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1970s-early 80sEdit

Sign-onEdit

WKBW-TV 7 Buffalo, NY Sign on 1980s

WKBW-TV 7 Buffalo, NY Sign on 1980s

This is WKBW-TV, and microwave relays WFD-521 and KEJ-58, owned and operated by Capital Cities Communications, with studios at 7 Broadcast Place in Buffalo, New York, and transmitter at Colden, New York. WKBW-TV operates on channel 7, with a frequency of 174-180 mhz, and transmits a power of 100,000 watts, with an antenna height of 2,808 feet above sea level. WKBW-TV is on the air seven days a week. Portions of our programs have been pre-recorded, filmed and transcribed.

Factual, unbiased news is part of WKBW-TV's programming, recommended by the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. Watch the news daily; you see better television on channel 7, a Television Code station. 

Sign-off (voiced by Warren "Clip" Smith)Edit

Factual, unbiased news is part of WKBW-TV's programming, recommended by the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. Watch the news daily; you see better television on channel 7, a Television Code station. 

Buffalo WKBW 7 sign off 1982

Buffalo WKBW 7 sign off 1982

This is WKBW-TV, and microwave relays WFD-521 and KEJ-58, owned and operated by Capital Cities Communications, with studios at 7 Broadcast Place in Buffalo, New York, and transmitter at Colden, New York. WKBW-TV operated on channel 7, with a frequency of 174-180 mhz, and transmits a power of 100,000 watts, with an antenna height of 2,808 feet above sea level. WKBW-TV is on the air seven days a week. Portions of our programs have been pre-recorded, filmed and transcribed. 

Mid-1980sEdit

Sign-onEdit

This is WKBW-TV, and microwave relays WFD-521 and KEJ-58, owned and operated by Queen City Broadcasting, with studios at 7 Broadcast Place in Buffalo, New York, and transmitter at Colden, New York. WKBW-TV operates on channel 7, with a frequency of 174-180 mhz, and transmits a power of 100,000 watts, with an antenna height of 2,808 feet above sea level. WKBW-TV is on the air seven days a week. Portions of our programs have been pre-recorded, filmed and transcribed. 

Factual, unbiased news is part of WKBW-TV's programming, recommended by the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. Watch the news daily; you see better TV on channel 7, a Television Code station. 

Sign-offEdit

Factual, unbiased news is part of WKBW-TV's programming, recommended by the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. Watch the news daily; you see better television on channel 7, a Television Code station. 

WKBW Buffalo Sign Off (1986)

WKBW Buffalo Sign Off (1986)

This is WKBW-TV, and microwave relays WFD-521 and KEJ-58, owned and operated by Queen City Broadcasting, with studios at 7 Broadcast Place in Buffalo, New York, and transmitter at Colden, New York. WKBW-TV operated on channel 7, with a frequency of 174-180 mhz, and transmits a power of 100,000 watts, with an antenna height of 2,808 feet above sea level. WKBW-TV is on the air seven days a week. Portions of our programs have been pre-recorded, filmed and transcribed. 

Late 1980s/early 1990s (Used for both sign-on and sign-off)Edit

This is WKBW-TV, and microwave relays KEJ-58 and WFD-521, owned and operated by Queen City Broadcasting, with studios at 7 Broadcast Place in Buffalo, New York, and transmitter at Colden, New York. WKBW-TV operates on channel 7, with a frequency of 174-180 mhz, and transmits a power of 100,000 watts, with an antenna height of 2,808 feet above sea level. WKBW-TV is on the air seven days a week. Portions of our programs have been pre-recorded.

Buffalo WKBW 7 sign on June 10 1991

Buffalo WKBW 7 sign on June 10 1991

WKBW Sign on from 1991

WKBW Buffalo 7 Sign-off September 1987-0

WKBW Buffalo 7 Sign-off September 1987-0

WKBW-TV Sign off from 1987