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Watch WSPA CBS 7 News Channel provides local breaking news and Radar Weather Forecast Live Online Streaming from Spartanburg, South Carolina, Greenville, United States. WSPA is a VHF digital and virtual channel 7. This depot is an affiliate with CBS television station. This WSPA is working in the cities of the United States, Greenville, and Spartanburg. The WSPA is also helping Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina.

WSPA CBS 7 NewsThe holder of WSPA CBS 7 News is Nexstar Media Group. The studios are located on International Drive in Spartanburg. The transmitter is present on Hogback Mountain in northeastern Greenville Country. The branding of this station is “7News”. The slogan of this station is “Carolina’s Family” or “Where Local News Matters”. WSPA CBS has 7 virtual channels and 7 digital channels. the meaning of its call letters is “We’re in Spartanburg, South Carolina”. WTAT FOX 24 News Charleston.

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The power of its transmitter is 25.7KW. This terminus is the only station in the market whose main office is in Spartanburg. Greenville and Asheville are in second place for this WSPA CBS. The WSPA started its work on 29th April 1956. This channel established by Walter J. Brown and his company, Spartan Radiocasting. He was also the discoverer of broadcasting. From the day, this channel started its work, it is an affiliate with CBS. WSPA started to telecast a scheme of 24 hours in that very same year.

Later the radio of this depot sold. The WSPA TV remained the part of the company until it mingled with Media General in2000. The transmitter of this station was located in a very high place. Due to this, its signals cover a large area on the East Coast. Unfortunately, this television cannot watch on cable. Later, the transmitter tower of this depot sagged because of a heavy storm on 1st March 2009. So, the channel lost its digital signals.

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