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As of tonight's 6:30 p.m. news, WHNS (a.k.a. FOX Carolina) in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, SC/Asheville, NC TV Market is now airing its news in Widescreen. I don't believe it's in HD, though.

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WHNT in Huntsville started HD newscasts today @ 4:30am.

Arggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!! I missed it by one day. One lowsy day!!! I was just there!!!!

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• whns (Fox) in DMA 36 (Greenville-Spartanburg, SC) added to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table. Wikipedia has the news.


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• KXMA, KXMB, KXMC and KXMD (CBS) in DMA 157 (Bismarck-Minot-Dickinson-Williston, ND) added as four separate lines to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table -- assuming KXMC and KXMD will actually start HD newscasts soon.

Just so the record is complete, I can confirm that KXMC and KXMD began HD newscasts, as expected, on Sunday, February 6. Here's another article and video discussing the improvements (note that the aspect ratio of the stations' videos is now wrong). Interesting that they completely left out OTA as a way to view the news in HD.

Moving to a completely different market, I saw on Wikipedia that the new newscasts produced by St. Louis NBC affiliate KSDK for what had been newsless KDNL, the city's ABC affiliate, are in HD.
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KSDK was added to the table so long ago that I have no record of it being added; evidently it happened before I became responsible for the table in Dec 2008.

• KDNL (ABC) in DMA 21 (St. Louis, MO) added to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table.


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I have two (or maybe four) more additions:

WTAT (Fox) in Charleston, SC started HD news on January 24. Wikipedia and the station's own Facebook page say so.

An unusually strong winter VHF-hi band opening allowed me to pick up WDIO (ABC) in Duluth, MN from my house this morning. They are broadcasting news in SD widescreen.

KREM (CBS) and sister station KSKN (CW) in Spokane, WA have apparently had widescreen or HD news since last year. The Wikipedia entry for Fox affiliate KAYU states this indirectly by saying "KAYU is the only station in Spokane to not broadcast their news in widescreen or HD." Videos on KREM's website are in widescreen. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find anything regarding whether the station is doing SD widescreen or HD news. Maybe there's somebody from the Spokane area lurking about on here that knows?
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KREM is broadcasting in SD widescreen.
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One more change:

Remove WCOV (Fox) in Montgomery, AL completely from the list: That station's news share agreement with WSFA (NBC) has expired as of January 2011 and not renewed. WAKA (CBS) replaced WSFA as WCOV's news share partner, and WAKA's newscasts are entirely in pillarboxed 4:3 SD.
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• Added to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table:
krem (CBS) and kskn (CW) in DMA 75 (Spokane, WA)
WTAT (Fox) in DMA 98 (Charleston, SC)
wdio (ABC) in DMA 139 (Duluth, MN)

• WCOV (Fox) in DMA 117 (Montgomery-Selma, AL) has been removed from the table.


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whns (Fox) in DMA 36 (Greenville-Spartanburg, SC) added to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table. Wikipedia has the news.

WHNS-21 Fox Carolina is now broadcasting news in Widescreen Standard Definition. Not HD.
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Reliably receive 2 NBC affilates, both owned by major broadcasting cos, Hearst and Belo, who do local news in HD in other markets, but not here in Greenville, SC. Would like to see upgrade for WYFF-4 and WCNC-36, Charlotte. But doesn't appear to be happening. Still Widescreen SD. And I think whatever plans WCNC may have had have now been postponed. But we can keep hoping.
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WHNS-21 Fox Carolina is now broadcasting news in Widescreen Standard Definition. Not HD.

The whns in the listings (lower case) indicates only Standard Def. Widescreen.

Also, KPXJ, CW-21 in Shreveport has newscasts produced by KTBS - and they're HD too (9pm and 7am).

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Reliably receive 2 NBC affilates, both owned by major broadcasting cos, Hearst and Belo, who do local news in HD in other markets, but not here in Greenville, SC. Would like to see upgrade for WYFF-4 and WCNC-36, Charlotte. But doesn't appear to be happening. Still Widescreen SD. And I think whatever plans WCNC may have had have now been postponed. But we can keep hoping.

Also, six of the Hearst stations still do local news in 4:3 SD (as do a few of the smaller-market Belo stations). And that's not to mention the handfuls of stations from both companies that currently do local news in widescreen SD (to give one example, Hearst-owned WLWT in Cincinnati does news merely in widescreen SD at a time when everybody else in that city does news in HD (at least from the studio)). The WCNC example you gave is very similar: Everybody else in Charlotte (over-the-air wise) does news in HD (including the newscast WSOC produces for its sister WAXN and the one WBTV does for WJZY).
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The whns in the listings (lower case) indicates only Standard Def. Widescreen.

Also, KPXJ, CW-21 in Shreveport has newscasts produced by KTBS - and they're HD too (9pm and 7am).

Thanks for helping to explain the rules.

Even though Wikipedia seems to have nothing about KPXJ having HD newscasts...

KPXJ (CW) in DMA 83 (Shreveport, LA) added to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table.


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KFDA (CBS) in Amarillo, TX became the first station in the market to air HD newscasts on Wednesday, February 23. The news can be found in several places, including Wikipedia and an article from the Amarillo newspaper.
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According to Wikipedia, WOOD (NBC) and WZZM (ABC) in Grand Rapids, MI should not have been in caps on the table. Both stations actually broadcast their news shows in 16:9 ED, not true HD. As such, their entries should have been in lower-case.
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... Everybody else in Charlotte (over-the-air wise) does news in HD (including the newscast ... WBTV does for WJZY).

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KFDA (CBS) in Amarillo, TX became the first station in the market to air HD newscasts on Wednesday, February 23...

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According to Wikipedia, WOOD (NBC) and WZZM (ABC) in Grand Rapids, MI should not have been in caps on the table...

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Wikipedia says, under WOTV:
On October 5, 2009, WOOD-TV became the second station in Southwestern Michigan to begin offering local newscasts in 16:9 enhanced definition widescreen. Although not truly high definition, the broadcast match the ratio of HD television screens. The simulcasts on WOTV were included in the upgrade.

Added to the Local Over-the-air HDTV News Stations table:
WJZY (CW) in DMA 23 (Charlotte, NC)
KFDA (CBS) in DMA 131 (Amarillo, TX)

Changed to lower case:
wzzm (ABC) and wood (NBC) in DMA 41 (Grand Rapids, MI)
wotv (ABC) in DMA 41 (Battle Creek, MI)


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Also, six of the Hearst stations still do local news in 4:3 SD (as do a few of the smaller-market Belo stations). And that's not to mention the handfuls of stations from both companies that currently do local news in widescreen SD (to give one example, Hearst-owned WLWT in Cincinnati does news merely in widescreen SD at a time when everybody else in that city does news in HD (at least from the studio)). The WCNC example you gave is very similar: Everybody else in Charlotte (over-the-air wise) does news in HD (including the newscast WSOC produces for its sister WAXN and the one WBTV does for WJZY).

It is understandable that Hearst and Belo have put their financial resources for HD news toward their larger market stations first; however in Charlotte WCNC is the glaring local HD exception. And they are the 3rd rated local news station. While they produce a journalistically solid and award-winning newscast, they lack the visual wow factor that the other stations have. Although their widescreen SD upscaling does look very good considering, and the average John Q. Public who watches analog cable on flat screens probably doesn't even detect the difference. I just hope they will eventually upgrade to HD sooner than later.
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Based on the videos at their website, kivi (ABC) and sister station knin (CW) in Boise, ID have transitioned to SD widescreen news. A blog on the Boise newspaper's website back in January mentioned that news on the stations was soon going to be widescreen.
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Here in Savannah, Ga, DMA 96, WSAV (NBC) now has their newscast filming in HD, which means that all big 4 stations are now in HD in our city.
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I've just found on Wikipedia that another TV ownership group had all stations with HD local news even before CBS did. The Dispatch Broadcast Group had both of its stations (WBNS-TV in Columbus, OH and WTHR in Indianapolis) go HD with their local news in 2007, long before KDKA-TV and WPCW in Pittsburgh became the last CBS-owned stations that had local news to convert to HD newscasts in 2009. My apologies for not noticing.

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KTTC out of Rochester, MN switched over to 1080i studio cameras recently.
I think the first broadcast was last night (3/20/11) for the 10:00pm newscast.

Looks pretty darn good.

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KTTC out of Rochester, MN switched over to 1080i studio cameras recently.
I think the first broadcast was last night (3/20/11) for the 10:00pm newscast.

Looks pretty darn good.
According to KTTC's Facebook page, you are correct about their news going HD on Sunday night.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/KTTC-TV/120941689244
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Drewry Communications Selects JVC ProHD

All five stations will standardize on the camcorders for electronic newsgathering

By George Winslow -- Broadcasting & Cable, 3/31/2011 5:58:58 PM

As part of the move to upgrade its news operations to HD, the Drewry Communications Group has decided to standardize its electronic newsgathering efforts (ENG) at all five of the group's stations with JVC ProHD cameras from JVC Professional Products Company, a division of JVC Americas Corp.

KFDA-TV, the Drewry CBS affiliate serving Amarillo, Texas in DMA 131 became was the first station in the group to launch its local newscast in HD on February 23rd. Seven GY-HM790U cameras from JVC are currently being used in the field at the station.

Next on the list for the launch of a HD newscast is KXXV, the Drewry-owned ABC affiliate serving Waco-Temple-Bryan, Texas in DMA 89.

Mike Lee, vice president and general manager of KXXV added in a statement that the group's choice of JVC ProHD camcorders, particularly the GY-HM790U, was a result of several factors, including picture quality and the fact that they use inexpensive SDHC media cards, providing them with a cost-effective solution that helped the station group get the most out of its news budget.

The current workflow at KXXV involves ingesting tape-based footage to its Adobe Premiere CS5 NLE systems for post, then dubbing completed packages to tape for playback. With the move to a file-based system (along with its HD upgrade), the station will save on maintenance costs for its aging VTRs and camcorders and it spends less time ingesting and transcoding files.

KXXV is expected to make its own transition to local HD news on April 25. It has purchased 10 GY-HM790Us and three GY-HM700Us with Canon lenses for its main facility in Waco and for KRHD, its digital low-power satellite station in Bryan/College Station, Texas.

Drewry's other stations that have not yet made the transition to local HD news are KSWO and KAUZ, serving the combined market of Lawton, Okla., and Wichita Falls, Texas (DMA 146), and KWES in Odessa-Midland, Texas (DMA 151).

Separately, JVC also announced that KSHB, the NBC affiliate for Kansas City, Mo. (DMA 31) owned by Scripps TV Station Group, has purchased 21 GY-HM790U ProHD camcorders.

Most of the new cameras are being used for ENG, but one is located in the newsroom for breaking news reports and another is mounted on a jib in the news studio. KSHB began using its new camcorders in January.

KSHB also plans to purchase 11 KA-AS790G ASI modules, which will be utilized with the station's long cable runs in Arrowhead Stadium for Kansas City Chiefs coverage and Kauffman Stadium for Kansas City Royals coverage.

http://www.broadcastingcable.com/art..._JVC_ProHD.php

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As of their 6 PM newscast tonight. First station in the Wausau market to do so.

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Is Providence's HD launch still delayed?

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I saw on Wikipedia that kdrv (ABC) in the Medford-Klamath Falls, OR market began airing SD widescreen newscasts in January.

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Add wsiu/Carbondale IL/PBS (Paducah/Cape Girardeau market) and wusi/Olney IL/PBS (Springfield/Decatur/Champaign market) to the list of stations carrying widescreen SD newscast. The PBS station airs a newscast Monday-Thursday. Widescreen is nice, SD quality not so nice - over-compressed...

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KLRT Fox 16 News in Little Rock, AR went HD yesterday.

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15 kilowatts of low power goodness...a low-power ABC affiliate launched a local 11 PM newscast tonight. With all new equipment, it's HD right out of the box.

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