Yesterday while I was watching WHNS 21 (aka Fox Carolina) in the afternoons, the audio wasn't on, instead the sound of a beat of a drum. But everything's fixed. BTW, I wished that WLOS 13 had an un-inadequate signal to cover the rest of the viewing area. WLOS 13 doesn't cover OTA signals in entire viewing area unlike other ABC stations.
Also last night, NBC station WYFF 4 pre-empted a repeat of Harry's Law on NBC for a repeat of a local Chroncile special called Where Miracle's Happen, I don't understand why WYFF 4 scheduled it at 8pm (and pre-empting NBC's Harry's Law) instead of scheduling at non-network hours at 7pm pre-empting Andy Griffith reruns? Just a hunch.
On WYFF News 4 newscasts, why they take the WYFF 4 logo bug off during the weather forecasts (along with WSPA 7, WLOS 13, and WHNS 21)? In Augusta, GA ABC station WJBF 6 (also owned by WSPA's owners) doesn't take their logo bug off during their weathercasts. And why they call Keisha Kirkland and Kim Quintero Weather Anchor instead of Meteorologist like Dale Gilbert in the mornings?
If I was operating a commercial independent station in the Greenville, SC market with the call letters WSHK-TV. I would picked up last night's repeat of Harry's Law if I had a consent from the affiliate relations at NBC and other network programs that the other affiliates pre-empts for specials or telethons, and or local sporting events. Remember the days of when indies carrying un-cleared network programs from the big 3 networks (like in the 1980s WAXA 40 which is now WMYA carried the late Bert Convy's Super Password which wasn't cleared by NBC affiliate WYFF 4 because of their NewsCenter4 at Noon newscasts)? If I owned a license to broadcast an Independent station by the calls WSHK-TV, I would pick up other syndicated shows that's not shown in this market incluing Cash Cab, Reno 911, Storm Stories, Punk'd,Chapelle Show, Ugly Betty (for those who don't get TV Guide network on cable), Brad Garrett's Til' Death (for those who don't get WGN America on cable), DaVinci's Inquest, and the current season of The Wendy Williams Show (for those who don't get BET on cable) which was unfortuantely dropped by WHNS 21 last year and remain unseen in this market which means there's a lack of African-American syndicated talk shows since Oprah went off the air in May 2011. Plus, I would pick up the ABC's Saturday Morning block called Litton's Weekend Adventure (which is not cleared by WLOS 13) includes all six shows to air in this market if I had a consent from affiliate relations at ABC. Ironically, distribitor Litton Entertainment is HQ in Charleston, South Carolina.