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Question 1: In an unusual trade of one group's flagship station for another, WFBC-TV was traded to Pulitzer Publishing Company in return for KSD-TV (now ________) in St. Louis.
KUSA (TV)KAREWGRZKSDK

Question 2: Annette Estes, news anchor (came from rival ________)
WSPA-TVWCBD-TVWBTWWYCW

Question 3: Marty Snider, sports reporter (now at ________ and TNT Sports)
NBC SportsUSA NetworkHuluUniversal Sports

Question 4: Chuck Bell, meteorologist (now at ________ Washington, DC)
WNBCWMAQ-TVKNBCWRC-TV

Question 5: When analog broadcasts ended, WYFF moved to channel 36 (formerly occupied by the analog signals of co-channel ________ in Charlotte and WATL in Atlanta).
KMOVWCNC-TVKING-TVWWL-TV

Question 6: Kenn Sparks, news anchor (now at ________)
Armstrong SiddeleyRolls-Royce LimitedVolkswagen GroupBMW

Question 7: It serves a media market which includes Greenville/Spartanburg and Anderson in South Carolina and ________/Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Raleigh, North CarolinaHickory, North CarolinaAsheville, North CarolinaCharlotte, North Carolina

Question 8: Some ________ programs that were pre-empted by WFBC/WYFF over the years (most of which ended up on channel 40 WAXA, (now WMYA-TV) include:
TelemundoShopNBCNBCUniversal Sports

Question 9: In the late 1980s, Carol Anderson was replaced by Annette Estes who came from its rival station ________.
WCBD-TVWSPA-TVWBTWWYCW

Question 10: ________, pre-empted by WYFF-TV during its entire run, and shown instead on WAXA-TV
Bill CullenPassword Plus and Super PasswordMark GoodsonPassword (game show)







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