KIRO-TV Channel 7, Seattle WA
Sign-Off from 1 April 1990

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It's the wee hours of Sunday morning, the first day of April 1990, and the day that Daylight Savings Time begins at 2 AM local time in the United States. In the wrap-up portion of KIRO-TV's 11 PM newscast (repeated before the sign-off), anchorman Brian Wood reminds the viewers to adjust the clocks accordingly (spring forward). The newscast ends with anchorwoman Monica Wood introducing a story about some baby ducks being rescued from a storm drain in Coral Gables, Florida. After a PSA and two promos for KIRO-TV News comes the sign-off announcement, just a computer-generated static ID with voice-over. The color bars follow the sign-off, utilizing music piped in from one of Seattle's FM radio stations. KIRO-TV 7 has been Seattle's CBS-TV network affiliate from its first air date on 8 February 1958 to the present, except for two years in 1995-97 when it was affiliated with the old United Paramount Network (UPN, now MyNetworkTV).

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