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Late 1970s/early 1980sEdit

WSPA-TV, channel 7, Spartanburg, South Carolina now concludes its telecasting day. WSPA-TV is owned and operated by the Spartan Radiocasting Company, with its offices and studios at I-26 and I-85. Our transmitter is located on Hogback Mountain, 8 miles southwest of Tryon, North Carolina, and is 3,211 feet above sea level.
WSPA-TV Channel 7, Spartanburg SC - Sign-off circa Spring 1979 (audio only)

WSPA-TV Channel 7, Spartanburg SC - Sign-off circa Spring 1979 (audio only)

WSPA-TV telecasts on channel 7 with 316,000 watts of visual power and 44,500 watts of aural power as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. Program service to Hogback Mountain is over microwave station KIR-90. We invite you to join us tomorrow morning for the best in local programs, and programs from the CBS television network, with which WSPA-TV is affiliated. Until then, we bid you a pleasant good night.

1989Edit

WSPA, channel 7, Spartanburg, South Carolina now concludes its broadcast
WSPA-TV 7, Spartanburg SC Sign-Off from Summer 1989

WSPA-TV 7, Spartanburg SC Sign-Off from Summer 1989

WSPA-TV sign off from 1989

day. WSPA-TV is owned and operated by the Spartan Radiocasting Company, with main office and studios at I-26 and I-85 in Spartanburg, South Carolina. WSPA transmits From Hogback Mountain, 8 miles southwest of Tryon, North Carolina, and is authorized by the FCC to transmit 316,000 watts of visual power and 44,500 watts of aural power. Program service to Hogback Mountain is by microwave station KIR-90. We invite you to join us tomorrow as we continue to provide the best in local programming, and programs from the CBS television network, with which WSPA is affiliated. Until then, have a pleasant good night.