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October 1984 Edit

And that ties the ribbons on another day of television service from channel 9, KTSM-TV El Paso, Texas. We'll

KTSM sign-off (October 19, 1984)

KTSM sign-off (October 19, 1984)

give our 316,000 watts of effective radiated power a rest until about six this morning, and its site on Ranger Peak, the highest VHF transmitter in Texas. Our Tri-State Broadcasting Company will continue its 24 hour service on KTSM radio at 1380, that's the news station, and on FM 100 with a soft touch of beautiful music. Have a good night.

June 1985Edit

June 25, 1985 commercials with KTSM sign-off

June 25, 1985 commercials with KTSM sign-off

If you're still looking for little action, KTSM News and Talk Radio will be on the air all-night, as well as beautiful music on KTSM FM 100, but we television folks at KTSM-TV El Paso will now call it a day. We'll be back at 5:30 this morning for the early bird types who are looking for reports of what happened during the night. Our next beginning isn't too far from this ending, so KTSM-TV El Paso bids you a pleasant night. Good night.

September 1985Edit

1985 KTSM Channel 9 NBC Sign Off and Anthem - El Paso Texas

1985 KTSM Channel 9 NBC Sign Off and Anthem - El Paso Texas

And that ties the ribbons on another day of television service from channel 9, KTSM-TV El Paso, Texas. We'll give our 316,000 watts of effective radiated power a rest until about six this morning, and its site on Ranger Peak, the highest VHF transmitter in Texas. Our Tri-State Broadcasting Company will continue its 24 hour service on KTSM radio at 1380, that's the news station, and on FM 100 with a soft touch of beautiful music. Have a good night.

December 1989 Edit

December 2, 1989 commercials with KTSM sign-off

December 2, 1989 commercials with KTSM sign-off

Okay, strike the set, stand by the big switch as we get ready to end another day of information and entertainment to the El Paso southwest on channel 9. If you aren't ready to call it a night, may we suggest you join our talking people on KTSM radio, 1380 kilocycles, or if you wish, if you prefer not to bother yourself with thinking, KTSM FM, our FM 100 music service is holding a serenade ready for you right now. But for now, from KTSM-TV in El Paso, the pictures are leaving. Goodnight.