KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo

From 1998, here is a severe weather bulletin that interrupted CBS daytime programming on KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features Rob Perillo and an interesting urgent update version of "Hello News," which the station had used from the late 1970s/early 1980s until 2005.

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (second update

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (second update

From 1998, here is a severe weather bulletin that interrupted CBS daytime programming on KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features Ron Perillo and an interesting urgent update version of "Hello News," which the station had used from the late 1970s/early 1980s until 2005.

KLFY-TV Flooding August 12, 2016 10pm

KLFY-TV Flooding August 12, 2016 10pm

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (update)

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (update)

From 1998, here is a severe weather bulletin that interrupted CBS daytime programming on KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features Ron Perillo and an interesting urgent update version of "Hello News," which the station had used from the late 1970s/early 1980s until 2005.

KLFY Jerry Lewis Telethon Breaking Weather

KLFY Jerry Lewis Telethon Breaking Weather

KLFY weather dept jumps into action! Starring Dick Farout.. watch as he takes Maria to places she's never been.

Eyewitness News Video - KLFY TV 10 - Acadiana's Local News, Weather and Sports Leader.flv

Eyewitness News Video - KLFY TV 10 - Acadiana's Local News, Weather and Sports Leader.flv

PSC tank fire lightning hit it 2 times 6/7/2010

KLFY TV-10/News 10 id montage 1986-2017 (Lafayette, LA/Acadiana CBS affiliate)

KLFY TV-10/News 10 id montage 1986-2017 (Lafayette, LA/Acadiana CBS affiliate)

Here is a station id, promo, and newsbreak montage from KLFY TV 10, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA/Acadiana. All copyrights acknowledged. While KLFY's image during this era had plenty of consistency, it will be interesting to see the continuity and change the station will have under Nexstar management/ownership. The earliest ids are from KLFY's Texoma days, the next ones are from the Young Broadcasting days, and the remaining ones are from the Media General era. KLFY's logo that has been in use in various forms since the mid 1970s features a 10 inside a hurricane eye symbol. Also, from the early 1980s until 2005, the station used the popular news theme "Hello News" with the tagline Hello Acadiana. Despite no longer using Hello News, KLFY continues to use the tagline Hello Acadiana when starting newscasts; of course, this may change under Nexstar; however, given it used the word Acadiana for KLAF, it may not. As of now, KLFY's image and on-air look has largely remained unchanged (as of June 2017) since becoming a Nexstar asset. So, the most unique items KLFY has had or continues to have that will be worth watching to see if they will survive the remainder of the decade include, but are not limited to: Hurricane Eye 10 logo (ca. 1974 till) TV 10 identification (1970s-2011) Passe Partout and Meet Your Neighbor newscast titles (late 1950s till) "Hello Acadiana" (early 1980s till) The earliest id is one already on YouTube featuring a flower bouquet over stereo broadcasting. KLFY was one of the earliest TV stations in Louisiana to broadcast in stereo and was likely the first CBS affiliate in Louisiana to go stereo. 0:51 features a promo for Meet Your Neighbor, which is a noon newscast. 1:53 shows a common station id often used, which was superimposed over the radar. Versions of this id were used well into the late 1990s. 3:44 shows a neat Dick Faurot Eyewitness News id. 7:16 shows a Eyewitness Newsflash with Blue Rolfes from about 1992. 9:12 features some 1995-era promos for Coats for Kids, Acadiana's News Leader, Eye on Acadiana calendar, and Passe Partout. 17:34 shows a radar image over the distress/alert sounder/tone from 1997. A latter day Hello News/KLFY logo from the late 1990s is at 17:43. 14:20 shows a TV-10 Newscan 10 promo from 1998. In 2005, KLFY dropped Hello News in favor of a 615 Music theme: Bulletin/Something's Happening Here. Promos with it are found at 28:30. It was also around this time that KLFY began losing its ratings lead to KATC, perhaps there is a correlation between that and dropping Hello News. Since 2011, the station has used various other production music tracks from Firstcom and has changed its news image to Acadiana's Multi Media News and KLFY News 10. While still using Hello Acadiana as a slogan, it will be interesting to see what it will be called under Nexstar (maybe Local 10), which Stephen Arnold Music track will be used for its news theme, and whether the hurricane eye logo remains (as it is very unique). 29:40 begins modern identification. In addition, KLFY served as the CBS affiliate on record for Alexandria, LA, along with Monroe's KNOE; KLFY had a longer tenure on Alexandria cable TV than KNOE, and was on cable until 2015 (Alexandria is now served exclusively by KALB 5.2, although it and KLFY were both on cable for about 9 years in tandem). KLFY originally had Live Well Network on its 10.2 subchannel until that network began winding down operations. After nearly a year of having a blank subchannel, KLFY added Ion Television on 10.3 and then GetTV on 10.2. Syndicated programming on KLFY included, but is not limited to: Cheers, The Cosby Show, Coach, Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, Three's Company, Family Ties, Friday the 13th the Series, Rush Limbaugh, Designing Women, Win, Lose, or Draw, Day and Date, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, and Home Improvement. News anchors/reporters featured or mentioned include, but not limited to: Dick Faurot, Blue Rolfes, Darla Montgomery, Maria Placer, Hoyt Harris, Mike Barras, Jim Olivier, Rex Moore, Holly Willrod, Rob Perillo, Lee Stanley, Chuck Huebner, Mike Rueback, Jennifer Walker, Dalfred Jones.

KLFY TV-10 noon news open "Meet Your Neighbor" 1988 (Hello News)

KLFY TV-10 noon news open "Meet Your Neighbor" 1988 (Hello News)

From 1988, here is an open for KLFY TV-10 (the CBS affiliate for Lafayette, LA) called "Meet Your Neighbor" , which airs at noon. News theme is an unusual cut of the popular "Hello News" theme by Frank Gari, which KLFY had used from the early 1980s (or late 1970s) until 2004/2005. Copyrights acknowledged. Hosted by Jim Olivier. Your noonday difference.

1985 KLFY Hurricane Elena/Dick Faurot/Maria Placer/Jim Olivier

1985 KLFY Hurricane Elena/Dick Faurot/Maria Placer/Jim Olivier

When these three hit the newsroom, these three really hit the newsroom.From 1992, here is an Eyewitness Newscast from KLFY TV-10, the CBS affiliate for Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features news theme "Hello ... Maria Placer's last maudlin day- When these three hit the newsroom, these three really hit the newsroom. From January 1993, here is some of the coverage from KLFY TV-10 in Lafayette (CBS affiliate). Copyrights acknowledged. This first features Dick Faurot ... From 1993, here is the news open for KLFY TV-10's Eyewitness news. All copyrights acknowledged. KLFY is the CBS affiliate for Lafayette, LA. This news open ...

KLFY Eyewitness News open 1983 (Hello News)

KLFY Eyewitness News open 1983 (Hello News)

From 1983, here is the news open to KLFY, the CBS affiliate for Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features the Gari theme "Hello News," which the station used until the 2000s and mentions Larry Lunsford, Blue Rolfes, Dick Faurot with weather, and Pat Flanagan with sports. If I misspelled any names, please let me know, it was hard to hear the names.

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