You may want to start at
the KRLD Pictures Index Page, especially
if you have stumbled across this page through the use of a search engine.
These pictures were sent in by Jim Dimock, whose father, Gene Dimock, worked at KRLD-TV
from 1949 until his retirement in the early 1980's. I had the pleasure of
working with him for a year or so, before he retired. That would have been
1982, and at that time, he was a studio cameraman running Camera 2 on the evening news.
This meant that he got most of the shots of Clarice Tinsley and Chip Moody, back when the local
TV news stations were in a very competitive three-way race for the ratings.
Jim Dimock says, "I think the man on the right in the overalls is Roland Gregory."
Charlie Dobkins wrote in and identified these three men as Ted Lincoln, Gene Dimock and Howard
Chamberlain. Charlie says they are "standing in front of the old 'Blue Goose' as we
called her. ... The 'Blue Goose' was our first remote unit, with DuMont cameras bought through
Possibly out on the same
remote broadcast as the photo above.
This is Gene Dimock
in the master control room. Camera controls are visible in the background.
The back of this
photo says 9/17/53. Gene Dimock is the cameraman on the far right. Back then,
all the cameramen had to wear those company-issued jumpsuits.
This picture was taken
when the engineers from KRLD-TV were on remote in Houston covering a
Gemini launch at the Space Center for the CBS network. The date on the back