February 10, 2015: Get More From Your TV!

 

You'll find twelve more ads today, from the January 11-17, 1997 issue of TV Guide Magazine and from the same issues of The Blade. There's one addition to the FOX gallery, a Sunday, 11/12/97 ad (on two pages) for two prime-time shows, The Simpsons, "The Springfield Files" and the series premiere of King of the Hill. Also included are the close-up decscriptions. There's also one addition to the NBC gallery, a Thursday, 1/16/97 ad for Friends, "The One With All the Jealousy," The Single Guy, "Like Father...," Seinfeld, "The Money," and the NBC premiere of The Naked Truth, "We're at NBC Now" (Tea Leoni, George Wendt). Also included is the close-up for that show. There's one addition to the PBS gallery, too, a Monday, 11/13/97 ad (and program description) for Going Places, "London" (Al Roker). There are two additions to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery, a Thursday, 1/16/97 ad for Larry King Live (This Is CNN) and another 1/16/97 ad (Get the most from your TV!...TLC & PASS...). There's one addition to the ToledoVision 5 gallery, a Saturday, 1/11/97 ad for The Rockford Files (James Garner). There are four additions to the Vintage Cable Ads gallery starting with a Saturday, 1/11/97 full-page ad for the HBO movie, "Dead Silence" (James Garner). Next are two for the Discovery Channel, a Sunday, 11/12/97 ad for The Ultimate Guide: Sharks, and a Monday, 1/13/97 ad for The Curse of the Cocaine Mummies (Sci-Trek). There's also a Friday, 1/17/97 full-page ad for a rerun of the first episode of La Femme Nikita, "Nikita" along with the Monday night close-up description (the night of the actual premiere). There's one addition to the Radio Station Ads gallery, a Tuesday, 1/14/97 ad for the Governor George Voinovich State of the State address on WGTE-FM. Today's last ad is an addition to the Other Vintage ads gallery, a 1/11/97 full-page color ad for Dish Network ($199. It's where the Dish Network story begins...). More January 1997 ads, from the January 18-24, 1997 issue of TV Guide and from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...