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1979 Edit

Sign on Edit

Good morning, everyone. This is WRAL Television, channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina, inviting you to join us as we begin a new week of telecasting. This station is owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc., offices and studios are at 2619 Western Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina, and transmitter is at Auburn, North Carolina, transmitting 100,000 watts visual and 20,000 watts aural circular polarization. Our studio to transmitter visual link is KIW-46, and aural link KUI-78. WRAL-TV's broadcast signal is copyrighted and may not be reproduced by anyone without written consent of Capitol Broadcasting Company.

Sign-off Edit

1982 WRAL Channel 5 Day of Service Sign Off with National Anthem

1982 WRAL Channel 5 Day of Service Sign Off with National Anthem

This concludes another day of service by WRAL Television, channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina. This station is owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc., with studios and offices at 2619 Western Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina, and with transmitter at Auburn, North Carolina, transmitting 100,000 watts visual and 20,000 watts aural circular polarization. Our studio to transmitter visual link is KIW-46, and aural link KUI-78. As we conclude this day of service to the heartland of North Carolina and Southside Virginia, the management and staff of WRAL television very much appreciate your interest, and wish for you and yours a very pleasant good night. And now ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

1988-89Edit

Sign-on Edit

Good morning, everyone. This is WRAL Television, channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina, inviting you to join us as we begin a new week of telecasting. This station is owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. Offices and studios are at 2619 Western Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina. Transmitter is located at Auburn, North Carolina, transmitting 100,000 watts visual and 50,000 watts aural circular polarization. Studio to transmitter visual link is KIW-46. WRAL-TV's broadcast signal is copyrighted and may not be reproduced by anyone without written consent of Capitol Broadcasting Company.

Sign-off Edit

WRAL-TV 5, Raleigh NC Sign-Off 1989

WRAL-TV 5, Raleigh NC Sign-Off 1989

This concludes another day of service by WRAL Television, channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina. This station is owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc., with studios and offices at 2619 Western Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina, and with transmitter at Auburn, North Carolina, transmitting 100,000 watts visual and 50,000 watts aural circular polarization. Our studio to transmitter visual link is KIW-46. As we conclude this day of service to the heartland of North Carolina and Southside Virginia, the management and staff of WRAL television very much appreciate your interest, and wish for you and yours a very pleasant good night. And now ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.

1993 Edit

Sign on Edit

Good morning, everyone. This is WRAL Television, channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina, inviting you to join us as we begin a new week of telecasting. This station is owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc., offices and studios are at 2619 Western Boulevard, Raleigh, North Carolina. Transmitter is located at Auburn, North Carolina. WRAL-TV's broadcast signal is copyrighted and may not be reproduced by anyone without written consent of Capitol Broadcasting Company.

Sign-off Edit

WRAL-TV Channel 5, Raleigh, NC Sign-off from Summer 1993

WRAL-TV Channel 5, Raleigh, NC Sign-off from Summer 1993

This concludes another day of service by WRAL Television, channel 5, in Raleigh, North Carolina. This station is owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc., with studios and offices at 2619 Western Boulevard, Raleigh, North Carolina. Transmitter located at Auburn, North Carolina. As we conclude this day of service to the heartland of North Carolina and Southside Virginia, the management and staff of WRAL television very much appreciate your interest, and wish for you and yours to have a very pleasant good night. And now ladies and gentlemen, our national anthem.