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1978 Cablevision Sign Off Remember when TV signed off the air? Even local cable use to, this was before repeating program on tape. Complete with jokes from kids and menu items for schools in Long Island New York!
Tags: 1978    cable    Cablevision    Jericho    Massapequa    Syosset    Y97    WYNY    text    display    jokes    kids     
Added: 27th June 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
Satellite News Channel Open and Clips  1982-83 Does anyone remember this short lived cable news channel?
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Added: 13th July 2008
Views: 1118
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Posted By: Cliffy
People We Have Lost to AIDS Although AIDS appears to be the forgotten disease, it is still bringing heavy destruction to many good souls. This short is to show us some of the many noticable faces that we have lost to this killer and hopefully remind us that the battle is far from done.
Tags: Aids  hiv  famous  died  passed  away  infection  loss  forgotten    disease 
Added: 1st January 2009
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Posted By: newyork2philly
WHEN TELEVISON WAS YOUNG  1977  part 5 From April of 1977, here is part 5 of a CBS special called "When Television Was Young," with the late Charles Kuralt. An excellent special about TV in the 1950s, there is plenty of archival footage here. Remember, this was shown in the late 70s, before we had 100+ cable channels, DVDs, video stores, or the Internet! If you're under 55, this is a great history lesson for you. If you're over 55, you may well remember many of the shows and people highlighted in this special!!
Tags:   When  TV  Was  Young  1977  Ray  Glasser 
Added: 18th November 2008
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Posted By: videoholic
Duran Duran - As the Lights Go Down commercial Dran Duran's Oakland, California concerts that were filmed for the Arena (An Absurd Notion) movie were also edited to form the one-hour As The Lights Go Down concert video. The name comes from a lyric in the song "Shadows On Your Side" from the Seven and the Ragged Tiger album. As The Lights Go Down is essentially the Arena video with only the music, although the live footage for many songs was edited differently. This version was first aired on the Cinemax cable television channel, and later on MTV and other music channels. At least two versions exist. (from wikipedia.org)
Tags: duran  duran  as  the  lights  go  down 
Added: 29th July 2009
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Posted By: chrissiek
Melba - Forgotten 1986 Sitcom Flop Singer Melba Moore was the star of a barely remembered 1986 CBS sitcom aptly tiled Melba. Moore played Melba Patterson, a recently divorced black mother. Along with running the Visitors' Center in Manhattan, Patterson was trying to raise a spunky nine-year-old daughter (Tracy) with the help of her mother (Rose) and her white "sister" (Susan Slater)--a childhood pal who had been raised by Melba's mom. Before it had even aired once, critics who had seen sneak previews of Melba strongly took a dislike to the show. Nevertheless, Melba's debut occurred at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, 1986: the same day of the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster. Apparently few people were in the mood to watch a new sitcom later that night: Melba's ratings were the worst in CBS' prime-time history. It got a 13% viewer share--an awful number in the days of just three networks and limited competition from cable stations. Despite the Challenger tragedy, The A-Team (NBC) and Who's The Boss? (ABC) still managed to pull in respectable ratings opposite Melba. Panicky network executives swiftly yanked Melba from CBS' lineup. However, five other Melba episodes aired in August and September on Saturday nights when ABC and NBC were showing reruns. The ratings for Melba were still unacceptably low, so CBS killed it for a second and final time. Here's what the show's opening montage looked like.
Tags: Melba  CBS  sitcom  flop 
Added: 21st March 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Benny Hill Before cable television we only had the three networks and channel 50 uhf. Then there was CBC channel 9 Windsor, Canada. Withe the Winter Olympics coming up in a few days I know what channel I'll be watching most. Channel 9 used to be only in the Windsor area now it is National. It stirred up a few people to say the least.
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Added: 10th February 2010
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Posted By: Marty6697
Time travel to 1905 Today we travel back in time to the year 1905 in San Francisco for a trip on board a cable car on Market Street. Kina spooky.
Tags: Time  travel    1905 
Added: 1st November 2010
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Posted By: Wolfen
Keith Olbermanns First Network Appearance Pat Sajack has been apologizing this week to the entire country for featuring the cable host on his short-lived talk show in 1989.
Tags: Keith  Olbermanns  First  Network  Appearance,  Pat  Sajack  Show,   
Added: 12th November 2010
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Posted By: Old Fart
Mary Tyler Moore Statue In May 2002, actress Mary Tyler Moore was present as cable TV network TV Land dedicated a statue in downtown Minneapolis to the television character she made famous in the sitcom that bears her name. The bronze statue is located in front of the Macy's department store, near the corner of 7th Street and Nicollet Mall. (It was a Dayton's Department Store at the time of the dedication.) The statue depicts the iconic moment in the show's opening credits where Mary gleefully tosses her tam o'shanter into the air in a freeze-frame at the end of the montage. The message on the statue asks, 'Who can turn the world on with her smile?' Mary, of course!
Tags: Mary  Tyler  Moore  statue  Minneapolis     
Added: 3rd March 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964

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