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1980 Edit

WPTZ & US National Anthem moog version

WPTZ & US National Anthem moog version

This is Channel 5, WPTZ, Plattsburgh-North Pole-Burlington, serving the fast-developing Champlain and Saint Lawrence Valleys. WPTZ is owned and operated by Rollins Telecasting, Inc., operating on an assigned frequency of 76 to 82 megahertz with power output of 25,100 watts visual, 4,270 watts aural, as authorized by the FCC. Our transmitter is located on Terry Mountain, studios and offices located at Old Moffitt Road in Plattsburgh, New York, and studio and offices located at 1 Burlington Square, Burlington, Vermont. Rollins Telecasting also operates studio-transmitter links KEF-93 and KEH-57, transmitter in Plattsburgh, New York, and intercity relay stations KRH-73, KTQ-34, KVF-30, KVF-31, WHA-855 and WHA-856. We are now leaving the air.

1989 Edit

WPTZ Channel 5 Sign Off - Spring 1989

WPTZ Channel 5 Sign Off - Spring 1989

This is WPTZ Channel 5, Plattsburgh-North Pole-Burlington, serving northeastern New York, Vermont, and the greater Montreal area. WPTZ is owned and operated by Heritage Media Corporation, operating on an assigned frequency of 76 to 82 megahertz with power output of 25,000 watts visual and 4,270 watts aural. Our transmitter is located on Terry Mountain, and our main office and studios are located on Old Moffitt Road in Plattsburgh, New York, with a remote studio located at 45 Roosevelt Highway, Colchester, Vermont. Heritage Media Corporation also operates studio-transmitter links KEF-93 and KEH-57, and TV relay stations KQT-34, WLD-659, WHA-855, and WHA-856.