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  • Gov. Cooper Declares Week of August 2, 2021, NC Broadcast Legend Week, Cites Goodmon & Gaddy

    NC Governor Roy Cooper has declared the week of August 2, 2021, as NC Broadcast Legend Week in North Carolina, citing a list of pioneers including CBC CEO & Board Chairman Jim Goodmon. Retired WRAL Anchor Charlie Gaddy is on
  • Bloopers with Bobbie Battista and Charlie Gaddy circa 1979

    Thankfully most bloopers, mistakes, and giggle fits do not happen on the air. However, after a newscast – while taping “updates” to play during the evening – a case of the giggles can happen. The stress and tension of being perfect during a live broadcast is off, and being able to relax a bit often plays out in bloopers.

    Chuckle along with legendary WRAL news anchor team Charlie Gaddy and Bobbie Battista from the late ’70s. In 1981, Bobbie Battista joined CNN in Atlanta where she was a news anchor for many years. Charlie Gaddy retired from WRAL in 1994.

  • Fun on PM Magazine BLOOPERS

    Enjoy these outtakes from the popular evening program “PM Magazine” with hosts Tom McNamara and Susan Dahlin circa 1984. You’ll also see legendary WRAL news anchors Charlie Gaddy and Adele Arakawa, as well as chief meteorologist Greg Fishel in a few of the bloopers. Background music is “Kodachrome” by Paul Simon.

  • Hurricane Hazel documentary with Charlie Gaddy

    On October 15, 1954, Hurricane Hazel delivered a devastating blow to North Carolina. It was the only category 4 hurricane to hit the state in the 20th century, and by most measures, was the worst.

    WRAL News anchor Charlie Gaddy takes us through the days and hours leading up to landfall of Hazel. Aired 2004.

  • Gaddy and Hefner before WRAL 50th anniversary reunion newscast

    Charlie Gaddy chats with WRAL GM Jim Hefner before reunion newscast in 2006

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