WTAR-TV, the Virginian Pilot, the Ledger Dispatch and Portsmouth Star station, channel 3 in Norfolk, Virginia, leaves the air for tonight. WTAR-TV has 100,000 watts video power and 50,000 watts audio. This is the Television Seal of the National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters, symbol of the broadcasting standards set forth in the Television Code, as administered by the Television Code Board, Washington, DC. WTAR-TV is a subscriber to the Television Code.
1970s-early 80s (WTAR-TV)EditWTAR-TV, television 3 in Norfolk, Virginia, now concludes another full day and night of broadcasting from its radio and television center on Boush St. This seal of the National Review Board of the National Association of Broadcasters is the symbol of good television. WTAR-TV subscribes to the high standards set forth in the TV Code. To see the best TV, stay with television 3.
This concludes another day of broadcasting in Hampton Roads on WTKR Newschannel 3. Newschannel 3 is an affiliate of the CBS Television network. Join us later this morning for the very best in news, information and entertainment. We're proud to be serving all of Hampton Roads. Thank you for watching WTKR Newschannel 3. Now, our national anthem.
This concludes the broadcast day on WTKR Newschannel 3. Newschannel 3 is an affiliate of the CBS television network. Tune in again tomorrow for the very best in news, information, and entertainment. We're proud to be serving all of Hampton Roads. You're watching WTKR Newschannel 3.
Mid 2010s-present Edit
(No announcement or national anthem, station goes directly to weather radar after ending broadcast day on early Saturday and Sunday mornings)