Newspapers and Magazines
Raleigh's daily (morning) newspaper is The News and Observer. About nine weekly and semimonthly newspapers are published there, including Triangle Business Journal, The Independent, and The Carolinian, an African American community newspaper. Nearly 30 magazines are published in Raleigh, including Carolina Country; Balanced Life Center; North Carolina Historical Review; Social Science Computer Review, published by Duke University Press; and a host of others focusing on agriculture, religion, Southern women, toy collectors, and assorted professions.
Television and Radio
Eighteen television stations broadcast in Raleigh, five of which are affiliated with the major networks. Thirty-three radio stations broadcast from the area, offering programming such as Top Forty, country, classical, religious, Hispanic, and jazz.
Media Information: The News and Observer, 215 South McDowell Street, PO Box 191, Raleigh, NC 27602; telephone (919)829-4500
City of Raleigh home page. Available www.raleigh-nc.org
Greater Raleigh Convention & Visitors Bureau. Available www.raleighcvb.org
The News and Observer. Available www.news-observer.com
Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. Available www.raleighchamber.org
Wake County Public Libraries. Available www.co.wake.nc.us/library
Wake County Public Schools. Available www.wcpss.net
Gaddy, Charlie, Celebrating a Triangle Millenium (Memphis, Tenn.: Towery Publishing, 1999)
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