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Doug accepting his Silver Circle Award from the
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences-Mid America
Doug has been a central Illinois broadcaster for 40 years. He's
the Taylorville, Springfield, Decatur, Danville and Champaign-Urbana
markets for 40 years.
currently Co-Anchor and Chief Weather Anchor at WICD-TV, in
Champaign and Weather Anchor at WCCU-TV in Urbana.
site is dedicated to preserving central Illinois Broadcast
History. It's being constantly updated with additions
and maybe even a few revisions. Check back often. Recent News-Gazette
article featuring Doug....Here
dougquick at dougquick.com
(November 13, 2014)-Added another WDBR aircheck, from October 3, 1976
to the Area CHR
History page....with yours truly as the disc jockey. It was
an early in my career effort at my ultimate radio station!
(November 15, 2014)- Updated the former Television Today to "Mid Illinois
Television Today" the complete listing of local television across
mid Illinois. It includes a link to local TV listings from Yahoo
(January 16, 2015)-Updated the "Mid Illinois Television Today" to
include the broadcasting of the GRIT network on WICS and WICD.
Also added back the ZUUS Country Music channel as 20.2 on WICS.
(January 19, 2015)-Replaced videos which were discontinued for one
reason or another by You Tube probably due to copyright challenges.
(January, 2015-Appealing a copyright challenge of my You Tube post
featuring the "Real McCoys" TV series from the 1950s by SFM
Entertainment. My appeal is based on "fair use" of the
opening/closing credits of the show and its use on this historical
website. Meanwhile there are dozens of other You Tube posts of
"Real McCoys" on You Tube, with many postings of complete episodes of
(January 25, 2015)-still no response from SFM Entertainment....
Leonard Nimoy made an appearance in another television classic,
"Dragnet" in 1954. Here the 23-year old Nimoy made a brief
appearance with first line, "What's the beef?" Little did anyone know
the impact this bit player would have on television just 13 years later!
Here is a clip from a little known TV series "West Point Story."
It includes Leonard Nimoy as a young cadet. "West Point Story"
aired on CBS from October of 1956 to September of 1957. The final
year of the series aired on ABC from October of 1957 to July 1958
from an outside source and may be discontinued at any
the Vermilion County Conservation
Foundation by clicking
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