More Highlights for Scottie Stephenson
This Day in CBC History: The Legacy of Scottie StephensonCBC lost our longest term employee, Corporate Secretary Scottie Stephenson, on April 15, 2002. She had been a cornerstone of Capitol Broadcasting for 58 years, serving a variety of roles, and originating many of the positions she held. While Scottie
Remembering Scottie StephensonMany CBC’ers have asked about the parking spot reserved for Scottie Stephenson near the entrance of the company headquarters on Western Blvd. Today is a special anniversary, which seems an appropriate time to provide a reminder. Scottie Stephenson, one of
1964 Election coverage on WRAL-TV
Bill Armstrong, Sam Beard and Scottie Stephenson on set election night at WRAL-TV.
The origin of the Christmas Tower Lighting byScottie Stephenson
The annual lighting of the WRAL Tower on December 1 transforms the structure into an enchanting Christmas tree!
The late Scottie Stephenson, a long time CBC employee who rose to the rank of vice president, shares how CBC Founder, A.J. Fletcher, came up with the idea of adding a bit of sparkle to the holiday season.
This video is part of a conversation with Scottie that was produced in 1996.
Scottie Stephenson as Told by Fred FletcherMany of us remember Scottie Stephenson. For new employees, Scottie was one of the founders of WRAL-TV and a long-time CBC employee – 58 years! She still has a prime parking spot beside the administrative building, something no one else