJ 95.5 FM in New York (sister station to the many times once-and-pres...

WGN Channel 9 - Night Beat - "More on The Death of John Lennon" (1980)

Views: 2450

Here's another report on the murder of John Lennon from Night Beat on WGN Channel 9, with Jack Taylor anchoring. Features reports by Independent Network News' Tim Malloy and Frank Casey in New York (they worked at WGN's sister station in that city, WPIX Channel 11, at the time; it was there that the nationally-syndicated INN originated), and a local report from WGN's own Elizabeth Brackett. Also featured in clips within the two reports from the INN feed are James...

WDIV Channel 4 - News 4 Detroit (Part 3, 1979)

Views: 3867

Here's the third segment for News 4 Detroit and the third commercial break, on WDIV Channel 4. Includes:

Roger Weber lost the Turkey Trot at Wayne State University. His bird "Secreturkeyit 2" turned out to be a turkey.

Al Ackerman with Sports. Jim Brandstatter reports on the Pistons. Also includes Ackerman's Accurate Assessments, and coverage of Lou Whitaker's wedding.

Daily Lottery given on-screen as 6-6-4 (later corrected)

Comm...

WTVO Channel 17 - "Snow Scene" (Station ID Slide, 1976)

Views: 3999

Here's a rare Station ID and slide from WTVO Channel 17.

Voiceover by Bob Kevern.

"Bob was the weather man and did most of the booth announcing. Bob also introduced the weather window, with shots of citizens waving at the camera. Bruce Richardson anchored the news and was a wonderful person. Bob Lewis did the sports and had a loose casual style. If Ernie Banks dropped in - he was on the air. Those were good times." - Ted Schwandt

This aired on l...

WJBK Channel 2 - "TV 2 Is Yours" (ID, 1977)

Views: 3131

Here's a station ID for the Detroit CBS affiliate - WJBK Channel 2.

This aired on local Detroit TV on Thursday, January 13th 1977 at 10pm! (not Chicago TV, but still cool)

4-Way Cold Tablets (Commercial, 1965)

Views: 3248

Here's a vintage commercial for 4-Way Cold Tablets, showing the difference between it and a regular cold capsule in terms of the relief that is offered - 4-Way providing relief for nasal congestion, aches and pains, sluggishness and fever, as opposed to the cold capsule only offering relief for the first-named of these symptoms.

Voiceover by Phil Tonken (longtime staff announcer for WOR Channel 9 in New York).

This aired on local Chicago TV early Friday, March 5t...