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Date Posted: 05:33:52 08/10/12 Fri
Author: Chuck Y
Subject: Re: Newscasters in matching blazers
In reply to: Frank 's message, "Re: Newscasters in matching blazers" on 22:07:01 08/09/12 Thu

I started watch Pittsburgh TV news in the early 70s as a young child, but I dont recall any local newscasters wearing matching blazers. The matching blazers Id recall at that time were ABCs gold Century 21-like ones on Monday Night Football, or Ted Knight wearing the light blue WJM, blazer in his Ted Baxter character.

I do recall both Channels 4 and 11 having their anchors wearing lapel pins in the shapes of the station logos. It was about the late 70s/early 80s when you could notice Paul Long or Joe Denardo having the circle-4 pins on their jackets. Right after the switch to WPXI from WIIC, 11s anchors such as Sam Nover and Hank Baughman would be sporting the new 11 logo on their jackets. Did Channel 2 have anything similar?

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