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What Albany Area TV Was Like in 1987 [VIDEO]

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With the Super Bowl only a few days away, most are stoked for the commercials. Yep, the one and the only time of the year when people would prefer them over the program said commercials are sponsoring. 

What if I told you I could get you to watch three minutes of commercials that had nothing to do with the Super Bowl and aired back in 1987?

Let’s a take trip down memory lane, shall we?

The time is 1987, the station is WTEN (Channel 10) and the commercials are awesome! Bruce Willis hawking wine coolers? Standard furniture? An insane news update? Yes, all of the above!

My oh my, how things have changed.

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