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1980Edit

This is WVVA channel 6, Bluefield, West Virginia. With the preceding program, we end our day of telecasting; we will resume at 5:30 this morning. WVVA is owned by WVVA Television, Inc., an equal opportunity employer, with studios on Route 460 Bypass, Bluefield, West Virginia, transmitter at the top of East River Mountain. WVVA transmits on channel 6 with maximum power and on STL KQH-24.

1989Edit

Say goodnight, West Virginia and Virginia. It's (day of the week here) morning, and we
WVVA-TV 6, Bluefield WV Sign-Off from Summer 1989

WVVA-TV 6, Bluefield WV Sign-Off from Summer 1989

're signing off for a couple of hours. This is WVVA Television, Bluefield, West Virginia. WVVA is owned and operated by WVVA Television, Inc., an equal opportunity employer, with studios at Route 460 Bypass in Bluefield, West Virginia, and transmitting facilities at the top of East River Mountain. WVVA Television transmits on channel 6, with a maximum effective radiated power of 50 kilowatts and on studio-transmitter link WNEM-638. We hope you enjoyed our programming today, and invite you to join us again in a couple of hours for another full day of the best in local programming and news coverage. We'll see you then.

2007Edit

This is WVVA Television 6, Bluefield, West Virginia, concluding another day of broadcast activity for southern West Virginia and southwest Virginia. WVVA Television is an equal opportunity employer, and transmits on channel 6 with a maximum effective radiated power of 50 kilowatts and on studio-transmitter link WNEM-638. Our studios are located on US Route 460 Bypass in Bluefield, with transmitting facilities at the top of East River Mountain. Join us later today when WVVA Television returns to the air for another full day of programming. We'll see you then.