U's Place (partially found local television block; 1996-2001)
U's Place is an American television block that ran between 1996 and 2001 on Buffalo, New York-based Fox-affiliate WUTV. Hosted by Craig Scime, the interstitials were aired on weekday mornings alongside the channel's syndicated children's programming and the national Fox Kids block. The block got its name from "U," a puppet host made out of a TV. This was seen as an attempt to duplicate the success Canadian broadcaster YTV saw with Snit, a puppet TV host introduced in its after-school The Zone lineup two years earlier. Due to WUTV's proximity to Canada's largest television market, the broadcaster would often tailor its programming to attract that audience.
No footage of the block had surfaced since its initial broadcast. Until June 2, 2021, when 90 seconds of the block during a 2000 broadcast was uploaded to YouTube by user webbox100.