Highlights for CBC New Media Group
CBC New Media Wins Three First Place Awards in Local Media Association’s 2018 Digital Innovation ContestThe Local Media Association released its slate of 2018 Digital Innovation Contest winners on Wednesday, March 14, 2018, and CBC New Media Group picked up three First Place honors. More than 70 media companies participated in the annual national competition,
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.
Two years ago Capitol Broadcasting Company created a new subsidiary, a digital marketing team, under the umbrella of our division CBC New Media Group. Digital Elements emerged as a natural extension of CBC’s commitment to helping local businesses prosper. Keeping
WRAL Online was the beginning of WRAL.com, the flaship property of CBC New Media Group that has won numerous journalism awards and has been recognized as a leader nationally among local media sites. The promo was produced in 1997.
CBC employees who were critical to the development of the company’s internet service – Interpath. Photo came at a 20th anniversary celebration in 2014.