Name: The CW Charlotte WCCB
Call Sign: WCCB
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Genre: Local News, Entertainment
Website: The CW Charlotte Homepage
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Charlotte WCCB’s rating of 9.2 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. It offers live streaming of its news broadcasts along with a video collection, where viewers can watch the day’s news on demand. The website is straightforward with easy to follow navigation that is free of clutter. Additionally, the video quality is high. More about our rating method.
The CW Charlotte is owned by Bahakel Communications. It is an affiliate of the network CW network, and it is one of only three CW stations in the Eastern US that has its own, stand-alone news department. Charlotte WCCB tends to focus its original news coverage on local issues during the traditional morning, mid-day, evening and late-night news slots. To fill in the rest of its broadcasting schedule, the station airs national programs provided by CW, like My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and The Vampire Diaries.
Check out how The CW Charlotte WCCB compares to other local stations in the Charlotte area.
The CW Charlotte has a public information file maintained by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). To go directly to WCCB’s FCC file, click the FCC button above.
The FCC’s station profile will contain important information about Charlotte WCCB that falls within the public domain. For example, it may disclose such details as political advertisement time the station has sold (or given away), ownership particulars, or pending applications for programming changes.
To see the opportunities available at The CW Charlotte, from internships and entry-level jobs up to high-ranking roles, click the Jobs button above. Given the diversity of positions the organization needs to operate successfully, there are usually several openings.
If you’re a public relations rep, you may want to mail some promotional materials to the station or get in touch with a specific member of its team. If you’re a curious viewer, you might be interested in arranging a tour of the station’s facilities. In either case, in addition to the contact info above, here are some more ways to get in touch—
By mail: 1 Television Pl Charlotte, NC 28205-7098. Phone: 704-372-1800. Fax: 704-632-7540. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org