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Is there any way to buy a WSFX newscast? Can they put it as a video file on your flash drive?

Mike Voorheis
StarNews

WECT News Anchor Kim Ratcliff reports during the noon newscast in the new WECT studios Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. StarNews photo By Mike Spencer

WSFX and WECT keep news broadcasts for a year. They will dub a segment of a newscast to a DVD for a $50 fee, said Scott Saxton, news director at WECT and WSFX. They do not have a fee structure in place for dubbing an entire broadcast.

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