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Analog-to-digital conversion[ edit ] WHDH shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 7, on June 12,the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate.
The station's digital signal relocated from its pre-transition UHF channel 42 to VHF channel 7 for post-transition operations. The equipment for the channel 7 digital transmitter was shipped to Miami for use by sister station WSVN, which continues to broadcast on VHF 7 with few complaints due to South Florida's less-varied terrain.
Preempted programming[ edit ] As a CBS necn business reporter job, the station preempted programming in moderation, in favor of more locally produced shows.
WHDH then began airing an expanded local morning newscast. Syndicated programming[ edit ] The station's considerable local news output as of limits the number of programs WHDH carries in syndication; most of them air in non-prime slots or overnights.
By coincidence, it also carries the syndicated version of Dateline NBC twice daily, containing episodes made up of archived true crime stories. On July 4,it will simulcast the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular with Bloomberg Televisionreturning the event to local television after a one-year absence.
Motivated to cultivate an identity to the station that would indirectly help its last-place news ratings, WNEV acquired the lottery from WBZ-TV, which had announced late in that it would no longer show the games. The arrival of the lottery games was promoted heavily, and went hand-in-hand with the station's on-air image change that fall; the new dotted-7 logo that was adopted during that time had a dual meaning, in that the dots were to represent lottery balls.
A contest was held by WNEV in Augustjust under a month before the games moved to the station, to scout for their own lottery host Tom Bergeronwho hosted Lottery Live on WBZ-TV, did not continue in the role because he remained at that station in other capacities.
The auditions were held in front of an audience of at Boston's Westin Hotel at Copley Placein which the finalists were narrowed down to The winner was Lynn-Andrea Waugh, familiarly known as "Andi", a year-old red-haired model who had no prior on-air experience.
Despite being well received by viewers due to her effervescent personality and striking good looks, Ms. Waugh never completely overcame her noticeable nervousness after taking to the air. Waugh abandoned her hosting spot upon the expiration of her contract in August She was replaced with Dawn Hayes, who had been the runner-up in the lottery host competition.
Hayes, who was equally as appealing but with a polished, confident on-air presence, began her long run as host during this era. During Lottery Live's entire run on channel 7, the daily Numbers Game drawing aired at 7: From until the end of channel 7's lottery contract inthe specialty games were moved down to a 7: Weekend lottery hosts during the channel 7 era included Linda Ward, Linda Frantangela both prior to and Jill Stark —94who all substituted on weekdays as well when Hayes was absent.
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