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KFIZ/Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
I recall seeing a fall 1970 TV listing from Peoria, IL that showed WMBD-31 (CBS) airing Sesame Street
at 9AM weekdays, presumably following Captain Kangaroo. I'm not sure if this practice began since SS's Day 1 on Nov. 10, 1969, but this wouldn't last much longer as Peoria PBS station WTVP-47 signed on in June 1971. I don't know if airings of "Sesame" on WMBD bumped any regularly scheduled CBS network daytime programming at the time.
This brings up another side question. Among the commercial stations which carried Sesame Street
in its early years, did "Sesame" get aired at the expense
of preempting a regularly scheduled network daytime show? [For instance, Sept. 4, 1972 and after with the debut of Joker's Wild, Gambit, and (The New) Price Is Right
on CBS--if "Sesame" was still airing on a CBS station, for instance, would the only game shows those viewers would have seen at that time slot were those on SS "hosted" by Guy Smiley rather than Bob, Wink, and/or Jack (Barry)].
WINK aired "Sesame Street" 9:30-10:30 AM, so "Joker's Wild" was delayed to 1 PM in Ft. Myers. (Merv Griffin aired 10:30-11:30, pre-empting "Price Is Right," then "Pyramid" at 10:30, and "Gambit" at 11.)
Another non-PBS station carrying "Sesame Street" in the early '70s was WKPT Tri-Cities, TN-VA (ABC). No network pre-emptions here, since ABC didn't come up until 11:30 AM.