• American

     

     

  • Auburn, NC

     

     

    • Plants Distributed to NC Nonprofits for 34th Annual WRAL Azalea Celebration

      The 34th Annual WRAL Azalea Celebration came to a conclusion on Saturday, October 5, 2019, with winning groups picking up their plants from the WRAL Transmitter site in Auburn, NC.  Capitol Broadcasting distributed 4,820 azaleas to 114 nonprofit groups from
    • CBC Awards 140 Non-Profits Through 32nd Annual WRAL Azalea Celebration, Special Honors to Three Groups

      The 32nd Annual WRAL Azalea Celebration culminated with the distribution of plants to the winning non-profits on Saturday, September 30, 2017.  CBC Property Management staffers worked with volunteers at the WRAL Transmitter site in Auburn, NC, as the winners came
    • Early news studio

      The first WRAL-TV news studio in the late 1950s. The studio was located at the transmitter facility in Auburn, NC. Pictured is Promotion Department staffer Herb Marks, who also portrayed Capn 5 on the air.

    • Tower crew working in the clouds

      Crew from Tower King company working near the top of the new WRAL tower in 1990. Company owner Jimmy King is pictured at the bottom preparing to attach a 60-thousand pound guy wire to the tower. Crew member John Benton is at upper left.

    • New transmitter building under construction

      WRAL-TV transmitter building going up following tower collapse. Note the steel ice shields above the roof. Tons of melting ice brought down the tower in December 1989.

  • Beaufort, NC

     

     

  • Buies Creek, NC

     

     

    • Coach John Wooden and Reverend Jimmy Morriss

      Legendary UCLA basketball coach Wooden being interviewed by Reverend Morriss at the 1973 Campbell basketball camp. Morriss was a well-known host of religious programs on WRAL-TV.

  • Cape Canaveral, FL

     

     

    • LiveStar 5 at Cape Canaveral

      WRAL-TV’s ku-band satellite truck outside the NASA Vehicle Assembly Building at Cape Canaveral, FL. LiveStar was on location to uplink HDTV coverage of the historic return to space by astronaut John Glenn.

  • Cape Fear River

     

     

  • Capitol Sports Radio

     

     

  • Cary, NC

     

     

    • Pops in the Park 2006

      The North Carolina Symphony presents “Pops in the Park” concert.
      WRAL News anchor Bill Leslie explains the relationship between the station and the symphony. WRAL began broadcasting “Pops in the Park” LIVE in 1984. This 2006 presentation of Pops in the Park features NC Symphony resident conductor William Henry Curry and Assistant conductor Joan Landry. The venue was the Koka Booth Amphitheatre located in Cary, North Carolina. The concert aired on WRAL-TV and UNC-TV.

    • Stuart Scott at Jimmy V Classic

      ESPN anchor and former WRAL-TV news reporter doing interview at Prestonwood County Club.

  • Chapel Hill

     

     

    • WRAL-TV Wraps 5th Annual CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship Program

      WRAL hosted 12 student journalists from across the country as part of the fifth annual CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship. Each spring, WRAL teams up with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to welcome the students to participate in a
    • Recollections of President Kennedy’s 1961 visit to NC

      October 12, 1961 President John F. Kennedy visited the campus of University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Later that day, the President traveled to Fort Bragg near Fayetteville. UNC Chancellor William Friday shared his recollections of that historic day with WRAL News reporter Scott Mason.

    • Man on the Moon

      In 1963, WRAL News director and anchor Bill Armstrong landed an interview with NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong, no relation, at the Morehead Planetarium in Chapel Hill. Neil Armstrong and other astronauts were there January 28-30, 1963 learning about celestial navigation.
    • Bob Knapp wins tournament

      WRAL-TV weather and sports announcer Bob Knapp accepting trophy after winning a media golf tournament. Knapp shot an even-par 72 at the Finley course in Chapel Hill to take the crown.

    • WRAL Staffers Create App to Make UNC Academic Fraud Records Available to Viewers

      When the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill posted 200,000-plus pages of public records on its website last month, it allowed the public to read some of the 5 million pages of emails, memos and other documents collected as part
  • CNN

     

     

    • Give Us 18 Minutes, We’ll Give You the World

      “I was cable before cable was cool.” Ted Turner, May 1982. Turner, aka “Mouth of the South,” founder of Cable News Network – CNN, was tooting his horn at the National Cable Television Association convention in Las Vegas. However, a
    • Bobbie Battista at CNN

      Bobbie Battista in her early days as a CNN anchor

  • Daytona Beach, FL

     

     

    • First LiveStar at race track

      LiveStar I at the Daytona Beach International Speedway for coverage of Speed Weeks and the big 500 mile race.

  • Durham

     

     

    • WRAL Closes November Ratings Period as the #1 Local News Station

      WRAL News Tops Ratings in Raleigh-Durham Market as the Most Watched Local News The results are in for the 2019 November Nielsen ratings period, and WRAL (Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville DMA) has once again clinched its position as the Triangle’s top
    • Bulls Praise Congressional Effort to Save Minor League Baseball

      Members of Congress create Save Minor League Baseball Task Force The Durham Bulls on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, praised the newly created Save Minor League Baseball Task Force organized by members of Congress to prevent Major League Baseball (MLB) from
    • Durham SmART Adds Vibrant Crosswalk Art on American Tobacco Campus

      American Tobacco has a “snappy” new crosswalk.  Three vibrant Art-Deco inspired pedestrian crosswalk designs were installed in downtown Durham during the week of November 18, including on Blackwell Street at American Tobacco.  The Durham SmART Vision Plan sponsored the project
    • Durham Bulls to Rebrand as Cervezas de Durham

      Rebrand part of Minor League Baseball’s Copa de la Diversión initiative The Durham Bulls have announced a rebrand to “Cervezas de Durham” as part of Minor League Baseball’s 2020 Copa de la Diversión initiative. Copa de la Diversión is a
    • Bulls Named Most Accomplished Minor League Franchise of the 2010s

      Organization tops Baseball America’s list of 15 following three titles Baseball America released on Tuesday, November 12, 2019, the top 15 most accomplished Minor League franchises of the 2010s. The Durham Bulls topped the list factored by wins, league titles,
  • Eastern North Carolina

     

     

    • WRAL Announced as 2020 Host Newsroom by Report For America

      WRAL will employ a journalist to cover issues in eastern North Carolina WRAL, a division of Capitol Broadcasting Company in Raleigh, N.C., is proud to announce Report for America has selected the station to be a 2020-2021 host newsroom. Report
    • 99.9 The Fan’s Clubs and Suds Tourney Raised Funds for Make-A-Wish

      18 Beers. 18 Holes. 1 Great Cause. 99.9 The Fan’s 2nd Annual Clubs and Suds Craft Beer Golf Tournament raised $3,334 for Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina.  134 players on 31 teams played in the tourney on Friday, November 1, 2019,
    • Rocky Mount Mills to Hold Food Bank Drive for Hurricane Florence Victims

      Rocky Mount Mills is teaming together with our campus tenants and our CBC family as a drop off location for Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina on Wednesday, September 19th. Rocky Mount Mills (1151 Falls Rd), 9:00am-3:00pm Goat Island
    • Tiny House Hotel Coming to Rocky Mount

      The tiny home trend is coming to Rocky Mount. The first and only tiny home hotel in eastern North Carolina is being built along the Tar River, representatives announced Wednesday. Dubbed River & Twine, a 20-unit hotel, will feature modern amenities including
    • SLIDESHOW: Rocky Mount Mills as a Winter Wonderland

      When the snow visited Eastern North Carolina during the first week of January 2018, Rocky Mount Mills became a winter wonderland.  RMM Event Services and Marketing Manager Julie Baggett braved the cold to snap photos of the picturesque views of
  • England

     

     

    • Charlie Gaddy prepares for report from England

      WRAL-TV anchorman Charlie Gaddy looks on as Executive Director Kevin Duffus readies equipment. The WRAL team was in England for live broadcasts to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Plymouth voyages.

  • Fayetteville

     

     

    • WRAL Closes November Ratings Period as the #1 Local News Station

      WRAL News Tops Ratings in Raleigh-Durham Market as the Most Watched Local News The results are in for the 2019 November Nielsen ratings period, and WRAL (Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville DMA) has once again clinched its position as the Triangle’s top
    • WRAL Closes May Ratings Period with Wins in All Local Newscasts

      WRAL News Tops Ratings in Raleigh-Durham Market, #1 in All Newscasts, All Day With the final numbers in for the May 2019 Nielsen ratings period, WRAL (Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville DMA) sealed its position as the Triangle’s top news station with
    • WRAL Is The MOST WATCHED Local News

      With the final numbers in for the November 2018 Nielsen ratings period, WRAL News (Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville DMA) dominated the competition with household ratings wins in every daypart, every day.  WRAL News was the most watched local news overall, with
    • WRAL-TV, Baez Honored by Salvation Army for Hurricane Matthew Coverage

      The Salvation Army of Fayetteville recently honored WRAL-TV for the station’s coverage of Hurricane Matthew, both during the storm and in the days following.  WRAL-TV Reporter Gilbert Baez accepted the 2016 Media Excellence Award at the Cape Fear Botanical Gardens
    • WRAL-TV to Broadcast Veterans Day Parade Nov. 5

      WRAL-TV and UNC-TV’s NC Channel to broadcast 2016 Fayetteville Veterans Day Parade Presented by the Cumberland County Veterans Council and the City of Fayetteville LIVE coverage begins 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 5 WRAL-TV and UNC-TV’s NC Channel will broadcast the
  • Fort Bragg, NC

     

     

    • WRAL News bureau in Fayetteville with Gilbert Baez Promo 1992

      The WRAL News bureau in Fayetteville plays an important role in news gathering in the southeastern region of North Carolina. Reporter Gilbert Baez has been the point man for covering the news of Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, and the surrounding area. Promo produced in 1992.

    • Divided We Fall

      WRAL-TV News Anchor Gerald Owens reports on the high rate of divorce among military marriages when one spouse is deployed away from home for a long period of time and/or multiple deployments.

  • Guilford College

     

     

  • Montgomery County, NC

     

     

  • NC Coast

     

     

    • Fran’s Fury

      WRAL News documents the devastation created by Hurricane Fran on the coast of NC and in Wake County. September 1996.

    • The Cape Light

      “The Cape Light” was the 1st documentary to be produced and air in HD. WRAL-TV News Anchor/Reporter Bill Leslie meets with people living at the coast as well as historians and environmentalists about the impact that beach erosion poses to threaten the historic lighthouse. Should the lighthouse be moved inland or find another method to control beach erosion that might cause the lighthouse to fall into the sea? Bill shares his findings in the documentary.

    • Festival of Flight

      This WRAL-TV Documentary highlights aviation in North Carolina, with special emphasis on the Wright Brothers’ first flight from Kitty Hawk on Dec. 17, 1903. Other features include construction of a 1903 Wright Flyer replica that was flown Dec. 17, 2003 during Kitty Hawk’s centennial celebration, a profile on the state’s first licensed pilot, N.C.’s military aviation history and a look at the aviation curriculum in schools. First broadcast in May 2003 and hosted by WRAL’s Bill Leslie, this WRAL special aired in conjunction with the opening weekend of Fayetteville’s Festival of Flight, an 11-day celebration featuring air shows, expos, displays, exhibits and an arts festival. It was rebroadcast in December to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ historic flight.

    • Tangled Lines

      WRAL-TV News Anchor/Reporter Bill Leslie examines the challenge facing commercial fishermen in the midst of governmental regulations and restrictions. Leslie also looks at the feud between commercial and recreational fishing.

  • NC Legislative Building

  • Neuse River

     

     

    • Paddling Down the Neuse: WRAL-TV’s Richard Adkins Shares Behind the Scenes of New WRAL Doc

      After working on the WRAL Documentary “New Trouble on the Neuse River,” WRAL photojournalist Richard Adkins takes WRAL-TV viewers and WRAL.com visitors for a multi-day, ground-level look at North Carolina’s important waterway. “New Trouble on the Neuse River” premieres on Thursday, April
    • Bill Leslie Revisits Troubles of Neuse River in New WRAL Documentary

      Retired WRAL-TV Anchor Bill Leslie will be back to discuss current problems for the Neuse River, a natural resource he first reported on 30 years ago.  The WRAL Documentary “New Trouble on the Neuse River” premieres this Thursday, April 18,
    • People of the Neuse

      WRAL-TV News Anchor/Reporter Bill Leslie investigates the cause of contamination of the Neuse River and the impact on residents, industry, and tourism.

    • Troubled Rivers

      WRAL-TV News environmental reporter Bill Leslie traces the problem of river pollution from the Triangle to the coast. The Neuse River is 315 miles long and is impacted by industry that dumps wastes along its path that ends in the Pamlico Sound. This follow-up documentary to the first “Troubled Waters” won a regional Emmy award.

  • New York City

     

     

  • Pinehurst

     

     

    • WRAL Health Team in 1995

      Health Team members accepting the NC Med Society Public Service Award in 1995. L-R: Chris Mondragon, Dr. Allen Mask, Dr. Alicia Underwood, Lynn Hoggard, Mary Cates Gravley and Malinda Adams.

  • Plymouth, England

     

     

    • Plymouth Celebrates the Roanoke Voyages

      Live coverage of the 400th anniversary of the voyage from Plymouth, England to the shores of North Carolina. The program includes historical background reports, meeting the people of today living in Plymouth, and other points of interest.

      The broadcast originated from the west pier of Plymouth harbor on the Barbicon Coast in SW England. The celebration included a parade, horse drawn carriages, Her Majesty Royal Marine marching band, and speeches from dignataries from England and North Carolina including Governor Jim Hunt.

      WRAL-TV News Anchor Charlie Gaddy anchored the broadcast carried by stations throughout the state by the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters.

      Aired April 27, 1984.

    • Hands Across the Water

      WRAL-TV News Anchor Charlie Gaddy explores the heritage of the Barbicon at Plymouth, England. Gaddy meets local fisherman Fred Brimacombe and his wife Joyce. They talk about the lure of the sea, daily life of a fisherman, memories of World War 2 in England, and a visit to a local pub.

  • Pullen Park

     

     

    • Capn Five

      Herb Marks as Cap’n Five with kids at Raleigh’s Pullen Park

  • Raleigh

     

     

  • Rocky Mount, NC

     

     

    • Rocky Mount Mills

      View of the historic Rocky Mount Mills along the Tar River in Rocky Mount, NC. CBC plans to restore the property and create Rocky Mount Brewmill, an incubator for craft brewers.

  • Rome, Italy

     

     

    • Upon This Rock

      WRAL-TV News Anchor David Crabtree and Father Tim O’Connor with Sacred Heart Cathedral in Raleigh, traveled to St. Peter’s Basilica located within Vatican City. WRAL was the first television to shoot HD video footage inside the Sistine Chapel. You will meet people from around the world visiting Rome and hear their impressions of this holy city.

  • Smithfield

     

     

    • Dave Waters in truck driving school

      Starshooter uplink truck operator Dave Waters during training at the NC Truck Driving School in Smithfield. Waters passed the eight-week course in 1984 and went on to drive the CBC 18-wheeler.

  • Spring Hope

  • Wilmington, NC

     

     

  • WRAL Gardens

     

     

    • WRAL Gardens New Website Accompanies New Blooms

      The WRAL Azalea Gardens are in full bloom right now.  Visitors stop by daily to take in the beautiful color. In perfect timing for the spring explosion, CBC recently relaunched a newly designed website for the WRAL Gardens. FOX 50
    • NC Filmmaker Talks About Movie with Scenes Shot in WRAL Gardens

      A few years ago a film crew descended upon the WRAL Gardens to shoot scenes for a North Carolina-based movie.  Filmmaker Anderson Boyd recently came back by the station to talk about “Well Wishes.”  Hailed as “equal parts satirical comedy,
    • A Closer Look at CBC’s Video Art Collection: 2016 CBC Employee WRAL Garden Photo Contest Winners

      For the third time this year, Capitol Broadcasting Company held a spring contest among its employees.  Capture the best shot of the WRAL Gardens.  As the Gardens exploded with color, CBC’ers took to the winding paths and submitted breathtaking photos. 
    • Article about WRAL Gardens

      This article appeared in the Leader magazine in 1979, not long after CBC founder AJ Fletcher died. Fletcher designed and planted the garden in 1959.

    • WRAL Gardens

      Shot of azaleas in bloom in the WRAL Gardens. The gardens were planted by Capitol Broadcasting Company founder A.J. Fletcher and are open to the public year-round.

  • WRAL Radio

     

     

    • Random CBC History Trivia Questions

      1. Many well-known preachers had their programs produced in the studios of WRAL and/or WRAL radio. Which person did NOT broadcast from the studios of WRAL and/or WRAL radio? A) Sister Gary B) Oral Roberts C) Billy Graham D) Jimmy
    • The 1st WRAL-TV Staff 1956

      These are a few of the people who were part of the inaugural staff of WRAL-TV in 1956. Some worked double-duties at WRAL radio and WRAL television. See if you can place the correct name with the picture. 1. He
    • Memorial Dedication for WRAL Radio and Triangle Legend Raymond “Dr. Jocko” Henderson

      Although he retired from WRAL-TV last fall, Clarence Williams is still sharing CBC stories from the community.  Williams recently wrote this piece to remember a WRAL Radio legend, Raymond “Dr. Jocko” Henderson and his mentor, J.D. Lewis:  The beautiful serene
    • JD Lewis on radio

      Lewis handling an air shift in his early days with WRAL AM and FM

    • Bill Jordan and Richard Simmons

      MIX-101.5 Morning Man Bill Jordan having fun with the one and only Richard Simmons at WRAL-FM.

  • WRAL Studio

     

     

    • Timelapse WRAL Newsroom INTERIOR expansion

      Sunday night, January 28, 2001 was a big night for WRAL-TV. Not only did the station broadcast both the SuperBowl XXXV in HD and the premiere of Survivor II: The Australian Outback, WRAL opened the doors on its new all-digital newsroom. The 11 o’clock newscast unveiled its state of the art, all-digital studio.

      With this newscast WRAL became the world’s first news operation to gather and present high definition local news on a continuous basis. At that time, John Harris, WRAL’s Director of Special Projects, said, “The 11:00pm newscast will mark our move into the new facility, so it’s the official start of the new era.”

      Everything from the furniture to the state-of-the-art set changed for WRAL in the new 24,000 square foot all-digital facility, part of a building expansion project started in 1998. The studio cameras and the field cameras were brand new, 89 pieces of Panasonic DVCPRO HD equipment in all. The Devlin Group in San Diego, who created the cutting-edge design for WRAL, featured the station’s new virtual set on their website.

      At that time, WRAL-TV Vice President and General Manager Bill Peterson said, “This conversion to HD has, quite frankly, never been done before. Virtually every piece of equipment we use in putting together a newscast… has completely changed. What viewers will see, even those with standard sets, is truly one-of-a-kind news operation. They’ll see a clearer picture, more detail and a greatly enhanced newsroom designed to function at the highest possible standard.”

      WRAL News continues to broadcast its award winning newscast from this space. The news set undergoes updates as the need arises.

    • American Idol finalist Clay Aiken appears on WRAL Morning News

      Take a look behind the scenes when 2003 American Idol finalist, Clay Aiken, made a whirlwind trip from Hollywood to his hometown of Raleigh during the final weeks of competition of the hit FOX TV show American Idol. Clay finished as the runner-up to champion Ruben Studdard.

      This video shows Clay arriving at WRAL-TV the morning of Friday, May 9 2003. He makes his way into the station greeting employees as he makes his way to the newsroom . You’ll see and hear Clay interviewed by WRAL Morning news anchors.

      All the video was shot from a news photographer shooting from behind-the-scenes. Enjoy this unique look of what happens during a live newscast as Clay Aiken has fun “helping” Mike Maze present the weather report and Mark Roberts with his traffic report.

    • One Year Later How Safe are We 2002

      September 11, 2001 changed the way the United States went about the task of protecting the nation for harm. Terrorists, with ease, inflicted death and destruction in New York City and Washington D.C. One year later, WRAL asked the question – how safe are we?

      WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and The News & Observer newspaper executive editor Melanie Sill posed the question to experts representing various roles in law enforcement and the military, plus those who hold positions in education and religion.

      The program aired in September 2002.

    • WRAL Sports anchorman Ray Reeve

      Reeve at the sports anchor desk preparing for a broadcast. Reeve was the first WRAL-TV Sports Director and anchorman.

    • Cast of Sparks

      Sparks was a WRAL-TV locally-produced childrens program that premiered August 10, 1985. The program was produced by Peter Anlyan and featured Meredith Nicholson (foreground(, Kent FAulcon, Mark Miller, Mark Kath, Phyllis Bullock and Joshua Lozoff.

  • WRAL TV

     

     

    • WRAL-TV News Live with Hurricane Florence Continuous Coverage

      WRAL TV will be on the air until Hurricane Florence is out of our area. We are riding this out with you. Stay safe, and stay with us as we continue to bring you important information to keep you safe.
    • CBC History Trivia Quiz

      1. Which vehicle would be the best choice to cover breaking news in eastern North Carolina? a) Unmarked live van with obvious microwave unit on top. b) Action News 5 WRAL TV news van. c) “The General Lee” from The
    • Tommie Bland and projector

      WRAL-TV employee Tommie Bland threading a film projector, which was an everyday task until videotape replaced film at the station.

    • Clarence Williams in MCO

      Newscast Director Clarence Williams prepares for work in the WRAL Master Control. The switcher was made by RCA and was later replaced with one by Grass Valley.

    • WRAL Fountain Mountain

      WRAL-TV fountain frozen solid during a winter in the late 50s or early 60s. The fountain was dubbed by newscasters as Fountaiin Mountain in later years.

  • WRAL-TV Exterior

     

     

    • The origin of the Christmas Tower Lighting byScottie Stephenson

      The annual lighting of the WRAL Tower on December 1 transforms the structure into an enchanting Christmas tree!

      The late Scottie Stephenson, a long time CBC employee who rose to the rank of vice president, shares how CBC Founder, A.J. Fletcher, came up with the idea of adding a bit of sparkle to the holiday season.

      This video is part of a conversation with Scottie that was produced in 1996.

    • Timelapse of expansion of WRAL-TV building

      In November, 1998 WRAL-TV5 broke ground on a multi-million dollar building expansion that now houses its state-of-the-art news department/studio and administrative offices, plus remodeled office space for other WRAL-TV departments. The construction project added 35,000 feet onto the south side of the existing studios

      R.T. Dooley of Charlotte served as the general contractor for the project, and Envirotek of Raleigh was the architect. Devlin Design Group of San Diego designed the news set, and Rees Associates of Oklahoma City served as interior design contractor.

      Before construction could began, WRAL had to dismantle its old 300-foot broadcast relay tower and build a new tower 150 feet northwest of the old location.

    • WRAL-TV exterior and station tower

    • WRAL-TV Fountain Mountain

      WRAL-TV’s fountain frozen in cold weather 1958

  • WRAL-TV Helipad

     

     

  • WRAL-TV Interior

     

     

    • Timelapse WRAL Newsroom INTERIOR expansion

      Sunday night, January 28, 2001 was a big night for WRAL-TV. Not only did the station broadcast both the SuperBowl XXXV in HD and the premiere of Survivor II: The Australian Outback, WRAL opened the doors on its new all-digital newsroom. The 11 o’clock newscast unveiled its state of the art, all-digital studio.

      With this newscast WRAL became the world’s first news operation to gather and present high definition local news on a continuous basis. At that time, John Harris, WRAL’s Director of Special Projects, said, “The 11:00pm newscast will mark our move into the new facility, so it’s the official start of the new era.”

      Everything from the furniture to the state-of-the-art set changed for WRAL in the new 24,000 square foot all-digital facility, part of a building expansion project started in 1998. The studio cameras and the field cameras were brand new, 89 pieces of Panasonic DVCPRO HD equipment in all. The Devlin Group in San Diego, who created the cutting-edge design for WRAL, featured the station’s new virtual set on their website.

      At that time, WRAL-TV Vice President and General Manager Bill Peterson said, “This conversion to HD has, quite frankly, never been done before. Virtually every piece of equipment we use in putting together a newscast… has completely changed. What viewers will see, even those with standard sets, is truly one-of-a-kind news operation. They’ll see a clearer picture, more detail and a greatly enhanced newsroom designed to function at the highest possible standard.”

      WRAL News continues to broadcast its award winning newscast from this space. The news set undergoes updates as the need arises.

    • WRAL-TV 12th anniversary cake