|Mississippi Educational Television Network|
(now Mississippi Public Broadcasting)
Sign-On recorded circa 1992 (Black & White)
Page modified Wednesday, 10 June 2020
A long-distance sign-off capture submitted by Matt Sittel of Belleview, Nebraska, who made this recording while living in the Florida Panhandle area in the early 1990s. It is not known which of the nine stations of the Mississippi ETV Network this was recorded from. It is a black & white recording which begins with the final few seconds of the "Flag Evolution" SSB film from 1971, followed by a rundown of the eight network stations and translator station W45AA, with mentions of operating frequencies and power output for each. This is probably the longest sign-ON clip the Webmaster has found yet. The State of Mississippi was a latecomer in educational/public TV in the U.S., all eight of its stations first signed on the air between 1970 and 1974.
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