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1979 - 1990 Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning. This is WTVS-TV channel 56 Detriot, Michigan beginning our new broadcast day. WTVS-TV is owned and operated by the Detroit Educational Television Foundation, and its an affiliate of the Public Broadcasting Service. Our offices and main studios are located at 7441 2nd Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan. Transmitting facilities are located at 26945 West 11 Mile Road, between Telegraph and Inkster Roads in Southfield, Michigan. WTVS-TV operates on channel 56, which in turn operates on carrier frequency of 723.25 mHz visual, and 727.75 mHz aural. WTVS-TV is licensed to operate on channel 56, with an effective radiated power of a 1,550,000 watts peak visual, and 155,000 watts peak aural. Our transmitter output power is licensed at 110,000 watts peak visual and 11,000 watts peak aural. WTVS is licensed to broadcast on these frequencies and at these powers by the authority of the Federal Communications Commission. WTVS is also licensed to operate auxiliary broadcast services, among them are: Domestic fixed satellite earth station WS-67. TV intercity relays supporting the satellite earth station, WGV-694, WGV-695, WCX-624, and WCX-625. TV intercity relays from East Lansing, Michigan, WHS-508, WHS-509, WHQ-435. Studio to transmitter link KQI-20 Detroit Board of Education studio to WTVS studio KNZ-62, and Auxiliary to instructional television fixed service WHH-843. The staff and management of channel 56 welcomes you to another day of broadcasting.

Sign-off Edit

As we conclude our broadcast day. The staff and management of channel 56 wishes you a pleasant evening, We'll hope you enjoyed today's programming. Portions of today's programs were pre-recorded on film or videotape. WTVS-TV is owned and operated by the Detroit Educational Television Foundation and its an affiliate of the Public Broadcasting Service. Our offices and main studios are located at 7441 2nd Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan. Transmitting facilities are located at 26945 West 11 Mile Road, between Telegraph and Inkster Roads in Southfield, Michigan. WTVS-TV operates on channel 56, which in turn operates on carrier frequency of 723.25 mHz visual, and 727.75 mHz aural. WTVS-TV is licensed to operate on channel 56, with an effective radiated power of a 1,550,000 watts peak visual, and 155,000 watts peak aural. Our transmitter output power is licensed at 110,000 watts peak visual and 11,000 watts peak aural. WTVS is licensed to broadcast on these frequencies and at these powers by the authority of the Federal Communications Commission. WTVS is also licensed to operate auxiliary broadcast services, among them are: Domestic fixed satellite earth station WS-67. TV intercity relays supporting the satellite earth station, WGV-694, WGV-695, WCX-624, and WCX-625. TV intercity relays from East Lansing, Michigan, WHS-508, WHS-509, WHQ-435. Studio to transmitter link KQI-20 Detroit Board of Education studio to WTVS studio KNZ-62, and Auxiliary to instructional television fixed service WHH-843. We hope you'll join us again tomorrow morning at 6AM for another day of educational television programs. Now from all of us at WTVS-TV, Good night.

1990 - 1992 Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning. This is WTVS Detroit 56. WTVS is owned and operated by the Detroit Educational Television Foundation. Administrative offices and main studios are located at 7441 2nd Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, postal code 48202. Transmitting facilities are located at 26945 West 11 Mile Road, between Telegraph and Inkster Roads in Southfield, Michigan. WTVS operates on channel 56, which in turn operates on carrier frequency of 723.25 mHz visual, and 727.75 mHz aural. WTVS is licensed to operate on channel 56, with an effective radiated power of a 1,550,000 watts peak visual, and 155,000 watts peak aural. Our transmitter output power is licensed at 110,000 watts peak visual and 11,000 watts peak aural. WTVS is licensed to broadcast on these frequencies and at these powers by the Federal Communications Commission, 1919 M Street NW, Washington D.C., 20554. WTVS is also licensed to operate auxiliary broadcast services, among them are: Domestic fixed satellite earth station WS-67. TV intercity relays supporting the satellite earth station, WGV-694, WGV-695, WCX-624, and WCX-625. TV intercity relays from East Lansing, Michigan, WHS-508, WHS-509, WHQ-435. Studio to transmitter link KQI-20 Detroit Board of Education studio to WTVS studio KNZ-62, and Auxiliary to instructional television fixed service WHH-843.

Sign-off Edit

At this time, WTVS concludes its programming schedule until 6 AM. This is WTVS Detroit 56. WTVS is owned and operated by the Detroit Educational Television Foundation. Administrative offices and main studios are located at 7441 2nd Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, postal code 48202. Transmitting facilities are located at 26945 West 11 Mile Road, between Telegraph and Inkster Roads in Southfield, Michigan. WTVS operates on channel 56, which in turn operates on carrier frequency of 723.25 mHz visual, and 727.75 mHz aural. WTVS is licensed to operate on channel 56, with an effective radiated power of a 1,550,000 watts peak visual, and 155,000 watts peak aural. Our transmitter output power is licensed at 110,000 watts peak visual and 11,000 watts peak aural. WTVS is licensed to broadcast on these frequencies and at these powers by the Federal Communications Commission, 1919 M Street NW, Washington D.C., 20554. WTVS is also licensed to operate auxiliary broadcast services, among them are: Domestic fixed satellite earth station WS-67. TV intercity relays supporting the satellite earth station, WGV-694, WGV-695, WCX-624, and WCX-625. TV intercity relays from East Lansing, Michigan, WHS-508, WHS-509, WHQ-435. Studio to transmitter link KQI-20 Detroit Board of Education studio to WTVS studio KNZ-62, and auxiliary to instructional television fixed service WHH-843.

1992 - 1997 Edit

Sign-on Edit

WTVS now returns to the air. This is WTVS Detroit 56. WTVS is owned and operated by the Detroit Educational Television Foundation. Administrative offices and main studios are located at 7441 2nd Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, postal code 48202. Transmitting facilities are located at 26945 West 11 Mile Road, between Telegraph and Inkster Roads in Southfield, Michigan. WTVS operates on channel 56, which in turn operates on carrier frequency of 723.25 mHz visual, and 727.75 mHz aural. WTVS is licensed to operate on channel 56, with an effective radiated power of a 1,550,000 watts peak visual, and 155,000 watts peak aural. Our transmitter output power is licensed at 110,000 watts peak visual and 11,000 watts peak aural. WTVS is licensed to broadcast on these frequencies and at these powers by the Federal Communications Commission, 1919 M Street NW, Washington D.C., 20554. WTVS is also licensed to operate auxiliary broadcast services, among them are: Domestic fixed satellite earth station WS-67. TV intercity relays supporting the satellite earth station, WGV-694, WGV-695, WCX-624, and WCX-625. TV intercity relays from East Lansing, Michigan, WHS-508, WHS-509, WHQ-435. Studio to transmitter link KQI-20 Detroit Board of Education studio to WTVS studio KNZ-62, and Auxiliary to instructional television fixed service WHH-843

Sign-off Edit

WTVS Channel 56, Detroit MI - Sign-Off recorded in 1992

WTVS Channel 56, Detroit MI - Sign-Off recorded in 1992.mpg

WTVS now leaves the air for technical maintenance. Our next scheduled program: 6 AM, thank you for watching WTVS Channel 56. This is WTVS Detroit 56. WTVS is owned and operated by the Detroit Educational Television Foundation. Administrative offices and main studios are located at 7441 2nd Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, postal code 48202. Transmitting facilities are located at 26945 West 11 Mile Road, between Telegraph and Inkster Roads in Southfield, Michigan. WTVS operates on channel 56, which in turn operates on carrier frequency of 723.25 megahertz visual, and 727.75 megahertz aural. WTVS is licensed to operate on channel 56, with an effective radiated power of a 1,550,000 watts peak visual, and 155,000 watts peak aural. Our transmitter output power is licensed at 110,000 watts peak visual and 11,000 watts peak aural. WTVS is licensed to broadcast on these frequencies and at these powers by the Federal Communications Commission, 1919 M Street NW, Washington D.C., 20554. WTVS is also licensed to operate auxiliary broadcast services, among them are: Domestic fixed satellite earth station WS-67. TV intercity relays supporting the satellite earth station, WGV-694, WGV-695, WCX-624, and WCX-625. TV intercity relays from East Lansing, Michigan, WHS-508, WHS-509, WHQ-435. Studio to transmitter link KQI-20 Detroit Board of Education studio to WTVS studio KNZ-62, and Auxiliary to instructional television fixed service WHH-843.