Wes Skinner stands next to a two-inch videotape machine.
Bert Montgomery was "Mr. Projectionist," keeping the old 16mm films and 35mm slides ready to punch up.
Bert Montgomery and Wes Skinner studying a piece of equipment.
Dennis White, Wes Skinner and Truman Krumholtz learn how to operate the new color cameras.
KYTV received new color cameras for the studio in the 1960s.
Bert Montgomery has now had to learn a new film chain when the station went to color.
That's Judge Jack Powell on the monitors along with Fred Miller and Tony Krisler.
Ruell Haymes in the control room. Ruell also developed film in his lab for the first color news film.
A control panel for the studio equipment is shown.
Fran Uhlis from the control room, looking into the studio.
Dan White in the director's chair.
Dan White directs a show ongoing in the studio.
Jimmy Trickey and Truman Krumholtz.
The new color cameras were a lot more complicated than the old black and white ones.
Dan White points instructions to Larry Wood. Larry is still with KY3 today!
Bert Montgomery and Don Buffenbarger chatting.
Tearing down the old tower in preparation for "Big John."
Riding down the antenna coming down from the old tower.
Preparing the antenna for the move to Fordland.
Top of the old antenna being moved to Fordland.
The site of the new "Big John" at Fordland.
Construction of "Big John."
"Big John" goes up at Fordland, the tallest tower in the state.
Few people got to see the light on the top of station tower.