UPDATE: Just got word that WFAA’s rebroadcast will take place on Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Last night while hail pummeled the Dallas region, the people who were key to construction of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge were at the Dallas Center for Architecture watching ”Bridging The Trinity For The Love Of The City” that was supposed to be appearing on WFAA-CH. 8 at the same time. Pretty soon the guests were getting texts from friends about the televised version being interrupted by weather updates. They didn’t realize it because they were watching it courtesy of a DVD from the producer.
While the interruptions were certainly necessary, they resulted in a drastically sliced and diced version of the program. Think showing “Gone With The Wind” with the Civil War being cut out. Okay, so perhaps the 30-minute show on MHHB isn’t “GWTW,” but you get the idea.
Today the WFAA programming folks are putting their heads together to come up with a date when “Bridging The Trinity For The Love Of The City” can be re-aired. . . hopefully, without interference from Mother Nature.
As soon as the new date is selected, MySweetCharity will let you know.