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1970s-mid 1980s (announced by Ken Murphy) Edit

WECT-TV 6 (now WECT-DT 44) Sign-off early 1980s

WECT-TV 6 (now WECT-DT 44) Sign-off early 1980s

(Murphy) This concludes today's television service from WECT in Wilmington, North Carolina. WECT operates on channel 6 with an authorized power of 100,000 watts video and 10,000 watts audio, with studios in Wilmington and transmitter in Bladen County. A pleasant good night to you from the staff and management of WECT.

(2nd announcer) WECT is an equal opportunity employer.

1988 (announced by Ken Murphy) Edit

WECT sign-off 1988

WECT sign-off 1988

This concludes tonight's television service for WECT, Wilmington, North Carolina. WECT is an equal opportunity employer. WECT operates on channel 6 with an authorized power of 100,000 watts video and 20,000 watts audio, with our studio in Wilmington and transmitter in Bladen County. A pleasant good night to you from the staff and management of WECT.

1989-1995 Edit

Sign on Edit

WECT Channel 6, Wilmington NC - Sign-On recorded 12 June 1989

WECT Channel 6, Wilmington NC - Sign-On recorded 12 June 1989

Good morning. This is television station WECT channel 6 beginning another day of television service for Wilmington, North Carolina. WECT is an equal opportunity employer. WECT operates on channel 6 with authorized power of 100,000 watts video and 20,000 watts audio, our studios are in Wilmington with our transmitter in Bladen County.

Sign off Edit

WECT-TV 6, Wilmington NC Sign-off from Summer 1989

WECT-TV 6, Wilmington NC Sign-off from Summer 1989

This concludes today's television service for WECT, Wilmington, North Carolina. WECT is an equal opportunity employer. WECT operates on channel 6 with authorized power of 100,000 watts video and 20,000 watts audio, with our studio in Wilmington and our transmitter in Bladen County. A pleasant good night to you from the staff and management of WECT.

1995-2002 Edit

WECT-TV 6, Wilmimgton NC Sign-Off from 4 April 1998

WECT-TV 6, Wilmimgton NC Sign-Off from 4 April 1998

This concludes today's television service from WECT channel 6. WECT is an equal opportunity employer, operating on channel 6 with an authorized power of 100,000 watts video and 10,000 watts audio. Our studios are in Wilmington, North Carolina, with our transmitter in Bladen County. A pleasant good night to you from the staff and management of WECT.