WRAL, Capitol Broadcasting’s NBC affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., welcomed back returning employees and thanked those who never left, with a week-long celebration last week, Week of Welcome or WOW.
Aquaculture, or the farming of fish and seafood, is a thriving industry that brings more than $60 million in revenue to North Carolina each year.
WRAL Raleigh, N.C., wants viewers to talk back to it and has launched new technology that lets viewers record what they think on a variety of topics and share those thoughts that end up in WRAL newscasts.
FX Design Group gets three nominations in the Promax North America Station Summit Awards 2020 for its designs for KOIN in Portland, Oregon: WRAL in Raleigh, North Carolina; and WITI in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
If you were watching the Presidential debate Tuesday night, you might have wondered, who’s lying? Who’s stretching the truth? Who’s making claims that aren’t true? WRAL viewers watching on their mobile or digital device received the fact checks in real-time.
“We recognize that part of our role as a locally owned and operated television station is to support and help neighbors and businesses in need,” said Joel Davis, WRAL-TV’s general manager.
Capitol Broadcasting, which owns WRAL, the NBC affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., earned several regional Emmy awards for original programs. This Is Human Trafficking won in the categories of Public Affairs and Promo Spot/Program, while Black Country was honored in the Entertainment category.
WRAL, the NBC affiliate in the Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, N.C., market, locally owned by Capitol Broadcasting, is looking for a strong news producer. U. S. News & World Report ranks Raleigh as the 10th best place to live in the country.
The new segment will make fact-checks available to more people in North Carolina than ever before. “This new partnership will help North Carolinians decipher truth from fiction in a non-partisan format,” said Ashley Talley, WRAL’s enterprise executive producer.
WRAL, Capitol Broadcasting’s NBC affiliate in Raleigh, North Carolina, serving the Triangle region of Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Fayetteville, needs a reporter and two multi-media journalists. Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill are known for their research/technology roots and collegiate rivalries, according to U. S. News & World Report, which ranks Raleigh as the 10th Best Place to Live in the country.