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1974 Edit

And now, good night from the staff and management of WPHL-TV, Philadelphia's finest independent television station, where you'll always find the best seats in the house for Delaware Valley sports, great movies and exciting local programming. WPHL-TV is owned and operated by WPHL-TV, Inc., operating from our transmitter site on Domino Lane in Roxborough, Pennsylvania. We telecast on channel 17 with 4,300,000 watts of visual power, and 645,000 watts of aural power. Our studios are located on Chestnut Hill, 1230 East Mermaid Lane in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania. If you have any program comments or suggestions, please send to: Program Director, WPHL-TV Channel 17, 1230 East Mermaid Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19118.

Mid-1980s Edit

Sign-on Edit

This is Channel 17, WPHL-TV, Philadelphia's foremost independent television station, where you'll always find the very best in feature film entertainment, exciting sports action, and public service programming. WPHL-TV is owned and operated by WPHL-TV, Inc., a subsidiary of the Providence Journal Company, with studios and offices at 50th Street and Wynnefield Avenue, and transmitter site on Domino Lane in Roxborough, Pennsylvania. We telecast on channel 17, with 2,300,000 watts of visual power, and 350,000 watts of aural power. We invite your questions and comments. Address them to: Program Director, WPHL-TV, 5001 Wynnefield Ave., Philadelphia, PA, 19131. Stay with us throughout the day for today's best entertainment and information.

Sign-off Edit

This is Channel 17, WPHL-TV, Philadelphia's foremost independent television station, closing another broadcast day. We hope you'll join us tomorrow for more of the finest in feature film entertainment, exciting sports action, and public service programming. WPHL-TV is owned and operated by WPHL-TV, Inc., a subsidiary of the Providence Journal Company, with studios and offices at 50th Street and Wynnefield Avenue in Philadelphia, and transmitter site on Domino Lane in Roxborough, Pennsylvania. We telecast on channel 17, with 2,300,000 watts of visual power, and 350,000 watts of aural power. We invite your questions and comments. Address them to: Program Director, WPHL-TV, 5001 Wynnefield Ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19131. A pleasant good evening from the staff and management of channel 17.

Late 1980s Edit

Sign-on Edit

This is Channel 17, WPHL-TV, Philadelphia's foremost independent television station, where you'll always find the very best in feature film entertainment, exciting sports action, and public service programming. WPHL-TV is owned and operated by WPHL-TV, Inc., a subsidiary of the Taft Broadcasting Partners Limited Partnership, with studios and offices at 50th and Wynnefield Avenue, and transmitter site on Domino Lane in Roxborough, Pennsylvania. We telecast on channel 17, with 2,300,000 watts of visual power, and 230,000 watts of aural power. We invite your questions and comments. Address them to: Program Director, WPHL-TV, 5001 Wynnefield Ave., Philadelphia, PA, 19131. Stay with us throughout the day for today's best entertainment and information.

Sign-off Edit

This is Channel 17, WPHL-TV, Philadelphia's foremost independent television station, closing another broadcast day. We hope you'll join us tomorrow for more of the finest in feature film entertainment, exciting sports action, and public service programming. WPHL-TV is owned and operated by WPHL-TV, Inc., a subsidiary of the Taft Broadcasting Partners Limited Partnership, with studios and offices at 50th and Wynnefield Avenue, and transmitter site on Domino Lane in Roxborough, Pennsylvania. We telecast on channel 17, with 2,300,000 watts of visual power, and 230,000 watts of aural power. We invite your questions and comments. Address them to: Program Director, WPHL-TV, 5001 Wynnefield Ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19131. A pleasant good evening from the staff and management of channel 17.