WTIC-TV Weekday Afternoon Lineup Promo

It’s WTIC-TV Week! WTIC-TV signed on in September 1984, the second TV station in Connecticut to use those call letters. It was an independent station until October 1986, when it affiliated with the new Fox Broadcasting Company.

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Here’s a February 1985 promotional spot for the WTIC-TV (Channel 61) weekday afternoon cartoon block, from February 1985, consisting of Casper and Friends, Mighty Mouse, Popeye Club and The Voltron Power Hour.

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One Reply to “WTIC-TV Weekday Afternoon Lineup Promo”

  1. March 25, 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of the day WNOL-TV Channel 38 signed on in my area as the second Independent station in New Orleans. I remember the first day vividly, as Batman, a program I much obsessed over in my youth, was part of the first day of broadcasting; it particularly made Batman a Sunday morning ritual for me all over again, like it was for WGNO-TV 26 in the 1970s. :)

    Through its 3-decades, it has endured transitions from Independent to network (FOX 38, WB38, CW 38) to back to Independent/sister staion to now-WGNO ABC 26 (NOLA 38). So…here’s to 30 years of New Orleaninas not staying home without Channel 38! 8)

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