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WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee Photos from the John in Arizona Collection

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WSMV TV: Channel 4 Nashville started out as WSM-TV in 1950 as Nashville's first TV station and Tennessee's 2nd TV station (WMCT-TV Memphis was the first.) As with WSM radio, the call letters reflect the slogan of the then owner. "We Shield Millions." The call letters were changed to WSMV-TV in 1981. Studios, transmitter, and tower are located at 5700 Knob Road. During the 1960's this facility was used to record some syndicated TV country music programs such as "The Porter Wagoner Show." The station once employeed Pat Sajak as an announcer and weekend weatherman and John Tesh as a news anchor. The tall WSMV-TV tower is also used for WZTV Channel 17, WSM-FM 95.5, WNPL FM 106.7, and WRVU FM 91.1.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville studios at 5700 Knob Road - 2011.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville studios at 5700 Knob Road - 2011.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville studios at 5700 Knob Road - 2011.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville tower at 5700 Knob Road - 2011.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville antenna at 5700 Knob Road - 2011.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville news vehicle - 2011.
WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville news live truck - 2012.

WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee WSMV 4.1

WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee WSMV 4.1

WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee WSMV 4.1

WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee WSMV 4.1

WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee WSMV 4.1

WSMV TV Channel 4 Nashville, Tennessee WSMV 4.1


Images are the property of John C. Johnson / John In Arizona / johninarizona.com and may not be used in any form elsewhere.


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