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Not to be confused with KCBD.

Contents

1954–1958 1958–1962 1962–1969 1969–1970 1970–1971 1971–1980 1980–1981
1954–1958 1958–1962 1962–1969 1969–1970 1970–1971 1971–1980 1980–1981
1981–1982 1982–1996 1996–1997 1997–2002 2002–2006 2006–present
1981–1982 1982–1996 1996–1997 1997–2002 2002–2006 2006–present

WUSN-TV

1954–1958

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The station signed on the air as WUSN-TV on September 25, 1954. The station was originally owned by Drayton Hastie. It aired an analog signal on VHF channel 2 and was originally an NBC affiliate with a secondary ABC affiliation. Hastie sold the station to Reeves Telecom in 1960. It shared ABC programming with WCSC-TV until 1962, when WCIV signed on and took the NBC affiliation. WUSN then became a full-time ABC affiliate.

1958–1962

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1962–1969

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1969–1970

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1970–1971

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WCBD-TV

1971–1980

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In 1971, Reeves then sold Channel 2 to State Telecasting Company, based in the state capital of Columbia. On November 8, 1971, the station adopted its current call letters, WCBD-TV standing for Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties (the three counties in the Charleston metropolitan area), calls also taken to coordinate with new sister station KCBD in Lubbock, Texas.

1980–1981

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1981–1982

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1982–1997

1982–1996

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Media General purchased channel 2 from State Telecasting in 1983.

1996–1997

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On August 19, 1996, WCBD switched network affiliations with WCIV and its original NBC affiliation returned back to channel 2 for the first time since its sign-on.

1997–present

1997–2002

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2002–2006

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2006–present

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Designer:  Media General
Typography:  Verdana
Launched:  Unknown

On January 27, 2016, Media General announced that it had entered into a definite agreement to be acquired by Nexstar Broadcasting Group for $4.6 billion. The combined company would be called Nexstar Media Group and own 171 stations (including WCBD-TV). The deal was completed on January 17, 2017.

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