The original thread (LINK
) was recently archived, so here's part 2.
Let's start with a longer version of a clip whose brief excerpts we have seen in the old thread. It's a video of South Africa's SABC from 1977, just two years after television was introduced to the conservative, white-ruled country.
The clip includes:
* A short in-vision continuity announcement
* A complete newscast
a religious though-of-the-day segment
* Another short in-vision continuity announcement
* The Apartheid-era flag and national anthem
* The SABC clock
* The test pattern
As you may have noticed, the test pattern mentions the West Cape region. Does anyone know whether the SABC aired regional programming or were test patterns the only "regionalized" element?
Last edited by WW Update on 3 December 2018 4:58am - 4 times in total