According to a viewer post on the station's official Facebook wall, an on air crawl stated:
"The 10pm newscast will air in it's entirety as soon as the problem is resolved. We apologize for the delay. Local 2 is experiencing technical difficulties."
KPRC 2 had no official posts on Facebook or Twitter about these technical issues, but the viewers certainly did. They stormed the KPRC 2 wall with comments like:
"Another anchor is pregnant!!! #technical difficulties"
"KPRC should at least update it's Facebook page reflecting the issue."
"I am outraged that MSNBC is being broadcast rather than the local 10 pm news! I do not like MSNBC! If I wanted to watch MSNBC, I would do so! I only watch Channel 2 for the local news personnel, not the network vidiots! I will cease to watch the local news if I can't count on actually seeing it!"
Then when the news came on after about 20 minutes:
"Finally!!!! MSNBC was torture!"
"21 minutes late but better than never."
As I've stated before, technical difficulties are a fact of life in the TV business. Based on how many systems are tied together in the television world, I'm surprised stations don't have more issues.
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