WRAL.com honored as best Web site

Posted October 12, 2009

— WRAL.com accepted the national Edward R. Murrow Award for best Web site from the Radio-Television News Directors Association during a ceremony in New York on Monday.

The Web site was honored in the television large-market category.

WRAL News WRAL.com wins Edward R. Murrow Award

General Manager John Clark accepted the award during a ceremony at the Grand Hyatt New York.

The RTNDA has been presenting Edward R. Murrow Awards for outstanding achievements in electronic journalism since 1971.


This story is closed for comments.

Oldest First
View all
  • bonnnie Oct 13, 2009

    Good work guys. I visit your site daily and enjoy reading your articles.

  • ghimmy51 Oct 13, 2009

    Ok ok you guys do a good job and the site contains a LOT of information. That's why I still use it. I still wish somebody there could write and it could be more news oriented. Watch Edward R. Morrow's early work if you want to see journalism.

  • paddie Oct 13, 2009

    Congratulations! You are definitely the best I've seen. The N&O could take a few lessons from you! Heck they could take some lessons from the Fayetteville Observer!

  • jet2rdu Oct 13, 2009

    WRAL = Website's Really A Leader


  • turkeydance Oct 13, 2009

    +1 for protesthis above: once flash ads are disabled,
    WRAL.com loads quickly and really is the best in NC
    for "legacy media" homepages.

  • larieke Oct 13, 2009

    I agree, it's a great web site. Besides where else can you so liberaly express yourself.

  • allihaveleftischange Oct 13, 2009


  • hollylama Oct 13, 2009

    I'm with you hotlaps...proofreading is a must! I got docked plenty of points in school for not proofreading...

  • YoucanthandletheTRUTH Oct 13, 2009

    Yes, the best in NC as far as design and navigation. However, someone has got to read and re-read what is posted as news. Some things that aren't even news get posted and the grammatical errors plus spelling mistakes are awful!

  • MakoII Oct 13, 2009

    I DO wish that GOLO was easier to navigate. You are forced to go through the article to get to the forum. You can't go there directly, EVEN THOUGH the forums are posted.

    THAT could be improved.