March 19, 2015 The Sports Fan Meets The Sportscaster

Five ACC basketball teams have been selected to advance to the big dance, better known as the NCAA Basketball Tournament. The perennial cream of the ACC tobacco road crop includes UNC, Duke, NC State, Virginia and the new geographical interloper, read more

March 12, 2015 Goodbye Film. Hello ENG.

In the beginning there was film, the format that ruled the world of television news in the 1950s and 60s. It was news film that captured the Civil Rights movement, the Kennedy assassinations and the war in Vietnam. But in read more

February 26, 2015 Free the Ikegami

In 1982, the relationship between the governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and America was in a deep freeze. The Berlin Wall remained as a visual reminder that an “Iron Curtain” divided Europe into two separate ideological read more

February 19, 2015 Seeburg to MicroSPACE…the Final Frontier

“In the broadcasting business, our competition comes from a rapid change in technology.” –Jim Goodmon, CEO of Capitol Broadcasting Company Reading through CBC History is a bit like leafing through Broadcasting Magazine and Popular Science at the same time. CBC read more

February 16, 2015 Bulls Announce Creation of New Food and Beverage Company

Bull City Hospitality Assumes Control of Ballpark’s Concessions Operation; Job Fair on February 21 to Fill Numerous Seasonal Concessions Positions The Durham Bulls recently announced the formation of Bull City Hospitality, a new company that will manage the food and read more

February 12, 2015 VTRs, TCRs, Quads, etc.

“If someone comes to me and says, ‘I’ve got this device,’ I then ask: ‘One, does it give us a better look on the air? Two, is it more reliable? Three, is it cost-efficient?’ If it doesn’t serve one of read more

February 9, 2015 American Underground Honored with TBJ Real Estate Award

American Tobacco has another award to add to its collection.  American Underground won the honor for Economic Development for Existing Industry in the Triangle Business Journal’s 2015 Real Estate Awards. “Since its inception in a basement-level office at the American read more

February 5, 2015 Give Us 18 Minutes, We’ll Give You the World

“I was cable before cable was cool.” Ted Turner, May 1982. Turner, aka “Mouth of the South,” founder of Cable News Network – CNN, was tooting his horn at the National Cable Television Association convention in Las Vegas. However, a read more