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WFAA Channel 8 [Dallas-Fort Worth, TX] - "Emergency Broadcast System Test" (1978)

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Here's a test of the Emergency Broadcast System from ABC affiliate WFAA Channel 8 in Dallas, TX. This test goes off without a hitch, as the requisite dual tones of 853 and 960 Hz are heard for 23 seconds.

Voiceover by ?? (with the EBS script displayed on screen via different slides, set in Helvetica Medium; albeit differing in some areas from how the voiceover read the script).

"This station serves the Dallas operational area." (What, no reference to For...

Bell System - "The Gift That Lets Them Share" (Commercial, 1982)

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Here's a holiday themed commercial for long-distance gift certificates from the Bell System

"Give The Gift That Lets Them Share."

This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, December 4th 1982.

WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Promo, 1983)

Views: 2661

Here's a promo for the Super Cartoon Sunrise lineup on WFLD Channel 32 - which was:

6:30am - Mighty Mouse
7:00am - Great Space Coaster
7:30am - The Jetsons
8:00am - The Flintstones
8:30am - Popeye

Quality of the clip is poor, but it's the best we have right now. Audio is also hissy, but you can hear the theme song go on pretty long in the background - it's a funky version of "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here".

Voiceover...

Vectrex (Commercial, 1983)

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Here's a commercial for the short-lived gaming system - Vectrex, featuring all vector graphics and color overlays you put over the screen. Also notable for being portable, in that it came with it's own specialized display unit, and for a controller that slightly resembled the later Nintendo Entertainment System controller.

"(C) 1983 by Milton Bradley Company"

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, November 21st 1983.

Atari Home Computers - Kiosk Videodisc Presentation (Part 1, 1982)

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Here's Part 1 of an interesting time capsule - the presentation from a videodisc that ran on an in-store kiosk display to demonstrate the Atari Home Computer. This was around the time of Dragon's Lair and other laserdisc games which made the medium very popular for encorporating with computers.

The label on the laserdisc says "E.R.I.C. POP". I know POP stands for Point of Purchase - not sure about the ERIC part.

Starring Brooke Alderson as "The Mom" (not sure o...

Atari Home Computers - Kiosk Videodisc Presentation (Part 2, 1982)

Views: 1244

Here's Part 2 of an interesting time capsule - the presentation from a videodisc that ran on an in-store kiosk display to demonstrate the Atari Home Computer. This was around the time of Dragon's Lair and other laserdisc games which made the medium very popular for encorporating with computers.

The label on the laserdisc says "E.R.I.C. POP". I know POP stands for Point of Purchase - not sure about the ERIC part.

Starring Brooke Alderson as "The Mom" (not sure of ...

WGBO Super 66 - "The Blue Knight" (Commercial Break, 1988)

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Here is a commercial break for an airing of "The Blue Knight" on WGBO "Super" Channel 66. Includes:

Channel 66 show bumper

Promo for Super 66 movie airing of "Road Games"

Super 66 Ad time commercial featuring Mid-Town Toyota president Dick Ludwig and Bill Phillips, president of Elite Truck Rental.

Public Insurance (with Steve Stone sporting an extremely large, awkward looking mic flag) "On the road", yeah right. ;-)

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WFLD Channel 32 - Super Cartoon Sunrise (Jetsons Bumper #2, 1984)

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Here is a second bumper (with different wording) for the Jetsons on Super Cartoon Sunrise on WFLD Channel 32. This dates from 1984.

Voiceover by Jeff Lupetin - "We now return to the Jetsons..."

(Note: The black box was for showing the clock displaying the current time in the morning. It is not included in these clips because they were not recorded off-air, but from studio master tapes)

Atari Home Computers - Kiosk Videodisc Presentation (Part 3, 1982)

Views: 1822

Here's Part 3, the last part, of an interesting time capsule - the presentation from a videodisc that ran on an in-store kiosk display to demonstrate the Atari Home Computer. This was around the time of Dragon's Lair and other laserdisc games which made the medium very popular for encorporating with computers.

The label on the laserdisc says "E.R.I.C. POP". I know POP stands for Point of Purchase - not sure about the ERIC part.

Starring Brooke Alderson as "The Mo...