It was 44 years ago, a red, white and blue basketball and a brand new Salt Palace Arena. It was the groovy 1970's. Pro Basketball had arrived and even better yet, little ol', Los Angeles couldn't support the Stars and Utah rescued them.
Since our station is, now, 65 years old This means we've had nearly 65 year's of political advertising.
SALT LAKE CITY (Good 4 Utah) - We needed only a quarter for the Juke-Box and a buck and a half for eggs. If you weren't part of Utah these last 15 years you missed Bill, Nada and what went on all night long.
In the first days of Utah’s first TV station, college football coverage was an experiment with last week’s film and a fly-by-the-seat-of-the-pants approach. It was both humorous and adventurous and it is “Wirth Watching”.
SALT LAKE CITY (Good 4 Utah) - Last week, we noted the death of former University of Utah President Chase Peterson. This brought up the memory of the time Dr. Peterson became what the New York Times called the “Man in the News.”