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Late 1970sEdit

High standards of television entertainment benefit everyone. This seal of the Television Code Review Board of the National Association of Broadcasters is a symbol of good television. To see better television, always watch channel 10, a Television Code station.

This is channel 10, WSLS-TV, Roanoke, Virginia. WSLS-TV 10 is owned and operated by Roy H. Park Broadcasting of Roanoke, Inc., transmitting with 316,000 watts video power and through channel 2 translator station W02AE, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. WSLS-TV 10's programs are relayed from our studios in downtown Roanoke to our transmitter on Poor Mountain by station KIL-45, operating on an assigned frequency 7.0625 gigahertz. WSLS-TV's modern studios are located at Church Avenue and Third Street in downtown Roanoke. And now until X:XX am, when WSLS-TV 10 will return to the air with another full day of telecasting the best in entertainment and information, this is _______________ bidding you a pleasant good morning. Keep your eye on WSLS-TV 10, Western Virginia's first television station, telecasting with the maximum of power and its maximum height on channel 10 from Roanoke, Virginia.

Early 1980sEdit

High standards of television entertainment benefit everyone. This seal of the Television Code Review Board of the National Association of Broadcasters is a symbol of good television. To see better television, always watch channel 10, a Television Code station.

This is channel 10, WSLS-TV, Roanoke, Virginia. WSLS-TV 10 is owned and operated by Roy H. Park Broadcasting of Roanoke, Inc., transmitting with 316,000 watts of video power and through channel 2 translator station W02AE, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. WSLS-TV 10's programs are relayed from our studios in downtown Roanoke to our transmitter on Poor Mountain by station KIL-45, operating on an assigned frequency 7.0625 gigahertz. WSLS-TV 10's modern studios are located at Church Avenue and Third Street in downtown Roanoke. And now until X:XX am, when WSLS-TV 10 will return to the air with another full day of telecasting the best in entertainment and information, this is _______________ bidding you a pleasant good morning. Keep your eye on WSLS-TV 10, Western Virginia's first television station, telecasting with the maximum of power and the maximum height on channel 10 from Roanoke, Virginia.

1989Edit

WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke VA Sign-Off from Summer 1989-0

WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke VA Sign-Off from Summer 1989-0

This is channel 10, WSLS-TV, concluding another day of broadcast activity for central and southwest Virginia. WSLS-TV 10 is owned and operated by Park Communications, Inc., transmitting with 316,000 watts of video power and through channel 2 translator station W02AE, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. WSLS-TV 10's programs, including NBC programs in stereo, are relayed from our studios in downtown Roanoke to our transmitter atop Poor Mountain by station KIL-45, operating on an assigned frequency 7.0625 gigahertz. WSLS-TV 10's studios are located at Church Avenue and Third Street in downtown Roanoke. Join us again later this morning when we will return to the air with another day of broadcasting on WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke's first television station.

1990Edit

WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke, VA Signoff from Spring 1991

WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke, VA Signoff from Spring 1991

This is WSLS-TV, channel 10 television in Roanoke, Virginia, western Virginia's first television station, concluding another day of broadcast activity for southwest and central Virginia. WSLS-TV is owned and operated by Park Communications, Inc., and is an equal opportunity employer. WSLS is a member in good standing of the National Association of Broadcasters, the Virginia Association of Broadcasters, the National Association of Television Program Executives, and affiliated with the National Broadcasting Company. WSLS operates with 316,000 watts of video power on channel 10, and through channel 2 translator station W02AE, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. WSLS-TV programs are relayed from our studios on Third Street and Church Avenue in downtown Roanoke to our transmitter atop Poor Mountain in Roanoke County by station KIL-45, operating on an assigned frequency 7.0625 gigahertz. Including in our transmission are programs in stereo. Please rejoin us later this morning. Good night and good morning.

1993Edit

WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke VA Sign-Off and Sign-On 1993

WSLS-TV 10, Roanoke VA Sign-Off and Sign-On 1993

This is WSLS Channel 10, in Roanoke, Virginia, ending another day of broadcast activity. WSLS operates with 316,000 watts of visual power on channel 10. Programs are relayed from our studios on Church Avenue and Third Street in downtown Roanoke to our transmitter atop Poor Mountain in Roanoke County by station KIL-45, on an assigned frequency 7.0625 gigahertz. This concludes today's programming.