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(Watch Local breaking WACH Fox 57 News Columbia SC Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream) WACH-TV 8 Weather Channel Columbia, South Carolina, United States Live Online Streaming. WACH television channel is associated with Fox. The channel is permitted to Columbia, United States. WACH Fox is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group. Its offices are situated on Pickens Street in downtown city. The transmitting tower is situated on Rush Road in rural southwestern Kershaw County. On satellite, the channel is available on Charter Spectrum channel 6 in both standard and high resolution.

WACH Fox 57On September 1, the FOX 57 first on aired in 1981. It was created by Carolina Christian Telecasting. They also had channel 16 in Greenville. WACH was the first self-governing FOX channel in Columbia. It was the first commercial station as well to sign-on in the business. Meanwhile, WIS 10 NBC News Columbia signed on in September 1953. The channel’s new offices were situated on Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia. Primarily, it produced religious production for most of the telecast day. Later on, WACH finally started generating its own regional form of the show.

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In April 2010, WACH Fox presented a new set and renovated the graphics for its news bulletins. Previous host Arielle Riposta also resumed to the WACH Fox. She started as weeknight co-host of the 10 p.m. local update. In 2010, Good Day Columbia prolonged to four hours with the accumulation of one hour to the telecast from 5 to 6 a.m. The WACH Fox Report was alongside moved to 6:30 p.m. It converted into a more conventional news bulletin. On July 7, 2011, the WACH Fox earned the rank of being the fourth and last television in the Columbia. The reason was that it began telecasting its regional-news bulletins in high resolution. A new graphics set was phased in over within days of the elevation. On august 19, 2011, WACH lost its 6:30 p.m. news bulletin and swapped it with syndicated functioning.

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