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South Carolina Station Switches to HD News
By Swanni 

Washington, D.C. (April 22, 2012) -- WYFF-TV, the NBC affiliate in Greenville, South Carolina, will begin broadcasting its local news programs in High-Definition on Monday.

That's according to an article by the Greenville News.

The station, which is owned by Hearst Television, will produce the HD newscasts from a new set designed by the FX Group.

“We felt it was time for a new set, because of all the various changes in technology as well as the need to showcase high-definition television better than ever before,” John Soapes, WYFF 4’s president and general manager, told the Greenville News.

The newspaper said station anchors will use two 70-inch touchscreen monitors to better explain the day's stories.

There are now more than 500 local stations producing local news in high-def.

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