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Highlights for Production

  • WRAL-TV Viewers Come Through with $125K in 2016 Coats for Children Telethon

    “What could be better during the holiday season than raising money for the Salvation Army, so they can help hundreds of local families have a warmer winter and a more joyful Christmas?” – WRAL-TV Director of Local Production Phyllis Parish
  • Color remote production truck

    WRAL-TV remote production truck at NC Capitol

  • MII…It’s a Video Format

    In the late 80’s, television stations across the nation were transitioning from ¾ inch videotape format to something else for newsgathering and field production. The two big choices were “BetaSP” by Sony, or “MII” (pronounced “em 2”) by Panasonic. Both
  • “UNIT ZERO” 1 & 2

    “UNIT ZERO” sounds like the name of some sort of mysterious comic book character, or top secret military code, or a physics equation.  WRAL’s UNIT ZERO was the name of a big, ol’ broadcast production truck. Covering large, special events has
  • First Craft Brewery to Open at Rocky Mount Brewmill

    Capitol Broadcasting owns a 140-year-old textile mill in rural Rocky Mount, and the transformation is taking shape.  Rocky Mount Brewmill is becoming an incubator for startup craft breweries, a contract production facility for growing breweries and destination for lovers or
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