Sun Jun 27 20:09:07 EDT 2010
Westinghouse had a vision about TV that RKO never did.
I *suspect* that since WOR-TV also mailed it in that the NY honchos
told WNAC to do everything on the cheap.
The Herald-Traveler certainly spared no expense in 1957 going full
color ( to curry favor with RCA-NBC) and they also were very, very
good. WNAC didn't wake up until around 1970.
On 6/27/10, Scott Fybush <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 6/27/2010 7:57 PM, Kevin Vahey wrote:
>> It is amazing how when you talk to people who are old enough how few
>> memories WNAC-TV generated between 1948 and 1957 before Channel 5 went
>> on air. People have strong channel 4 memories but take away Louise
>> Morgan, Gus Saunders you don't have much.
>> For 10 years Boston was a 2 station town for commercial TV - were they
>> that bad when they went local?
> Or was channel 4 just *THAT* good?
> (As a Soldiers Field Road alumnus, I think I know my answer... :)
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