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  • CBC History 101 Trivia Quiz

    The CBC History website showcases the life and time of all the divisions of Capitol Broadcasting. Every day we continue to add another video, another picture, another story that documents the mission, in part, to provide the highest level of
  • MIX Unveils New Logo, New Website To “Make You Feel Good”

    WRAL-FM has a new look starting today.  MIX 101.5 unveiled a few changes during the morning of Thursday, April 6, 2017. “Today is a very exciting day at MIX 101.5 as we launch a dynamic new logo and website,” said
  • 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
  • More National Kudos for the Bulls

    Stadium Journey, a website devoted to the review of sports venues across the country, released its Top 100 Stadium Experiences of 2016. The site reviewed 761 different stadium experiences, and out of all of them, Durham Bulls Athletic Park checked
  • John Conway General Manager CBC New Media

    John Conway is General Manager of digital platforms for CBC New Media. Its flagship website, WRAL.com, is the most visited local media site in the North Carolina and is consistently ranked as a top rated television news website in the nation.

    Conway first joined Capitol Broadcasting Company in 1995 as the first managing editor of what was then called WRAL OnLine. He has served as WRAL.com’s product development director and creative services director.

    Conway is a 1985 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received a B.A. in journalism. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor for newspapers in Raleigh, Greensboro and Orlando. He has held administrative positions with the UNC School of Journalism, including assistant dean for distance education and executive education.

    Watch and listen to find out how CBC uses New Media now and anticipates its usage in the future.