One thing most people love is nostalgia and this KATC TV-3 broadcast from 1980 will take you back.

While today's modern television broadcast is filled with bright lights, colors, and graphics, that most certainly was not the case in the 80s.

Television broadcasts from the 80s may have looked "modern" then, but they most certainly do not today.

A local news broadcast on TV-3, which was shared on YouTube from 1980, shows just how "simple" things were back then. Check out the graphics and weather forecast in the video below, and then monitor how commercials were produced.

Chris Hadley
Chris Hadley

If you're a fan of old-school broadcasting, or if you just want a quick trip down memory lane, watch the clip below and see if you recognize anyone or any place in this broadcast.

Some of the businesses you will see advertised here may ring a bell for some, and you may even see some familiar faces from back in the 80s.

The broadcast was aired late after an NFL game and some names in the highlights will most certainly ring a bell. Hey, check out how much the NFL has changed here too.

Moving on, for those who grew up in this era this video broadcast may have you wanting to go back in time, when things were just much more simpler in Acadiana.

We hope you enjoy this video below. And no, there was no Doppler 3000 at this time at KATC.


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