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Watch WHNS FOX 21 News Channel provides local breaking news and Radar Weather Forecast Live Online Streaming from Spartanburg, South Carolina, Greenville, United States. WHNS is a UHF digital and virtual channel 21. This channel is an affiliate with Fox television station. The WHNS is working in the cities of the United States, Spartanburg, and Greenville.

WHNS FOX 21 NewsWHNS FOX is also serving Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina. The holder of this WHNS FOX is Meredith Corporation. Its studios are located on Interstate Court in Greenville. The transmitter facility is present at the top of Slick Rock Mountain in Transylvania Country, North Carolina. The branding of this channel is “FOX Carolina News”. WHNS FOX 21 News has 29 digital channels and 26 virtual channels. the meaning of its call letters is “Harry ‘N Stella”. The power of its transmitter is 160KW. WSPA CBS 7 News Greenville.

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WHNS FOX Construction allowed by FCC to build a station in Greenville before 1953. Many of the holders were not able to do that because the area was very mountainous. After many wrong beginnings, Fresno, California based Pappas Telecasting started the work of construction. Later, the station started its work on 1st April 1984. WHNS was the first general entertainment maverick terminus in the market of Asheville, Greenville and Spartanburg. Its competitor was WAXA-TV in that area. in most areas of North Carolina, WAXA not saw because of the low signal problem.

The call letters are thereafter the originator Harry Pappas and his wife Stella. The scheme of this depot was maverick on the UHF band. The schedule consists of classical movies, dramas series, cartoons, sitcoms, and sports events. With time, this halt became a prominent independent channel in the market with a high rating than WXAX. Its slogan also used for its sister station KMPH -TV. Pappas vend this terminus to Connell Communications in 1990. Pappas took a good amount of advantage in its real investment. Later, WHNS bought by First Media Corporation in 1994. In 1997, First Media mingled with Meredith Corporation. So, the holder of this halt became Meredith.

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