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1986 Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning, this is KCOS-TV channel 13 in El Paso, Texas. Thank you for joining us as we begin our broadcast day.

Channel 13 is licensed to the El Paso Public Television Foundation, a nonprofit organization, which provides the El Paso and surrounding area with an alternative in television viewing.

As a member of the Public Broadcasting Service, we broadcast a variety of national, regional, and local programming.

Portions of our programming reaches you through our satellite receiving station located at the studio facilities on the campus of the University of Texas at El Paso.

Programming reaches our transmitter atop the Franklin Mountains via studio transmitter link WCX-449.

We broadcast on channel 13 with an effective radiated power of 186,000 watts.

A public television station, KCOS depends upon your financial support to meet its operational budget.

Your comments and suggestions are always of interest and we invite you to share your views with us by writing program manager, KCOS TV, p.o box 650, El Paso, Texas 79968.

Thank you for tuning in this morning, and have a great day.

Sign-off Edit

KCOS-TV 13 El Paso, Texas Sign Off June 1986

KCOS-TV 13 El Paso, Texas Sign Off June 1986

It's time to say goodnight, at this time, KCOS-TV channel 13 concludes its broadcast day. We hope that you've enjoyed our programming this evening.

Channel 13 is licensed to the El Paso Public Television Foundation, a nonprofit organization, which provides the El Paso and surrounding area with an alternative in television viewing.

As a member of the Public Broadcasting Service, we broadcast a variety of national, regional, and local programming.

Portions of our programming reaches you through our satellite receiving station located at the studio facilities on the campus of the University of Texas at El Paso.

Programming reaches our transmitter atop the Franklin Mountains via studio transmitter link WCX-449.

We broadcast on channel 13 with an effective radiated power of 186,000 watts.

A public television station, KCOS depends upon your financial support to meet its operational budget.

Your comments and suggestions are always of interest and we invite you to share your views with us by writing Program Manager, KCOS TV, P.O. Box 650, El Paso, Texas 79968.

Thank you for tuning in today and good night.

2008 and 2011 Edit

Sign-on Edit

KCOS-TV Channel 13 El Paso Sign-On and Sign-Off Spring Break '11

KCOS-TV Channel 13 El Paso Sign-On and Sign-Off Spring Break '11.wmv

Good morning, this is KCOS-TV channel 13 in El Paso, Texas. Thank you for joining us as we begin our broadcast day.

Channel 13 is licensed to the El Paso Public Television Foundation, a nonprofit organization created to provide West Texas, New Mexico and the broder with an alternative in television viewing.

As a member of the Public Broadcasting Service, we broadcast a variety of national and local programming.

Our signal reaches our transmitter atop of Franklin Mountain via transmitter to studio link WCX-449.

We broadcast on channel 13 with an effective radiating power of 186,000 watts.

As a non-profit television station, KCOS depends greatly on the financial support of viewers like you.

Your comments and suggestions are always of interest and we invite you to share your views with us by writing to: President and General Manager, KCOS-TV 13, P.O. Box 26668, El Paso, Texas, Zip 79926, or you can reach us on the world wide web at www.kcostv.org.

Thank you for tuning in this morning, and have a great day.

Sign-off Edit

It's time to say goodnight. At this time, KCOS-TV channel 13 concludes its broadcast day. We hope that you've enjoyed our programming this evening.

Channel 13 is licensed to the El Paso Public Television Foundation, a nonprofit organization created to provide West Texas, New Mexico and the broder with an alternative in television viewing.

As a member of the Public Broadcasting Service, we broadcast a variety of national and local programming.

Our signal reaches our transmitter atop of Franklin Mountain via transmitter to studio link WCX-449.

We broadcast on channel 13 with an effective radiating power of 186,000 watts.

As a non-profit television station, KCOS depends greatly on the financial support of viewers like you.

Your comments and suggestions are always of interest and we invite you to share your views with us by writing to: President and General Manager, KCOS-TV 13, P.O. Box 26668, El Paso, Texas, Zip 79926, or you can reach us on the world wide web at www.kcostv.org.

Goodnight, and thank you for tuning in today. And now, our national anthem.