DMA 23: CHARLOTTE, NC

WSOC Adds Damany Lewis As Weekday Anchor

DMA 22: CHARLOTTE, NC

WCNC Reporter Glenn Counts Moves To WSOC

DMA 22

Charlotte Sweeps: WSOC Squeaks Ahead Of WBTV

DMA 22: CHARLOTTE, NC)

WSOC Adding Telemundo Subchannel

The Cox-owned ABC affiliate in Charlotte, N.C., will launch a Spanish subchannel this summer carrying programming from the Telemundo network. Telemundo Charlotte will air on ch. 9.2. Laff, the comedy diginet currently at that dial position, will move to ch. 64.4 of co-owned independent WAXN.

DMA 22

Charlotte Sweep: WSOC Gains In News Ratings

DMA 22

Reporter Jenna Deery Leaving WSOC Charlotte

DMA 22

Charlotte Meteorologist Innocent Of Assaulting Wife

DMA 22: CHARLOTTE, NC

WSOC Meteorologist Ahrens Arrested For Assault

DMA 22

Doug Mayes, Charlotte TV News Pioneer, Dies At 93

MARKET SHARE WITH PAUL GREELEY

WSOC Charlotte Shares Latest Promos

DMAS 24 & 1

WSOC Anchor Natalie Pasquarella Joining WNBC

DMAS 7, 8, 14, 18, 22, 24 & 64

Cox To Carry Laff Diginet In Seven Markets

Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Charlotte and Dayton are the latest additions to the Katz Broadcasting network that debuts on April 15.

DMA 24 (CHARLOTTE, NC)

WSOC Names Michelle Harper GSM

Cox Media Group moves her from its independent WAXN Charlotte, N.C., to its ABC affiliate in the market. She succeeds Paul Briggs, who became VP-GM of CMG’s WHBQ Memphis late last year.

DMA 24 (CHARLOTTE, NC)

WSOC Adds Anchor-Reporter Stephanie Maxwell

MARKET SHARE

New News Promos From Five Markets

DMA 25

WSOC Charlotte Chopper Helps In Manhunt

DMA 25 (CHARLOTTE, NC)

WSOC Anchor Running For Congress

Longtime WSOC Charlotte, N.C., reporter and anchor Vince Coakley said Tuesday he’s running for the 12th Congressional District seat left vacant by Mel Watt’s resignation to take a federal appointment. The first Republican to announce for the race, the 48-year-old Coakley joins a number of Democrats who have said they’ll seek the office.

DMA 25

WSOC Runs Correction About Racy Yearbook Pic

DIGITAL DMAS (25)

Charlotte Media Diverge On Social Strategy

In Charlotte, N.C., media players are prepping for September’s Democratic National Convention and bulking up their social and mobile offerings. While The Charlotte Observer is the market’s top player, three TV sites — WCNC.com, WSOCtv.com and WBTV.com — are scrapping for prominence in a city where players differ sharply on how to use social media to drive traffic.

DMAS 5 (DALLAS) & 25 (CHARLOTTE, NC)

KDFW Reporter Peter Daut Leaves For WSOC

DMA 25 (CHARLOTTE, NC)

Former WSOC Reporter Ken Ward Dies At 44

DMA 24

Woman With Gun At WSOC In Custody

No one was taken hostage or injured after a woman put a gun to her head in the lobby of Cox Media’s ABC affiliate in Charlotte, N.C., last evening.