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    Retro: Tucson & Yuma Thursday Februrary 29, 1968

    Tucson & Yuma TV Listings from the Phoenix Arizona Republic
    Thursday, Februrary 29, 1968


    Tucson...

    KVOA channel 4 ( NBC ).....
    8:25 NBC News
    8:30 Concentration
    9:00 Personality
    9:30 Hollywood Squares
    10:00 Jeopardy
    10:30 Eye Guess
    11:00 Mayer Reports
    11:30 Let's Make A Deal
    Noon Days Of Our Lives
    12:30 The Doctors
    1:00 Another World
    1:30 You Don't Say
    2:00 Match Game
    2:30 Movie
    4:30 Girl Talk
    5:00 Reports
    5:30 Huntley-Brinkley
    6:00 News
    6:30 Daniel Boone
    7:30 Dragnet 68
    8:00 Ironside
    9:00 Dean Martin
    10:00 News
    10:15 Johnny Carson
    11:00 Movie


    KGUN channel 9 ( ABC )......
    8:30 Donna Reed
    9:00 Temptation
    9:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law
    10:00 Bewitched
    10:30 Treasure Isle
    11:00 Fugitive
    Noon Newlywed Game
    12:30 Baby Game
    12:55 Children's Doctor
    1:00 General Hosptial
    1:30 Dark Shadows
    2:00 Movie
    4:00 Dating Game
    4:30 ABC News
    5:00 Big News
    5:30 Divorce Court
    6:00 Adventure
    6:30 Batman
    7:00 Flying Nun
    7:30 Bewitched
    8:00 Carol Channing & 101 Men
    9:00 Joe Pyne
    10:00 News
    10:30 Joey Bishop
    Noon Final News


    KOLD channel 13 ( CBS ) and KBLU channel 13 Yuma ( CBS & ABC )....
    8:30 Beverly Hillbillies
    9:00 Andy Of Mayberry
    9:30 Dick Van Dyke
    10:00 Love Of Life
    10:25 Midmorning News
    10:30 Search For Tomorrow
    11:00 Password ( Tucson ) Treasure Isle ( Yuma )
    11:30 As The World Turns
    Noon Love Is A Many Splendored Thing
    12:30 House Party
    1:00 To Tell The Truth
    1:30 Edge Of Night
    2:00 Secret Storm
    2:30 Mike Douglas ( Tucson ) Newlywed Game ( Yuma )
    3:00 Dating Game ( Yuma )
    3:30 Bewitched ( Yuma )
    4:00 Merv Griffin
    5:30 CBS News
    6:00 Big News
    6:30 Cimarron Strip
    8:00 CBS Movie ( see KOOL on the Phoenix listings post )
    10:00 Big News ( Tucson ) Peyton Place ( Yuma )
    10:30 Perry Mason ( Tucson ) Joey Bishop ( Yuma )
    11:30 Late Movie ( Tucson )
    1:10 News Final ( Tuscon )


    KIVA channel 11 Yuma ( NBC & ABC )......
    10:00 Here's Gracie
    10:30 Concentration
    11:00 Personality
    11:30 Hollywood Squares
    Noon Jeopardy
    12:30 Eye Guess
    1:00 Let's Make A Deal
    1:30 Afternoon Reports
    2:00 The Doctors
    2:30 Another World
    3:00 You Don't Say
    3:30 Match Game
    4:00 General Hospital
    4:30 Dark Shadows
    5:00 S.S. KIVA
    5:30 Fugitive
    6:30 ABC News
    7:00 Evening Report
    7:30 Bewitched
    8:00 Huntley-Brinkley
    8:30 Daniel Boone
    9:30 Ironside
    10:30 Dragnet 68
    11:00 Dean Martin
    Mid Final Report




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    Re: Retro: Tucson & Yuma Thursday Februrary 29, 1968

    The "Repugnant" must have dumped the early morning listings for space.


    Quote Originally Posted by mleach
    KVOA channel 4 ( NBC ).....
    6:30 Daniel Boone
    7:30 Dragnet 68
    8:00 Ironside
    9:00 Dean Martin
    10:00 News
    10:15 Johnny Carson
    11:00 Movie
    Slightly different prime from the PHX market (KVOA had its own
    Telco line, unlike KGUN/KOLD which were fed via microwave from
    KTVK/KOOL).

    The only prime "live net" was Dragnet. While I can't speak for this
    (67-68) season, I know during the previous two seasons KVOA had
    numerous one-week tape delays. Dan'l and Dino here were likely a
    week old (one-hour delays were impossible for ch. 4); while Ironside
    could...could...have been same night but I'd bet otherwise.

    Carson (10:15-11) was the last 45 minutes of the show, JIPped.
    Never got to see Johnny's monologue in Tucson for much of the '60s.

    Two TK-42s showed up sometime in 1967, IIRC.


    KGUN channel 9 ( ABC )......
    5:00 Big News
    "Big News" was used by KOOL and KOLD. KGUN in this era was
    probably "Panorama 9." IIRC, ch. 9 was still using B&W studio
    cameras--color didn't kick in until the '68 election in November.
    GE PE-250s probably. KGUN did have the first color film chain
    in Tucson however, and rather early on.


    KOLD channel 13 ( CBS )....
    10:00 Big News
    "Big News" was used at 6 PM only; 10:00 was "Niteline News."
    Same titles as KOOL, but they were Tucson local shows.
    One TK-41 for local live color plus (Dumont?) B&Ws.
    Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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