TSG loves ending the week with a little TV sign-off – a reminder of how it used to be when TV needed its beauty rest too. This week, travel back with TSG to the Ontario of 1982 for Global TV’s Sign-off:
The last post of Friday is a sentimental favorite of TSG’s – it’s a celebration of a time in our lives when TV had a curfew and we couldn’t stay up all night watching TV. We always had the Star Spangled Banner to see us off to dreamland, and the promise that our favorite channel ... Read More »
Another week, another TV sign-off to take us out of this week and into the weekend. If you’re new to the site, TSG started doing these about two years ago as a fun way to, well, sign off for the week. Today’s selection comes from WCTV in Thomasville/Tallahassee and dates back to good ‘ol 1991 ... Read More »
It’s been almost 2 years since TSG started sharing these TV sign-off videos. I love the idea of having a sign-off for the week, and these classic clips always seem to do the trick. For those of you out there who remember when TV had broadcast hours and off-air hours, I hope these videos are ... Read More »
This week’s sign-ff is a first for this blog feature: a LIVE TV sign-off! This one was originally broadcast on WKPC-TV in Louisville, Kentucky back in 1987 and features a crazy auction. Do any of our Kentucky Swaggernauts remember this? TSG definitely wants to hear more about it. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
As the week winds down, TSG is back with yet another sign-off from the days when TV had a bedtime. The year? 1982. The place? Spokane, Washington. The channel? KXLY. Take us away, Paul Peterson: Have a great weekend, Swaggernauts!
As the work week winds down here on the West Coast, TSG is here to bring you another classic TV Sign-off to remind you of the golden days when even TV had a bedtime. This week is from WJZ-TV 13 in Baltimore, Maryland all the way back in 1981. I think you might recognize one ... Read More »
TSG posted this WCMH sign-off from the 80s last year, but it’s just so good I had to bring it back. This is pure 70s/80s – everything from the music to the camera work to the graphics and effects: Have a great weekend, everyone!