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January 1, 1998 WJZY Named One of the Top 5 UPN Affiliates

WJZY Named One of the Top 5 UPN Affiliates WJZY was named one of the top 5 UPN affiliates in the country, winning an “MVP” award from among all the UPN affiliates. A combination of ratings, performance and dedication to read more

CBC Connects with Our Community

CBC Connects with Our Community Capitol Broadcasting Company has teamed up with the Communities in Schools of North Carolina to create a unique volunteer opportunity. With a commitment of just one hour a week, employees can become a mentor to read more

CBCers Learn to Save Lives

CBCers Learn to Save Lives Saving lives was the theme as Raleigh area CBCers met to be certified in Cardio-Pulmonary-Resuscitation (CPR). All new employees are expected to attend CPR training within their first year of employment, with the long term read more

MB Baseball Established Youth Diamond Charity Fund

MB Baseball Established Youth Diamond Charity Fund The Myrtle Beach Professional Baseball Club has established its charity foundation called The Youth Diamond Fund. This fund will benefit Horry County school-age youth by providing monies for athletic facilities such as baseball read more

Jim Goodmon Receives CASL President’s Award

Jim Goodmon Receives CASL President’s Award The Capitol Area Soccer League (CASL), considered one the largest private youth soccer leagues in the US with over 12,000 players on 800 teams, awarded Jim Goodmon, President and CEO of CBC, its President’s read more

1998 United Arts Campaign

1998 United Arts Campaign Capitol Broadcasting Company raised $11,596 during the 1998 United Arts Campaign. More than 45 CBCers contributed a total of $8,400 in support of the arts in Wake County. That is an increase of more than $1,000 read more

The New WRAL-HD Tower is Ready to Go

The New WRAL-HD Tower is Ready to Go Within the next couple of months, construction will start on the new HDTV tall tower for WRAL-HD. The 1989-foot tower will be built on the same site as the existing WRAL-TV tower read more