AlisaButterfly2014 AlisaButterfly2014 13 December 2020
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Defunct Canadian tv stations

In addition to CFVO-TV (TVA), there are others https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_defunct_Canadian_television_stations

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UpsideDownMagicFan1997 UpsideDownMagicFan1997 10 December 2020
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Sign-offs in Philadelphia Market

WHAT IS THE PHILADLEPHIA MARKET TV SIGN-OFFS

29 - WTAF-TV/WTXF-TV has a played Flag Evolution SSB

6 - WPVI-TV has a played ATB

17 - WPHL-TV they has a played ATB and SSB altogether

48 - WKBS-TV Philadelphia - has a played Sierra Club SSB (Her website Fuzzy Memories, same as WFLD-TV 32 Chicago coping)

10 - WCAU-TV they played has a CBS O&Os SSB

51 - WTVE has a bars and tone during sign-off

3 - KYW-TV has a played U.S. Navy and Homecoming SSB There's is a versions sign-offs For the sign-on used Aim High SSB

23 - WNJS-TV has a played locally-produced SSB and Positively New Jersey

65 - WSJT-TV has a bars and tone

12 - WHYY-TV has a played locally-produced SSB, Used in 1992

57 - WPSG-TV has a bars and tone (If there is a Moog SSB shown this clip)

61 - WTGI…

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TransamSaintsCountry2002 TransamSaintsCountry2002 10 December 2020
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info

WHAT STATIONS IN THE NEW ORLEANS MARKET (and three Nearby Stations) USED DURING THEIR SIGN OFFS

4 - WWL (CBS) New Orleans - Mormon SSB (a 1980s Sign on CONFIRMS this)

.5 - WKRG (CBS) Mobile AL/Pensacola, FL - Synthesized SSB (With Mt Rushmore and astronaut at the end and zooming to the stars, of which a recreation exists.) In the 90s they used the Blue Angels Squadron one (this version was used when WKRG signed off Analog)

6 - WDSU (NBC) New Orleans - They would alternate between the one that begins with a rocket taking off and landing at the end and then the flag and the one with a guitar being played and building towards an orchestra at the end. Can CONFIRM one of the two versions exists on Youtube (the rocket one) The Guitar one is still M…

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UpsideDownMagicFan1997 UpsideDownMagicFan1997 5 December 2020
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WECT 1980 Signoff with Piano SSB

I am sure Ken Murphy announcing over 1980 WECT signoff with Piano SSB.

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AlisaButterfly2014 AlisaButterfly2014 4 December 2020
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Radio stations logos

I found a website for radio station logos

https://kimsloans.wordpress.com/


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Bytester14 Bytester14 7 November 2020
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To all fake accounts of any of upcoming Radio Stations made by Bertrand Martinez, please read.

To Bertrand Martinez,

I know that create pages of some of the fake stations wholly owned and operated by Audiovisual Communicators Incorporated, the network behind Monster RX 93.1 and Monster FM Stations. ACI had no AM Radio Stations for now, since 2016 he created several fake accounts and fake pages of some of the fake radio stations owned by ACI itself. Some of the admins and moderators of the said Fandom that Bertrand Martinez is the top online hoaxer who created fake radio stations owned by ACI. This will be blocked by him because making and insert false information. This Fandom focuses on TRUE pages and accurate by the admins and moderators of the said Fandom.

To Mr. Martinez, you are warned by the admins and moderators of this Fandom. …

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AlisaButterfly2014 AlisaButterfly2014 4 November 2020
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Disney donated money to trump

They really did have 10 million dollars to trump

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AlisaButterfly2014 AlisaButterfly2014 4 November 2020
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Disney Sockpuppets Are Officialy taking over this Wiki

Really Disney bluffs sockpuppet accounts. They spread fake information like when one said NJN used the aim high America SSB when they really used a locally produced version with a school chorus. And another one said tv20 in Houston played the piano SSB after the sign off announcement but in the YT video it went straight to color bars and tone. No anthem!!! they’re gone way too far

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SIGNOFFVINTAGE22HELL SIGNOFFVINTAGE22HELL 3 November 2020
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National Anthems used 1970s

  1. Sierra Club SSB (used NBC and CBS and ABC and Field and independent stations)
  2. Moog SSB (used ABC and CBS and NBC and independent stations)
  3. Flag Evolution SSB (used WITI-TV and WRAL-TV)
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TeaserMediaPH30 TeaserMediaPH30 30 May 2020
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Legislative franchise renewal of the Philippines

  • 1 Legislative franchise renewal
    • 1.1 Christian Era Broadcasting Service International
    • 1.2 Progressive Broadcasting Corporation
    • 1.3 Eagle Broadcasting Corporation
    • 1.4 ZOE Broadcasting Network
    • 1.5 GMA Network, Inc.
    • 1.6 Rajah Broadcasting Network
    • 1.7 Manila Broadcasting Company
    • 1.8 TV5 Network, Inc.
    • 1.9 Delta Broadcasting System
    • 1.10 Audionvisual Communicators, Inc.
    • 1.11 Mareco Broadcasting Network
    • 1.12 Swara Sug Media Corporation
    • 1.13 Southern Broadcasting Network


On December 7, 2015, President Benigno S. Aquino III signed Republic Act No. 5226 was approved by the House of Representatives for the renewal of the CEBSI license for another 25 years. The law grants CEBSI a franchise to construct, install, operate, and maintain, for commercial purposes, radio broadcasting st…



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TransamSaintsCountry2002 TransamSaintsCountry2002 24 March 2020
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MISSING VIDEOS

Hey everyone. 

We have a boatload of enteries on this site with NO Videos or audio clips attached to them. I will not go into Detail about them, But, For the US stations, I will place here the links to the categories. 

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:TV

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:American_TV

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:ABC_Affiliates

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:CBS_Affiliates

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Fox_Television_Network_Affiliates

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:NBC_Affiliates

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Category:PBS_Affiliates

https://signons-and-signoffs.fandom.com/wiki/Categor…

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TransamSaintsCountry2002 TransamSaintsCountry2002 22 March 2020
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UPDATE

Hey Everyone, this is TASC2002. I am asking how is everyone doing with the Corona Virus. I Hope everyone is alright.

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Ajsillo302010 Ajsillo302010 27 November 2018
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NO ACI AM Stations in the Philippines

Audiovisual Communicators Inc. has never had an AM Station in the Philippines until Bertrand Martinez decided to hoaxing ACI through 1098, 1170, 1134, 1206 and 1278 kilohertz respectively also he and Pia Castro, Panko Kale Ty, John Castillo Soberano (or John Soberano), Nestor Soberano, Rey "PJ" Abellana, Marilen Liwag Adriano, Patrick Adriano and his Troops edited on this wiki Smaller Towns like Santiago City, Isabela (pop.134,830) and Bayombong, Nueva Viscaya (pop. 61,512) also are Dagupan, Tarlac, Laoag and others.

Targeted areas, pages, themes

  • Rey "PJ" Abellana - father of Carla Abellana
  • John Castillo Soberano (or John Soberano) - father of Liza Soberano
  • Bonoy Gonzaga (or Carlito Gonzaga) - father of Toni and Alex Gonzaga
  • Crisanta "Mommy Pin…
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Ajsillo302010 Ajsillo302010 14 March 2018
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List of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV) Channels in the Philippines

ABS-CBN DTT Ch. 14 473.143 MHz
GMA DTT Ch. 15 479.143 MHz
ABS-CBN DTT Ch. 16 485.143 MHz
One TV DTT Ch. 18 497.143 MHz
CNN Philippines DTT Ch. 19 503.143 MHz
SBN/ETC DTT Ch. 21 515.143 MHz
IBC DTT Ch. 26 545.143 MHz
RJTV DTT Ch. 29 563.143 MHz
Solar DTT Ch. 30 569.143 MHz
Light TV DTT Ch. 33 587.143 MHz
UNTV DTT Ch. 38 617.143 MHz
SMNI DTT Ch. 40 629.143 MHz
PTV DTT Ch. 42 641.143 MHz
Gateway UHF Broadcasting DTT Ch. 44 653.143 MHz
INC TV/Net 25 DTT Ch. 49 683.143 MHz
BEAM DTT Ch. 50 689.143 MHz

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CarlandEllie 991 CarlandEllie 991 16 August 2015
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Is a national anthem required during "signing on" and "signing off" of radio and television stations

Well, I see most stations signed on/off with our national anthem required by law. However, except DWLS, DXKX and other low-power stations don't follow this law.

In Baguio, DWSK and DZWX-AM didn't play the national anthem during the startup and closedown.

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Vince Tolentino Matias Vince Tolentino Matias 20 June 2015
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Wikipedia:Never create hoaxes



A hoax is an attempt to trick an audience into believing that something false is real. Since Wikipedia is an "encyclopedia anyone can edit", it can be abused to create hoaxes.


  • 1 Do not create hoaxes
  • 2 Dealing with hoaxes
  • 3 List of hoaxes
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 Further reading
  • 7 External links

Please do not attempt to put misinformation into Wikipedia to test our ability to detect and remove it. This has been done before, with varying results. Most hoaxes are marked for deletion within a few hours of being created.

It has been tried, tested, and confirmed—it is indeed possible to insert hoaxes into Wikipedia, just as it is possible to insert profanity. This is a necessary consequence of being a free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. A hoax is simply a more …





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CarlandEllie 991 CarlandEllie 991 21 February 2015
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Sign-on

A sign-on (or startup) is the beginning of operations for a radio or television station, generally at the start of each day. It is the opposite to a sign-off (or closedown) which generally takes place at the end of the day.


  • 1 Overview
  • 2 Sign-on sequence
  • 3 See also
  • 4 External links

Sign-ons, like sign-offs, vary from country to country, from station to station, and from time to time; however, most follow a similar general pattern. Many stations follow the reverse process to their sign-off sequence at the close of the day. It is common for sign-ons to be followed by a network's early morning newscast, or their morning or breakfast show.

While both sign-ons and sign-offs have become less common with the increasing prevalence of twenty-four-hour-a-day,…



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CarlandEllie 991 CarlandEllie 991 15 February 2015
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Analog-to-digital transition in the Philippines

In the Philippines, digital television broadcasts can be received through digital cable and direct broadcast satellite. Digital terrestrial television (DTT) services are in development by the major broadcasting companies of the Philippines.

The Philippines was using the American NTSC standard for analog television. The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) announced in June 2010 that the Philippines would use the Japanese ISDB-T standard for digital television, and issued a circular stating that the country's broadcasters must discontinue their analog services by the transition deadline of 11:59 p.m. (Philippine Standard Time, UTC+8) on December 31, 2015. The commission will be using the ultra-high frequency television channels from 14 …

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CarlandEllie 991 CarlandEllie 991 15 February 2015
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Analog-to-digital transition in the United States

The DTV (an abbreviation of digital television, also called digital broadcast) transition in the United States is the switchover from analog (the traditional method of transmitting television signals) to exclusively digital broadcasting of free over-the-air television programming. The transition from analog to digital television has been described by David Rehr, then president and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters, as representing "the most significant advancement of television technology since color TV was introduced."[1] For full-power TV stations, the transition went into effect on Friday, June 12, 2009, with stations ending regular programming on their analog signals no later than 11:59 pm local time that day.[2]

Under the Digita…

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CarlandEllie 991 CarlandEllie 991 15 February 2015
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Sign-off

  • 1 Sign-off
  • 2 Overview
  • 3 Sign-off sequence
  • 4 Special cases

Sign-off (or closedown) is the sequence of operations involved when a radio or television station shuts down its transmitters and goes off the air for a predetermined period; generally this occurs during the overnight hours. It is the opposite to a sign-on (or startup), which usually takes place at the start of the day.


Sign-offs, like sign-ons, vary from country to country, from station to station, and from time to time; however, most follow a similar general pattern. Many stations follow the reverse process to their sign-on sequence at the start of the day. Sign-off messages can be initiated by a broadcast automation system just as for other television programming, and automatic transmission…



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