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1964 (WTOP-TV) Edit

(NAB Seal of Good Practice shown on screen)

This seal is a symbol of good television. It signifies that WTOP-TV observes the high standards of programming and advertising recommended by the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. To see better TV, watch television 9, a TV Code station.

(Station logo displayed on screen)

WTOP-TV 9 (now WUSA) Sign-Off 1964 Re-creation01:29

WTOP-TV 9 (now WUSA) Sign-Off 1964 Re-creation

This is television station WTOP-TV, operated by Post-Newsweek Stations, a division of the Washington Post Company, with studios and offices located in Broadcast House, 40th and Brandywine Streets, Northwest Washington, 16DC. WTOP-TV, the Post-Newsweek Station in the nation's capital, transmits on television 9, on the frequency band of 186-192 megacycles. The programs of WTOP-TV are intended primarily for home reception. Other use may not be made without permission from WTOP television. WTOP-TV returns to the air this morning with Morning Meditations at 6:50, followed by _________________ at X;XX. We invite you now to tune to WTOP radio, 1500 on the AM dial, 96.13 on the FM dial for Music 'Til Dawn with Terry Horrigan. Now ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

Late 1970s-early 1980s (WDVM) Edit

WDVM-TV 9 (now WUSA) Sign-Off 198005:32

WDVM-TV 9 (now WUSA) Sign-Off 1980

(NAB Seal of Good Practice shown on screen)

This seal signifies that television 9 is a TV Code station. The high standard of programming and advertising recommended in the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters benefits everyone. So to see better television, watch television 9.

(Station logo displayed on screen)

This is television station WDVM-TV channel 9, Washington, DC, owned and operated by the Evening News Association; offices at 40th and Brandywine Streets Northwest. WDVM transmits television channel 9 on a frequency band of 186-192 megahertz. The programs of WDVM are primarily for home reception, and other use may not be made without permission from WDVM-TV. We return to the air this morning at X:XX a.m. with Morning Meditations. WDVM-TV, Washington, DC, now bids you good night. Ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

Mid 1980s Edit

WUSA 1988 Signoff03:11

WUSA 1988 Signoff

This is television station WUSA-TV channel 9, Washington, DC, owned and operated by the Evening News Association; offices at 40th and Brandywine Streets Northwest. WUSA-TV transmits television channel 9 on a frequency band of 186-192 megahertz. The programs of WUSA-TV are intended primarily for home reception, and other use may not be made without permission from WUSA-TV. May we remind you that we return to the air this morning at X:XX. WUSA-TV Washington bids you a good night. Ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

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