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  • WRAL’s Premiere of “Education Matters” Ready to Air Sunday, Oct 2nd

    WRAL-TV has the first episode of the new local program “Education Matters” ready for debut.  Taping for the first broadcast took place on Thursday, September 29, 2016, in WRAL-TV’s Studio A.  The brand new program, launched the Public School Forum
  • Fred Fletcher sings My Two Front Teeth

    Fred Fletcher, son of A.J. Fletcher – founder of Capitol Broadcasting Company, served as WRAL-TV’s first general manager. Fred was known as an entertainer and savvy broadcaster. After his retirement, Fred still loved to entertain an audience. Here Fred and jazz pianist Paul Montgomery, also known to viewers as “Uncle Paul,” perform the Christmas classic “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth.” The venue is the annual Golden Years gathering, sometimes known as Golden Agers, that was held in downtown Raleigh.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Breakfast 2012

    The 32nd annual Martin Luther King Triangle Interfaith Breakfast took place January 16, 2012.
    The gathering celebrated many of the principles of Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy which include: respect, equality, opportunity, diversity and a commitment to peace, justice, and non-violent solutions to conflict. All of these principles at the heart of the civil rights movement are equally as relevant to our lives today as we seek to address and solve present-day social issues in our community.

  • Radio remote

    Kay Fletcher does WRAL-FM radio remote from a pool. Remote broadcasts were common in the 1940s and 50s.

  • Football Friday planning session

    Tom Suiter huddles with staff in preparation for another Football Friday show. With Richard Adkins, Clarence Williams and Jay Jennings.