August 3, 2016: Bionic Double Feature

There are nine additional ads today, from the April 10-16, 1998 issue of TV Guide Magazine, and from April 12, 13 & 16, 1999 editions of The Blade. There's also one addition, from The Blade, to the Random Pages gallery, a Monday, 4/12/99 Peach Section story by Chris Borrelli, "Gill Shifts Musical Formats," about the retirement of WGTE-FM's Bill Gill. There's one addition, from TV Guide, to the FOX gallery, a Sunday, 4/11/99 two-page ad for The Simpsons, "Mom and Pop Art" and the series premiere of Family Guy, "I Never Met the Dead Man." You can find a larger version of that ad, here. There's also one addition, from TV Guide, to the UPN gallery, a Thursday, 4/15/99 ad and "editor's choice" description for Scared Straight! 20 Years Later, hosted by Danny Glover. There's one addition, from The Blade, to the Buckeye CableSystem gallery, too, a Friday, 4/16/99 ad in the Peach Section, for Farscape on the Sci-Fi Channel. There are three additions, from TV Guide, to the Vintage Cable Ads gallery starting with a Monday, 4/12/99 ad for The Century: America's Time with Peter Jennings, on History Channel. Also included are two "close-ups," one from the previous Saturday for the conclusion of The Century on ABC, and one for the History Channel series premiere. Next is a Thursday, 4/15/99 ad for Homicide: Life on the Street, "Crosetti," on Court TV. There's also a Friday, 4/16/99 ad for Fox Family Channel's "Bionic Double Feature" of "The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman" and "Bionic Showdown" (Lee Majors, Lindsay Wagner). Today's last three ads, from The Blade, are additions to the Other Vintage ads gallery. There's a Monday, 4/12/99 full-page ad for the "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, sponsored by Food Town. There are also two half-page ads for Access Toledo, a 4/12/99 ad (Access Toledo Salutes National Library Week) and a Tuesday, 4/13/99 ad (Plug into Total Communications Solutions Over Any Distance). More ads, from the April 17-23, 1999 issue of TV Guide Magazine, and from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...