WFLD Channel 32 - Promotional Sales Film (Part 2, 1970)

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Here is Part 2 - the final part, of a WFLD promotional film for (I assume) the sales department, meant to be shown to prospective advertisers on why WFLD was such a kick-arse station to buy time on.

The second part features company man Bill Jackson eliciting the help of his Cartoon Town denizens (such as Dirty Dragon and Weird) to explain the finer points of share, cumes, ratings, coverage, UHF penetration, and other reasons why you should advertise on "WFLD TV 32".

Update: Ron Kordick, former WFLD engineer, wrote in to ID some of the people in this video. He writes, "The stagehand holding the cue cards on the Cartoon Town set is Herman Andrews. He was Jamician and spoke with their typical accent. Like Bob Pairs he also left sometime in the mid '70s for parts unknown.

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Obviously this never aired, and was just shown privately, but it is definitely from circa 1970.





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Update: Ron Kordick, former WFLD engineer, wrote in to ID some of the people in this video. He writes, "The stagehand holding the cue cards on the Cartoon Town set is Herman Andrews. He was Jamician and spoke with their typical accent. Like Bob Pairs he also left sometime in the mid '70s for parts unknown.

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Obviously this never aired, and was just shown privately, but it is definitely from circa 1970." /> Share

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