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What Do You Remember About WGSF?

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   These web pages comprise an on-going endeavor to compile a history of the WGSF Television station, utilizing the internet to store data from the files of the former PBS station, including correspondence, pictures, program schedules, and other memorabilia. Fortunately, many of the documents from WGSF have been retained, along with some items of equipment. I am especially interested in including memories and insights from people who participated in this community television experience. Contributions and comments are welcome.

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    Hopefully, these web pages will develop into a compilation of these resources with memories and insights from people who participated in the community television experience. If you were involved in some way with the TV station , as an Administrator, Employee, Student Staffer, Volunteer, or in the Community Support groups, please Help Preserve the Legacy of WGSF.

The best way to contribute is via FACEBOOK - Wildcat News Network

Public Posts at Wgsf-TV & WNN historical

Click on a highlighted LINK to read the article.
First Day of Broadcasting
Cox_Wheeler 1963-64
Games Slayter Family
Pool Party Remote
WGSF_Transmitter Duty
Teacher Robert McDaniel
WGSF TV Cameras
The Mobile TV Truck
Electrical Power for the TV Truck
The "Blue Truck"
Program Origination
TV Training Classes
WGSF Personnel
Adult Volunteers
Control Room
Election Coverage
Summer Festival
Summer School
Hartford Fair
Changing Channels
WGSF Picnics
WGSF Reunions
Sports Coverage
Graduation Coverage
Teen Time
On The Road to: ???
John's Movies - "Rotten Egg Award"
31 Reports

Mrs. Armstong's Music
Schools In Action
Move to Channel 19

Community Groups
"Your Topic" !?!?
The Green Box (Work records)
Wildcat Den
Summer Festival

Start your own topic if you don't see something listed that stirs your memory cells . . .

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