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1964 Edit

Sign-off (voiced by Fred Manness, from 8-31-64) Edit

Now this is Frederick Manness, on this Monday morning, August 31, 1964, speaking for the staff and management of WOR-TV, bidding you a very pleasant good night, until WOR-TV resumes telecasting on channel 9.

Meanwhile, there's more going on than meets the eye; the amazing Randi and his fascinating guests meet to conjure with the infinite, seven nights a week, midnight to dawn on WOR radio, 710 on your dial.

And remember, wherever you'll be tomorrow, you'll get news in depth, 15 minutes of the latest news, market reports, sports development, and traffic reports, every hour around the clock on WOR radio, 710 on your dial.

We now close our broadcasting day with a moment of prayer. Tonight's prayer is presented in cooperation with the radio and TV office of the Archdiocese of New York, and delivered by the Right Reverend Monsigner Allisheiger F. Kugen of St Mary's Church, Mt. Vernon, New York.

1970s-80s Edit

Sign-on Edit

WOR TV 9 New York NY 1972 Sign On00:25

WOR TV 9 New York NY 1972 Sign On

Early 1970s version Edit

Good morning. This is television station WOR-TV in New York, transmitting on television channel 9 between the frequencies of 186 and 192 MHz, with studios located in the WOR-TV production center at 1481 Broadway, offices at 1440 Broadway, and transmitter atop the Empire State Building. And now, our national anthem.

Mid 1970s version Edit

WOR-TV Sign-on Audio Circa 197501:57

WOR-TV Sign-on Audio Circa 1975

Good morning. This is television station WOR-TV in New York City, transmitting on channel 9 between the frequencies of 186 and 192 Mhz, with studios located in the WOR-TV production center at 1481 Broadway, offices at 1440 Broadway, and transmitter atop the Empire State Building. This station is a member of the Association of Independent Television Stations. And now, our national anthem.

Late 1970s-early 80s version Edit

WOR 9 sign-on & news brief 198105:51

WOR 9 sign-on & news brief 1981

Good morning. This is television station WOR-TV New York, transmitting on television channel 9 between the frequencies of 186 and 192 MHz, with studios located in the WOR-TV production center at 1481 Broadway, offices at 1440 Broadway, and transmitter atop the Empire State Building. This station is a member of the Association of Independent Television Stations. We now begin our broadcast day with a salute to our nation.

Sign-off (from 1975, voiced by Bob Jordan) Edit

This is Bob Jordan speaking for the staff and management of WOR-TV on this Tuesday morning, wishing you a very pleasant good night, and inviting you to join us again. We'll resume telecasting here on channel 9 at 7:23 this morning.

WOR TV 9 Secaucus NJ 1975 sign off00:59

WOR TV 9 Secaucus NJ 1975 sign off

Channel 9 is a member of the Association of Independent Television Stations.

This morning on WOR-AM, you'll get a head start in your day, with news, weather and transit information, plus exclusive on-the-spot traffic reports from WOR's helicopter, 710 on radio's number one morning show, Rambling with Gambling.

Throughout your day, wherever you are, hear the news as it happens, plus a full 15 minutes of news on the hour on your station for news, WOR 710 radio, New York.

We now end our broadcast day with this moment of prayer.

Notes Edit

  • As of 1986, WOR-TV is known as WWOR-TV.
  • From the early-1980s onward, channel 9 has been a 24/7 station.

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