Maureen O'Boyle on WBTV’s new set for newscasts. It was unveiled in February 2015 and was cited by a station executive as one of the reasons Channel 3 has gained against rival WSOC.
Maureen O'Boyle on WBTV’s new set for newscasts. It was unveiled in February 2015 and was cited by a station executive as one of the reasons Channel 3 has gained against rival WSOC. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Maureen O'Boyle on WBTV’s new set for newscasts. It was unveiled in February 2015 and was cited by a station executive as one of the reasons Channel 3 has gained against rival WSOC. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
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