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Late 1950s (WRCA-TV) Edit

Sign-off (voiced by Jerry Damon, Saturday evening version) Edit

And so we conclude our Saturday evening program schedule on WRCA-TV, channel 4 in New York.

For the best in television entertainment, it's channel 4, NBC New York.

For the best in radio entertainment, turn now to WRCA radio, 660 on your AM dial, or 97.1 on FM sets, for Marathon with John Clark.

Join us here tomorrow morning at 7, when we return to the air with the Modern Farmer.

Until then, on behalf of the entire staff of WRCA-TV, this is Jerry Damon bidding you a very pleasant good night.

Early 1960s Edit

Sign-off (voiced by Bob Waldrop) Edit

WNBC-TV, Channel 4 in New York, a subscriber and good standing to the Television Code, Television Code Board, Washington DC.

This concludes our evening program schedule on WNBC-TV, channel 4 in New York. For the best in television entertainment, look to channel 4, the station of varied viewing, and join us here on channel 4 tomorrow, when we return to the air with more of your favorite programs.

Now, on behalf of the staff of WNBC-TV, this is Brett Facey bidding you good night.

Ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

1964 Edit

Sign-off (voiced by Matt Thomas) Edit

WNBC-TV, Channel 4 in New York, a subscriber and good standing to the Television Code, Television Code Board, Washington DC.

This concludes our evening program schedule on WNBC-TV, channel 4 in New York. For the best in television entertainment, look to channel 4, the station of varied viewing.

Join us here on channel 4 tomorrow, when we return to the air with more of your favorite programs.

We invite now to tune to WNBC radio, 660 or 97.1 on FM sets, for All-Night in New York.

This is Matt Thomas, who on behalf of the staff of WNBC-TV, bids you good night.

And now ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

Late 1960s-Early 1980s Edit

Sign-off (voiced by Arthur Gary) Edit

WNBC-TV, Channel 4 in New York, a subscriber and good standing to the Television Code, Television Code Board, Washington DC.

This concludes our program schedule for the day. Portions of the preceding broadcast day were

WNBC Channel 4 - News, Sermonette, & Sign-Off (1980)10:01

WNBC Channel 4 - News, Sermonette, & Sign-Off (1980)

WNBC-TV sign off 1980

pre-recorded. For the best in television entertainment, stay with WNBC-TV channel 4 in New York.

We will return to the air tomorrow with more of your favorite programs.

This is Arthur Gary, wishing you a good night on behalf of channel 4.

And now, our national anthem.

Mid-late 1980s Edit

Sign-on (by Fred Facey) Edit

Good Morning.
WNBC Channel 4 Sign off (Late 1985)02:06

WNBC Channel 4 Sign off (Late 1985)

This is Channel 4, WNBC-TV in New York.

This begins our programming schedule for today.

Portions of the following day are pre-recorded.

For the best entertainment, stay with WNBC-TV Channel 4 in New York.

This is Fred Facey wishing you a good morning on behalf on channel 4.

Sign-off (by Fred Facey) Edit

This is Channel 4, WNBC-TV in New York.

This concludes our programming schedule for today.

Portions of the preceding day are pre-recorded.

For the best entertainment, stay with WNBC-TV Channel 4 in New York.

This is Fred Facey wishing a good night on behalf on channel 4.

We will return to the air tomorrow with more of your favorite programs.

And now, our national anthem.

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