WNVT-TV Channel 53 (now Ch. 30),
Goldvein VA Sign-Off recorded circa 1982

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The simplest type of TV station sign-off, a slide and voice-over announcement. WNVT and its sister station WNVC Channel 24 are now known as MHz Networks, serving northern Virginia and the Washington DC area with non-commercial educational and international programming over ten digital subchannels. The hamlet of Goldvein, just northwest of Fredricksburg in northern Virginia, once boasted eighteen active commercial gold mines, hence the name Goldvein. This clip was recorded and contributed by John Pinckney of Pasadena CA.

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