More Highlights for Jim Goodmon
CBC CEO & Board Chairman Jim Goodmon will be the latest subject of UNC-TV’s Biographical Conversations series. The 3-part series about the Capitol Broadcasting leader debuts this week: UNC-TV is excited to premiere the latest installment of its Biographical Conversations
The Wake Education Partnership bestowed the organization’s highest honor on Corp CEO & Board Chairman Jim Goodmon at their annual Stars of Education gala on Thursday, October 10, 2018. Goodmon received the Dr. Robert E. Bridges Lifetime Achievement Award. Goodmon
The UNC School of Media and Journalism has announced that CBC CEO Jim Goodmon will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s spring commencement on Sunday, May 13, 2018. Citing
Jim Goodmon, CEO of Capitol Broadcasting Company, is interviewed by WRAL Sports Anchor Jeff Gravely about the modern era of the the Durham Bulls baseball team. Much of it has to do with “regionalism.”
The Durham Bulls, America’s most famous Minor League Baseball team, is regarded as one of the premier franchises in the industry. Since Capitol Broadcasting Company bought the team in 1991, the organization has separated itself from its peers, thriving on local, regional and national stages. Under Capitol Broadcasting’s direction, the Bulls have been at the center of the revitalization of downtown Durham, never ceasing to contribute to The Triangle community.
Watch and listen to this fascinating interview explaining all the twists and turns of the Durham Bulls!
Photographer: Jay Jennings
Over 30 years ago CBC CEO Jim Goodmon and Capitol Broadcasting came on board as their first major sponsor of the U.S. Olympic Festival in the Triangle. In the fall of 1984, NC Amateur Sports landed the festival that would