The following are opens from WXIX-TV in Cincinnati from 1993 onward. Here is what you can find in this compilation: (0:05) “The Midnight News” intro (1993-1996) (0:46-2:41) “19 News First Look,” “19 in the Morning,” and “The Ten O’Clock News” intros (1996-2002) (2:41-3:49) “Fox 19 Morning News” and “Ten O’Clock News” intros (2002-2009) (3:49-4:37) “Fox 19 Morning News,” “Evening News” and “Ten O’Clock News” intros (2009-2011) (4:37-5:13) “Fox 19 Now” morning, “Morning Extra,” generic and “Ten O’Clock News” intros (2011-2014) (5:13-6:34) “Fox 19 Now” intros (2014-present) (C) 2018 Raycom Media
I hope you guys enjoy these classics. I have been carrying them around for almost 40 years. There's a story behind each commercial. These represent the creative work of David Schackmann, Denny Christine, Denny Grayson, John Lyons, & Paul Saas as creative directors. The trade-outs are pretty obvious. Paul Nugent is probably responsible for those. There's a lot of Bill Ramsey in there. My favorite is my "dancing sofa beds" spot in which Ramsey did the choreography and Tom Von Hoene did the editing. (Von- Hoene- A-Tech.) The production managers were Tom Silberman, Denny Grayson and Bob Wolpert.. I think Wolpert shot the Glen Este film. The work of Bob Stothfang, Ty Clear, Rene' White, Rhonda Kramer and Larry Glazer is all in there. (Rhonda is the model and spokesperson in case you don't recognize her). Also, check out the take on John Lyons when Cathy leaves the set in the "Passport to Pleasure" spot. And, of course, the dulcet tones of the greatest announcer and audio producer ever, Greg Eversull. They called him "Mario." I never knew why. Please comment freely on what you remember about these times. It was a "gas." Bill Brandt 1970-74 Taconic Terrace
These are commercials seen during an airing of "Dumbo" on WXIX 19 Cincinnati, in the holiday season of 1989, which explains why some of the ads are related to Christmas in some way. Description coming soon.
WXIX-TV Metromedia 19, Newport KY, Cincinnati OH dancing letters c. mid 70's
Portion of a weekday morning newscast from the Fox affiliate in Cincinnati, OH. Some commercials were included. Posted for educational and historical purposes only. All material is under the copyright of their original holders. No copyright infringement is intended.
Taped in 1983, here is an ID and Sat. Late Movie intro, from WXIX, Channel 19, in Cincinnati, OH.
A small portion of Puppeteer Larry Smith's last show on WXIX, channel 19
This is a look at use of interactive weather elements to tell the daily weather story.
WXIX's Ben Katko identifies similarities between the failed subway project and Cranley's effort to kill the under-construction streetcar system.