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Late 1970s-Early 1980s Edit

(NAB Seal of Good Practice shown on screen)

This seal is a symbol of good television, it signifies that WBAL-TV observes the high standards of programming and advertising recommended by the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. To see better television, watch channel 11, a Television Code station.

(Station logo displayed on screen)

This is television station WBAL-TV Channel 11 in Baltimore, Maryland, owned and operated by WBAL-TV, Inc., with studios and offices located on Television Hill in Baltimore. WBAL-TV operates on channel 11, 198 to 204 megahertz, with center video frequency of 199.24 megahertz, and audio frequency of 203.74 megahertz, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission. Portions of WBAL-TV's programming were on film and videotape recording. WBAL-TV will return to the air this morning at 6:00 with _______________________. Until then, on behalf of the staff and management of WBAL-TV, we wish you a very pleasant good night and good morning. And now ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

Early 1980s Edit

WBAL-TV operates on channel 11 in Baltimore, Maryland, 198 to 204 megahertz, with center video frequency of 199.24 megahertz, and audio frequency of 203.74 megahertz. WBAL-TV wishes you a very pleasant good night.

Late 1980s Edit

CBS NETWORK SIGNOFF - NATIONAL ANTHEM 1988

CBS NETWORK SIGNOFF - NATIONAL ANTHEM 1988

WBAL-TV operates on channel 11 in Baltimore, Maryland, 198 to 204 megahertz, with center video frequency of 199.24 megahertz, and audio frequency of 203.74 megahertz. WBAL-TV wishes you a very pleasant good night. And now, our national anthem.