Curtis Media Group

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Curtis Media Group is a broadcast media company based in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. The company owns and operates several North Carolina radio stations and four radio networks.

Broadcast Stations[edit]

Curtis Media Group owns and operates the following stations:

Radio[edit]

AM[edit]

  • WPTF 680 AM (Raleigh, NC)
  • WFNL 570 AM (Raleigh, NC)
  • WGBR 1150 AM (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WFMC 730 AM (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WPCM 920 AM (Burlington, NC)
  • WPTK 850 AM (Raleigh, NC)
  • WSJS 600 AM (Winston-Salem, NC)
  • WSML 1200 AM (Graham, NC)
  • WMFR 1230 AM (High Point, NC)
  • WXIT 1200 AM (Blowing Rock, NC)
  • WATA 1450 AM (Boone, NC)
  • WECR 1130 AM (Newland, NC)
  • WCOG 1320 AM (Greensboro, NC)

FM[edit]

  • WQDR-FM 94.7 FM "947 QDR" (Raleigh, NC)
  • WBBB-FM 96.1 FM "Radio 96.1" (Raleigh, NC)
  • WWPL 96.9 FM "Pulse FM" (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WPLW 102.5 FM "Pulse FM" (Hillsborough, NC)
  • WKIX-FM 102.9 FM "KIX 102.9" (Raleigh, NC)
  • WYMY 101.1 FM "La Ley 101.1 FM" (Burlington, NC)
  • WZKT 97.7 (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WMMY 106.1 FM (Jefferson, NC)
  • WWMY 102.3 FM (Beech Mountain, NC)
  • WZJS 100.7 FM (Banner Elk, NC)
  • WELS-FM 102.9 FM (Kinston, NC)

Radio Networks[edit]

North Carolina News Network, broadcast news service for 75 affiliate stations in North Carolina; Triangle Traffic Network, traffic reporting service in the Raleigh Durham Metro; Southern Farm Network, agriculture reporting service for North and South Carolina; Triad Sports Network, sports programming in the Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem market

Internet[edit]

History[edit]

The company was 1968 Founded by Don Curtis as a Cable TV provider and started WCSL in Cherryville, NC and it is the largest privately held broadcast company in North Carolina. CMG claims that WQDR is the highest-billing radio station in the state. Don Curtis has also formed a company with eastern North Carolina broadcaster Henry Hinton called "Inner Banks Broadcasting".The company purchased WMFR and talk simulcasts WSJS and WSML in 2006 from CBS Radio.[1]

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