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Re: First in color in Boston ?

On Mon, 4 Aug 1997, KEVIN VAHEY wrote:

> WBZ had a local film chain in late 65, and I "recall" that the news went
> color in 1966 (with gawdaful RCA TK 42's).  I believe that Boomtown stayed
> B&W mainly because of lighting. BTW does anybody remember what year WBZ
> ripped out their studio seating?

I seem to remember that in 1957, before WHDH-TV came on the air, channel 4
ran some syndicated filmed series in color, and claimed it was "New
England's only local color show."  I suppose they were able to show films
in color, but not live programming. 

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