Channel 6 Woodstock TV

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Channel 6 Woodstock TV was the continuation of the Videofreex collective's pirate television broadcasting after ending Lanesville TV in the late 1970s. Channel 6 broadcasted old Lanesville TV content as well as brand new content made by the group, such as The Night Owl show, which aired on Friday nights.

Logo (1978)

Visuals: There is a red heart with a searchlight emitting from it, moving as the text "CHANNEL 6 WOODSTOCK TV" appears in yellow. Shortly after, a blue star flies in from the left side, covering the screen.

Variants: In the "Santa Visits Lanesville 1973" broadcast, the blue star fades out in the centre, becoming hollow and revealing the video behind it.

Technique: Scanimate.

Audio: None.

Availability: Can be seen at the start of The Night Owl show, which has been uploaded to YouTube by Videofreex member Bart Friedman.

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