WAUG DTV Ch. 8 & TWC Ch. 168
WAUG TV formally known as TV 68 now known as DTV8/TWC Ch.168 originated in 1988 for the purpose of creating computer graphics for community announcements for the residents of Raleigh. Today, WAUG is a commercial television station that has expanded its services such as commercial & television production, digital editing, graphics, and offers a state-of the-art studio facility for production and rental. More recently, WAUG TV enhanced its signal on Time Warner Cable channel 168 and provides a variety of television programming. The station also provides a medium to air student documentaries produced by the Film and Theatre Department of Saint Augustine’s University. WAUG TV is a fully operational commercial station owned and operated by Saint Augustine’s University and is proud of its rich history as the first Historically Black College and University in the country to operate a commercial radio and television station. WAUG television reaches over 385,000 households in 20 counties on the Time Warner Cable System including the Raleigh/Durham, Cumberland/Fayetteville, Wilson, Johnston, Harnett, Lee, Halifax, Franklin, Person, Warren, Orange, Chatham, North Hampton, Moore, Hoke, Wayne, Granville, Vance and Roberson, including Florence/Myrtle Beach, SC.
Power 750 AM
WAUG Radio has serviced the Raleigh/Durham community since 1987 broadcasting at 500 khz within the 43rd largest radio market in the nation. WAUG is a commercial radio station covering Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, including Johnston, Orange and Franklin counties. WAUG 750AM is “North Carolina's Urban Talk Station” offering programming and advertising opportunities to strengthen and inform its audience on local and national topics.
WAUG targets adult listeners and consumers who enjoy great talk radio. WAUG 750AM offers local and syndicated programs that provide information,inspiration and empowerment. WAUG 750AM is proud to offer a variety of talk and sports programming including syndicated broadcasts of “Keepin It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton” and “The Warren Ballentine Show” In addition each weekday from 8-9 a.m., WAUG airs “The 411 on Power 750", a local program focused on community topics. Each Thursday from 4-5 p.m. listen to “Make it Happen” featuring Columnist and Chief Reporter for The Carolinian Newspaper, Cash Michaels.
WAUG 750AM is also the home of outstanding sports programs: “Mo Monday’s” hosted by 2010 CIAA Announcer of the Year Maurice “Big Mo” Stanfield Monday's from 4-6 p.m. Washington Redskins Fans can follow all the football action for live pre-game and in game coverage of the Washington Redskins games on Power 750AM WAUG.
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