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1973-1976 Edit

WWLP TV 22 Springfield MA 1973 Sign Off

WWLP TV 22 Springfield MA 1973 Sign Off

WWLP Springfield, WRLP Greenfield. The programs broadcast by the station are for the enjoyment and advancement of the public within the area which the Federal Communications Commission licenses this station to serve. For these programs WWLP and WRLP have secured exclusive contract rights. Duplication or redistribution for profit without the express written consent of this station is an infringement of this exclusivity contract and is unlawful.

You are tuned to channel 22, television station WWLP, and channel 32, television station WRLP, stations owned and operated by Springfield Television Broadcasting Corporation. WWLP operates under an assigned radiated visual power of 1,000,000 watts and audio power of 107,000 watts in the Greater Springfield-Hartford area. Our assigned frequency is 518 to 524 megahertz with studios and transmitter located on Provin Mountain, in Agawam, Massachusetts.

Television station WRLP serving Greenfield, Massachusetts, Brattleboro, Vermont and Keene, New Hampshire, operates on an assigned frequency of 578 to 584 megahertz, with an effective radiated power output of 468,000 watts visual, and 46,800 watts aural by authority of the Federal Communications Commission. Programming is supplied to WRLP through the microwave intercity relay stations KZB-37, and KZB-38, operating on the frequencies of 6,875 to 6,900 megahertz, and 7,000 to 7,025 megahertz. WRLP maintains transmitting facilities at the top of Gun Hill, Winchester, New Hampshire.

We are about to conclude another day of telecast service. We shall return to the air with test pattern this morning at 6:50, and resume programming at 7:00 a.m. With the playing of our national anthem, on behalf of all of us here, we bid you a very pleasant good night.

(Star-Spangled Banner plays, not heard on recording above)

1976-1978 Edit

WWLP-TV 22 (Springfield MA) and WRLP-TV 32 (Greenfield MA) - Sign Off recorded 25 July 1976

WWLP-TV 22 (Springfield MA) and WRLP-TV 32 (Greenfield MA) - Sign Off recorded 25 July 1976

WWLP Springfield, WRLP Greenfield.

The programs broadcast by the station are for the enjoyment and advancement of the public within the area which the Federal Communications Commission licenses this station to serve. For these programs WWLP and WRLP have secured exclusive contract rights. Duplication or redistribution for profit without the express written consent of this station is an infringement of this exclusivity contract and is unlawful.

You are tuned to channel 22, television station WWLP, and channel 32, television station WRLP, stations owned and operated by Springfield Television Broadcasting Corporation. WWLP operates under an assigned radiated visual power of 1,000,000 watts and audio power of 107,000 watts in the Greater Springfield-Hartford area. Our assigned frequency is 518 to 524 megahertz with studios and transmitter located on Provin Mountain, in Agawam, Massachusetts.

Television station WRLP serving Greenfield, Massachusetts, Brattleboro, Vermont and Keene, New Hampshire, operates on an assigned frequency of 578 to 584 megahertz, with an effective radiated power output of 468,000 watts visual, and 46,800 watts aural by authority of the Federal Communications Commission. Programming is supplied to WRLP through the microwave intercity relay stations KZB-37, and KZB-38, operating on the frequencies of 6,875 to 6,900 megahertz, and 7,000 to 7,025 megahertz. WRLP maintains transmitting facilities at the top of Gun Hill, Winchester, New Hampshire.

We are about to conclude another day of telecast service. We shall return to the air with test pattern this morning at 6:45, and resume programming at 6:50 a.m.

And now with the playing of the following, on behalf of all of us here, we bid you a very pleasant, good night.

(Lord's Prayer film)

1978-1986 Edit

You are tuned to channel 22, television station WWLP, owned and operated by Springfield Television Broadcasting Corporation. WWLP operates under an assigned radiated visual power of 1,000,000 watts and audio power of 107,000 watts in the Greater Springfield-Hartford area. Our assigned frequency is 518 to 524 megahertz with studios and transmitter located on Provin Mountain, in Agawam, Massachusetts.

We are about to conclude another day of telecast service. We shall return to the air with test pattern this morning at X:XX, and resume programming at X:XX a.m.

And now with the playing of the following, on behalf of all of us here, we bid you a very pleasant good night.

1986-1995 (voiced by Al Lehman) Edit

WWLP 1987 Sign Off

WWLP 1987 Sign Off

WWLP Channel 22 now concludes another day of broadcast service. Television Station WWLP doing business as Adams TV of Springfield, Inc. is owned and operated by Adams Communications Corporation, and station is licensed to Springfield, Massachusetts, with studios and transmitter located on Provin Mountain, in Agawam, Massachusetts.

On behalf of all of us at WWLP, have a very pleasant evening!

2006-2017 Edit

WWLP TV 22 now concludes another broadcast day.

WWLP 22news NBC Springfield, MA Signoff

WWLP 22news NBC Springfield, MA Signoff

This television station is licensed to Springfield, Massachusetts, with transmitters located on Provin Mountain, in Agawam, Massachusetts, and studios in Chicopee, Massachusetts.

On behalf of all of us here at WWLP, have a very pleasant evening!

(goes straight to the testcard with tone)

2017-present Edit

WWLP DT Sign off segment and off-air message (2017)

WWLP DT Sign off segment and off-air message (2017)

WWLP 22, 22.2 and 22.3 Springfield, now conclude another broadcast day.

This television station is licensed to Springfield, Massachusetts, with transmitters located on Provin Mountain in Agawam, Massachusetts, and studios in Chicopee, Massachusetts.

On behalf of all of us at WWLP, have a very pleasant evening.

(goes straight to the testcard with tone)