KVUE Channel 24, Austin, Texas
Community VUE and Sign-off
recorded December 1986

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KVUE became Austin's first ever full-time ABC network station when it commenced telecasting in September 1971. Before that, viewers in Texas' capital city saw ABC shows either on Austin's KTBC/7 (now O&Oed by Fox) or on San Antonio's KSAT/12 (still with ABC). The Gannett Company purchased KVUE in mid-1986, but in 1999 swapped it to the Belo Corporation (who then owned WFAA-TV/8 in Dallas) in exchange for Belo's KXTV in Sacramento CA. Gannett would get KVUE back in 2013 when it acquired Belo for $1.5 billion. KVUE is now part of Tegna, Gannett's former brodcasting division which became a separate entity in 2015

The seven-minute video kicks off with a special "Peace on Earth" animated station ID. Afterwards comes 24 Community VUE (view), a bulletn-board program hosted by Marta Spillman, who announces the various upcoming holiday events in Austin. Immediately following is a nice computer-animated sign-off that displays Television 24's technical stats as if being printed on a piece of paper. The video ends with a "My Country 'tis of Thee" film produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a.k.a the Mormon Church.

Page created Sunday, 15 December 2019

NOTE: The video files featured on this website are taken from my VHS home recordings of over-the-air and cable video captures, clips contributed by others and YouTube video embeds. The quality varies from clip to clip, due to TV reception and recording issues. None of the clips that are featured here have been authorized by the various television stations, networks or any other entity.