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December 18, 2014 “A Gentleman Farmer Broadcaster,” Ray Wilkinson

While rummaging through the CBC trunk of historical treasures, it became apparent that there is one person who has garnered more awards, plaques, trophies, certificates of appreciation than any other person; Ray Wilkinson. There is so much to say about read more

Latest WRAL Doc Tackles Domestic Violence, “Enough is eNOugh”

WRAL-TV’s latest Documentary premieres on Thursday, December 18 at 7pm.  The program ties into our station’s domestic violence awareness campaign “eNOugh” with the related title “Enough is eNOough”. “Enough is eNOough” examines the case of Brandi Baggett, a Pitt County woman whose boyfriend abused read more

CBC Launches Website to Archive Company History

Capitol Broadcasting Company is pleased to announce the launch of a new website dedicated to the rich history of our company.  We’re proud to publically launch The History of Capitol Broadcasting Company on Monday, December 15, 2014, the 58th anniversary read more

December 11, 2014 David vs Goliath, The Battle for Channel 5

December 15, 1956 is the date WRAL-TV began broadcasting to viewers in eastern North Carolina. In order to understand why this station is so driven, one needs to have insight into its founder and the first leadership team. No one read more