Raleigh, North Carolina Current DISH Network Local Channels
|Station||Local Channel Number||DISH Channel Number|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM NBC-WNCN||17||8752|
|RALEIGH NBC-WNCN HD||17||6467|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM CW-WLFL||22||8754|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM IND-WRAY||30||8761|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM MNT-WRDC||28||8755|
|RALEIGH ABC-WTVD HD||11||6465|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM PBS-UNCTV HD||4||6469|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM ABC-WTVD||11||8750|
|RALEIGH FOX-WRAZ HD||50||6468|
|RALEIGH CBS-WRAL HD||5||6466|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM FOX-WRAZ||50||6468|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM PBS-WUNC||4||8756|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM CBS-WRAL||5||6466|
|RALEIGH – DURHAM UNVSN-WUVC||40||8757|
Raleigh is the capital city of the state of North Carolina located in Wake County
and is the second largest city in North Carolina. According to the U.S. Census
Bureau, the city’s estimated population on July 1, 2008 was 401,552, over
an area of 114.6 square miles, making Raleigh the 8th fastest growing city and
the 45th largest city in the United States. Due to the abundance of oak tree
Raleigh is also know as “the city of oaks”.
Raleigh Media Breakdown:
There are several newspapers and periodicals in the Raleigh area:
The News & Observer, The Raleigh Telegram, New Raleigh and the The
Carolinian, North Carolina’s oldest and largest African-American newspaper
published twice weekly are among the most popular newspapers in the area.
Raleigh Radio Stations
Raleigh public radio and listener supported radio stations include: WKNC-FM
(College rock), WSHA-FM (Jazz), operated by Shaw University, WCPE-FM
(Classical), WUNC-FM (National Public Radio, North Carolina Public Radio)
Raleigh TV Stations
Raleigh has the 28th largest broadcast television market in the United States.
The following are TV stations relevant to the Raleigh area:
WUNC-TV (4, PBS), WRAL-TV (5, CBS ), WTVD (11, ABC), WNCN-TV (17, NBC), WLFL-TV
(22, CW), WRDC (28, MyNetworkTV), WRAY-TV (30, Independent/Jewelry TV), WUVC-TV
(40, Univision), WRAZ-TV (50, Fox), WAUG-TV (68, Independent station).
DISH Network in Raleigh, North Carolina
city in the state. Raleigh is known as the “City of Oaks” for its many
oak trees. The city’s estimated population on November 22, 2010 was 426,708,
over an area of 142.8 square miles, making Raleigh currently the 45th largest city
in the United States. The city of Raleigh is named after Sir Walter Raleigh.DISH
Network in Raleigh is dedicated to delivering the best local programming including
news broadcasts, weather reports, nationally televised sports, and original shows in
the local area.
Raleigh Broadcast TV available from DISH Network is part of the
Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville Designated Market Area, the 25th largest broadcast
television market in the United States. The following stations are licensed to
Raleigh and/or have significant operations and viewers in the city: WUNC-TV
– (PBS), WRAL-TV – (5, CBS), WTVD – (11, ABC), WNCN-TV –
(17, NBC), WLFL-TV – (22, CW), WRDC – (28, MyNetworkTV), WRAY-TV
– (30, Independent/Jewelry TV), WUVC-TV (40, Univision), WRAZ-TV –
(50, Fox), WAUG-TV – (68, Independent station).
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