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Highlights for WRAL-TV

  • WRAL Gardens Abloom in Person, in New Video and Online

    As the dramatic colors in the WRAL Azalea Gardens are reaching their peak, WRAL-TV Anchor Bill Leslie got together with photographer Bob Ayers for a visual and musical stroll down the piney paths in this 2017 production. WRAL.com VIDEO:  Amazing
  • WRAL presents “Attack Of The Cardiac Pack” NCSU 1983 Champs

    1983 “March Madness” resulted NC State winning the NCAA National Basketball Championship. The team was tagged with the nickname “Cardiac Pack” after winning games that ended in heart-stopping, buzzer beater baskets.

    Watch this 30 minute program, complete with vintage commercials, that captures the excitement on campus and in the community. GO PACK!

  • Dateline NBC Episode Featuring WRAL’s Julia Sims To Air Friday

    A few weeks ago, WRAL-TV Reporter Julia Sims took a turn in the interviewee chair as Dateline NBC came to Raleigh to interview her about the infamous Mike Peterson murder case.  The episode “Down the Back Staircase” is now slated
  • NBC Chairman Mark Lazarus talks with David Crabtree

    Chairman of NBC Broadcasting and NBC Sports, Mark Lazarus visited WRAL in February, 2017. During his visit he addressed the staff of WRAL and answered questions from employees. WRAL News anchor David Crabtree talked one on one with Lazarus about the relationship between NBC and WRAL, and about NBC’s coverage of the Olympics.

  • WRAL documentary STATE OF INEQUALITY

    The half-hour WRAL documentary “State of Inequality” examines the wealth divide between people and places in North Carolina. It profiles someone in the top one-percent and someone living below the poverty line. It looks at their common bonds, different paths and their shared view on the issue of income inequality. The documentary also profiles Wake and Bertie counties and examines why they are on opposite ends of the prosperity scale. “State of Inequality” also explores the effects of wealth disparity and possible solutions to lessen its impact.

    “State of Inequality” is hosted by WRAL News anchor David Crabtree. Produced and written by Clay Johnson.

    The documentary was shot in 4K High Dynamic Range and broadcasted in High Definition. Aired Thursday, March 16, 2017.

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