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1972 (WHYN-TV) Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning. This is WHYN Television, Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts. WHYN Television is owned and operated by the WHYN Stations Corporation, and operates on channel 40 with an effective radiated power in the maximum lobe of 3,680,000 watts visual, and 368,000 watts aural by authority of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. Our studios are located at 1300 Liberty Street in Springfield, with transmitting facilities atop Mount Tom in Holyoke, Massachusetts.

Sign-off Edit

This is WHYN Television, Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts. WHYN Television is owned and operated by the WHYN Stations Corporation, and operates on channel 40 with an effective radiated power in the maximum lobe of 3,680,000 watts visual, and 368,000 watts aural by authority of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. Portions of today's telecast were on motion picture film and videotape recording. We will return to the air this morning at 8:00 with The Jack LaLanne Show. Until that time, this is _______________ speaking for the staff and management of WHYN Television bidding you all a very pleasant good night and good morning.

1986 Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning. This is WGGB-TV Channel 40, Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts. WGGB-TV is owned and operated by the WHYN Stations Corporation, and operates on channel 40 with an effective radiated power in the maximum lobe of 3,680,000 watts visual, and 368,000 watts aural by authority of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. Our studios are located at 1300 Liberty Street in Springfield, with transmitting facilities atop Mount Tom in Holyoke, Massachusetts.

Sign-off Edit

This is WGGB-TV Channel 40, Springfield-Holyoke, Massachusetts. WGGB-TV is owned and operated by the WHYN Stations Corporation, and operates on channel 40 with an effective radiated power in the maximum lobe of 3,680,000 watts visual, and 368,000 watts aural by authority of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC. Portions of today's telecast were on motion picture film and videotape recording. We will return to the air at 7:30 AM with Little House on the Prairie. Until that time, this is Jim Knapp speaking for the staff and management of WGGB-TV bidding you all a very pleasant good night.