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D.J. Stout knew exactly what he was looking for; he just didn’t know where he’d find it.

Charlotte native Larry Mims shot up fast through the radio ranks and has one of the top jobs in town.

In May, news executives were reminded of ban on photos in hallway. On Friday, six media outlets, including the Observer, shot outside a courtroom.

Bill Whitaker was beginning to wonder whether anyone would give him a job. Then he got a call from a station in North Carolina.

Charlotte’s contemporary Christian radio station WRCM-FM (“New Life” 91.9) is to be taken over by a California religious broadcaster under an agreement announced Monday.

You can say that Steve Smith has a special relationship with WFNZ-AM (“Fan” 610).

New owner has heritage connections to North Carolina

Marshall Terry was an intern out of Appalachian State University when he came to Charlotte’s WFAE-FM (90.7) in 2007. He’s been the interim host on the morning show, and now moves up to permanent host.

You probably knew or suspected much of what is in a UNC-TV special about how North Carolina developed its transportation web – how highways followed old buffalo trails and Indian paths, why the state was so backward when it came to developing roads, how the state’s unnavigable, shallow rivers put it at a disadvantage compared with its neighbors.

PRN president Doug Rice says Venturini has incredible knowledge of stock car racing and is ready for a Sprint Cup broadcast.

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Mark Washburn
Mark Washburn writes television and radio commentary for The Charlotte Observer.