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Early 1980s Edit

This is WDAF-TV Channel 4, Kansas City, Missouri, concluding telecasting activities for the day. WDAF-TV is owned and operated by Taft Television and Radio Company, Incorporated, with offices and studios located at 3030 Summit Avenue, and transmitter located at 23rd and Stark, all in Kansas City, Missouri. WDAF-TV Channel 4 operates on an assigned frequency of 66 to 72 megahertz, with a power output of 100,000 watts visual and 20,000 watts aural, by the authority of the Federal Communications Commission. WDAF-TV is a subscriber in good standing to the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters and is proud to display the Seal of Good Practice. Until we resume telecasting later this morning, we bid you a pleasant good evening.

1989 Edit

This is WDAF-TV Channel 4, Kansas City, Missouri, concluding telecasting activities for the day. WDAF-TV is owned and operated by Great American Communications, Incorporated, with offices and studios located at 3030 Summit Avenue, and transmitter located at 23rd and Stark, all in Kansas City, Missouri. WDAF-TV operates on an assigned frequency of 66 to 72 megahertz, with a power output of 100,000 watts visual and 20,000 watts aural, by the authority of the Federal Communications Commission. WDAF-TV is an equal opportunity employer. Until we resume telecasting later this morning, we bid you a pleasant good evening.

Notes Edit

The station's callsign comes from its former radio sister WDAF-AM (now KCSP), which used as its slogan the phrase, "Why Dial Any Further?"