WBTV is the CBS-affiliated television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 23 (virtual channel 3.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in north-central Gaston County. As one of two flagship stations of owner Raycom Media
WSOC-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 34 (virtual channel 9.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in the Newell-Hickory Grove area, just outside Charlotte’s northeastern city limits. WSOC is owned by Cox Enterprises
WCNC-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 22 (virtual channel 36.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in north-central Gaston County, North Carolina. WCNC is owned by Belo
WCCB is the Fox-affiliated television station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 27 (virtual channel 18.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Newell, an unincorporated area of Mecklenburg County just northeast of the Charlotte city limits. As the flagship station of owner Bahakel Communications
WAXN-TV is an Independent television station for Charlotte, North Carolina that is licensed to Kannapolis. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 50 from a transmitter near Reedy Creek Park in the Newell section of Charlotte. Owned by Cox Enterprises, the station is sister to ABC affiliate WSOC-TV
WTVI is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member public television station based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The station broadcasts on digital channel 11 (virtual channel 42). It is the only public television station in North and South Carolina that is not operated by UNC-TV nor SCETV, and one of three serving Charlotte (UNC-TV’s WUNG and SCETV’s WNSC-TV are the others). Owned by Central Piedmont Community College, its studio is located in the Chantilly-Commonwealth section of east Charlotte, while its transmitter is located in the northeastern portion of the city.
UNC-TV has a written strategic plan that is a public document, which includes this mission statement: Television has the power to change lives. Public Television has the responsibility to change lives for the better: a child far from urban resources is inspired to become a scientist, a high school dropout earns a GED, a homebound senior remains connected to the world of arts and culture, the family of an Alzheimer’s patient finds strength and support. UNC-TV’s unique programs and public media services provide people of all ages with enriching, life-changing television.
The Charlotte Observer, serving Charlotte, North Carolina and its metro area, is the largest newspaper, in terms of circulation, in North Carolina and South Carolina. It is owned by The McClatchy Company.
American City Business Journals is an American newspaper chain based in Charlotte, North Carolina, owned by Advance Publications. It has a range of media including 40 primary metropolitan weekly publications, which reach 4 million readers with business community related news, and The Business Journals, which has daily news from those newspapers and other business news and information.
Creative Loafing Charlotte is the go-to source for all things arts and entertainment in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area of North Carolina, including music, film, visual and performing arts, dining, style, sex and love, as well the region’s most fearless, hard-hitting news stories. Founded in 1987, CL has made an indelible mark in the Charlotte market by emphasizing quality writing, solid reporting, sharp criticism and the most complete events listings in the area. CL distributes more than 47,000 copies of its print edition each Thursday to more than 1,300 locations and reaches more than 276,000 readers.