September 30, 2015 Embrace the Rainy Weather, Buy a Duck

The weather over the past week, and the week ahead, is basically only fit for ducks.  That’s not a problem at American Tobacco!  Hundreds of ducks are getting ready to take over the Ol’ Bull River.  Rubber ducks, that is.  read more

September 29, 2015 SUNNY 104.5 Raises Over $45K in Annual Radiothon

SUNNY 104.5 just wrapped up their annual Radiothon to benefit NHRMC (New Hanover Regional Medical Center) Betty H. Cameron Women’s & Children’s Hospital.  Each year a panel agrees to the best use of funds raised to benefit children in the area. This read more

September 24, 2015 Papal Visit 1987 Revisited

Pope John Paul II visited America for ten days in September of 1987. The Pope visited Miami, New Orleans, San Antonio, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Monterey, San Francisco, Detroit and Columbia. It is “Déjà vu all over again” with WRAL news read more

September 23, 2015 Birling Named International League Executive of the Year

Bulls General Manager Honored as League’s Top Executive for Second Time The International League has named Durham Bulls General Manager Mike Birling as 2015 Executive of the Year. Under his leadership, the Bulls set back-to-back single-season paid attendance records in read more

September 21, 2015 FOX 50 Staffer Become Queen of Scream

Sorority girls meet serial killers on a new FOX 50 show and the combination piqued the interest of FOX 50 Creative Services Assistant Clarke.  She turned her fan-dom into a way to help plug the program with a webcast of read more

Chocolate, Crickets and Radio

When you work for a broadcasting company, you never know what you’ll be asked to do.  Things at MIX 101.5 got a little Survivor-esque on Thursday, September 17, 2015, when Morning Show Producer Casey Tate made the rounds with chocolate read more

September 17, 2015 Happy Birthday Charlie Gaddy! 84 Years Young!

Charlie Gaddy (AKA The Silver Fox) was born in Biscoe, North Carolina, educated at Guildford College, served in the US Army, studied law and then was bitten by the “broadcast bug.” As the old phrase goes, “the rest is history.” read more