Originally Posted by tylerSC
The ACC games are produced and syndicated by Raycom Media, and each local affiliated station selects which games they choose to carry. In some cases the ACC affiliate may decide not to preempt network programming, and the ACC game will appear on a different station. In Charlotte, Raycom's own flagship WBTV chose to air the CBS programming instead of the UNC game. But fortunately the game was moved to FOX owned MyTV12, channel 55.1 in HD. Rather than airing it in SD on their 3.2 Bounce channel. And other times the game will air on WJZY FOX-46 if WBTV does not carry it. In the Western Carolinas, the ACC games will air on Sinclair stations 13-WLOS or My40. Last night the Clemson game was on My40 in HD. So as they say, "check your local listings."
The ACC Network basketball games that involve Duke, Carolina, State, major teams are ALWAYS on WRAL, they wouldn't move those games if the Super Bowl was on WRAL at the same time. (I realize that would never happen, but you get the point.) Other matchups that are on during the week are sometimes put on 5-2, which is stupid. WFMY usually does whatever WRAL does with games, but if they don't air the game on WFMY, they move it to My48 where it is in HD. Both stations SEVERELY over-complicate things by airing the displaced shows at 1:37AM, even thought they know the game will go over so they tell you to just record the entire overnight block. It would be easier to just schedule the shows for 2AM instead of 1:37 to allow time for them to "catch up" so to speak and it would be neat and orderly.
For ACC Network football, the games either air on WRAL or Fox50 (many times both channels carry ACC Network games), both in HD. Greensboro market is impossible to figure out, but Fox8 seems to have many football games, but you could see them on the Sinclair stations. Fox network football gets displaced to 8-2, too. Fox 8 knows what they're doing so those games are in widescreen SD and actually look good (for SD).