KSPS-TV Channel 7, Spokane, Washington
Star Hustler and Sign-off recorded
Wednesday, 16 September 1992

Page modified Sunday, 31 May 2020

Our video kicks off with with an episode of Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler, in which Jack explains why the season of Fall is called "Fall". Following this is Channel 7's sign-off, in which we see visuals of running water over rocks and a wheat field. The signal is cut off for about three seconds, then is reinstated with listings of the KSPS-TV prime-time schedules for the 17th, 18th and 19th of September. This, of course, would suggest that this recording was made on the night of the 16th.

KSPS-TV began life on the 24th of April 1967 from the basement of Adams Elementary of the Spokane Public Schools, the SPS in the call letters. In 1972 the Friends of Seven, known today as Friends of KSPS, was founded to secure funding for Channel 7's operations. In late July 2012 the SPS board voted unanimously to spin off Channel 7 to Friends of KSPS, whose board voted unanimously to take control of KSPS immediately afterwards. In Fall 2013 the transition from educational to community-licensed station was completed.

RELATED VIDEO: KSPS-TV Ch. 7 Sign-off recorded circa late 1980s

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