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1982 (as WGR-TV) Edit

Sign-off Edit

Today, as well as tomorrow, our purpose is to fold, to fulfill your need for information and your desire for entertainment. Rising to meet that challenge is WGR-TV, owned and operated by the Taft Broadcasting Company, with studios at 259 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Our transmitter is located at Warner Hill Road, South Wales. WGR-TV operates on channel 2, at 54 to 60 megahertz, with microwave relay KYP-22, at 7100 megahertz, and we broadcast 7 days a week. Programs seen are transmitted from our studios by the network, films and video tape. We wish you a pleasant good night and good morning, but first...

(Canadian and U.S. national anthems play)

Mid 1980s Edit

Sign-on Edit

WGRZ-TV now begins a new broadcast day. WGRZ-TV is owned and operated by Coral Television Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Cinema Corporation. Our transmitter is located at Warner Hill Road in South Wales, with studios at 259 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. WGRZ-TV operates on channel 2 at 54 to 60 megahertz, with microwave relay KYP-22 at 7100 megahertz, and is on the air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Programs seen are transmitted from our studios live and via the NBC Television Network, films and video tape. Good morning from the staff and management of WGRZ-TV.

1988 Edit

Sign-on Edit

WGRZ-TV now begins a new broadcast day. WGRZ-TV is owned and operated by WGRZ Television Corporation. Our transmitter is located at Warner Hill Road in South Wales, with studios and offices at 259 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. WGRZ-TV operates on channel 2 at 54 to 60 megahertz, with microwave relay KYP-22 at 7100 megahertz, and is on the air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Programs seen are transmitted from our studios live and via the NBC Television Network, films and video tape. Good morning from the staff and management of WGRZ-TV.