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1956 (WPFH-TV) Edit

And so we come to the end of our telecasting day. WPFH in Wilmington, Delaware, transmits on channel 12, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission, and operates on maximum power of 316,000 watts. We hope that you've enjoyed our programs and invite you to join us later today at 11:00 am, when we bring you the Jigsaw Tele-Quiz.

1957 (WVUE-TV) Edit

And so we come to the end of our telecasting day. WVUE in Wilmington, Delaware, owned and operated by the Storer Broadcasting Company, transmits on channel 12 by authority of the Federal Communications Commission, and operates on maximum power of 316,000 watts. Portions of today's programs were pre-recorded on film and mechanically reproduced. As we say good night from WVUE, we cordially invite you to tune your radio to Radio 99, WIBG. Hear the best in music tonight with The Bill Wright Show on WIBG Radio 99; at 5:00 am enjoy the Top of the Morning with Tom Donahue. And remember, of course, to rejoin us on WVUE at 10:30 today. Until then, good night, and now our national anthem.

1972 Edit

Channel 12 now concludes its broadcast day. Channel 12 is a non-profit educational television station, serving the people of the Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey communities. Channel 12 has studios at 5th and Scott Streets in Wilmington, Delaware, and 4548 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The channel 12 transmitter operates at a frequency of 204 to 210 megahertz, and is located in Roxborough, Pennsylvania. Channel 12 transmits at a maximum power of 309,000 watts, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

1980s Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning. This is WHYY-TV, Channel 12, a non-profit educational television station, serving the people of the Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey communities. Channel 12 has studios at 5th and Scott Streets in Wilmington, Delaware, and 115 North 6th Street, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The channel 12 transmitter operates at a frequency of 204 to 210 megahertz, and is located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Channel 12 transmits at a maximum power of 309,000 watts, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

Sign-off Edit

Channel 12 now concludes its broadcast day. Channel 12 is a non-profit educational television station, serving the people of the Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey communities. Channel 12 has studios at 5th and Scott Streets in Wilmington, Delaware, and 115 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The channel 12 transmitter operates at a frequency of 204 to 210 megahertz, and is located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Channel 12 transmits at a maximum power of 309,000 watts, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

1992 Edit

Channel 12 now concludes its broadcast day. Channel 12 is a non-profit educational television station, serving the people of the Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey communities. Channel 12 has studios at 7th and Orange Streets in Wilmington, Delaware, and 115 North 6th Street, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The channel 12 transmitter operates at a frequency of 204 to 210 megahertz, and is located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Channel 12 transmits at a maximum power of 309,000 watts, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission. Channel 64 broadcasts channel 12 programs for southern Delaware. The channel 64 transmitter operates at a frequency of 764 to 770 megahertz, and is located in Seaford, Delaware. Channel 64 transmits at a maximum power of 191,000 watts, by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.