Today may have been the last day of the Eyecon One Tree Hill Convention, but that didn't stop fans from packing the Wilmington Convention Center for one last day of fun.
If you've ever been annoyed by a blaring TV commercial, you have a reason to calm down. A law goes into effect today to balance the volume on those loud ads.
The cast and crew of the new TV pilot "Witches of East End" set up shop at Market and Water Streets today.
Police were on hand to direct traffic as crews staged a car accident.
The Supreme Court has thrown out fines and sanctions against broadcasters who violated the Federal Communications Commission policy regulating curse words and nudity on broadcast television.
A House committee has voted to prohibit North Carolina death row inmates from watching television, although the warden for the condemned prisoners warned removing the TVs could increase violence at Central Prison.
Dick Clark, the television host who helped bring rock 'n' roll into the mainstream on "American Bandstand," has died. He was 82.
Most people weighing in on a sports blackout rule are urging the Federal Communications Commission to scrap it.
Step away from the remote. At least, you'll be able to do that next December. That's when new rules go into effect that should make your television watching experience a little quieter.
Emmy-winning character actor Harry Morgan, whose portrayal Col. Potter on television's "M*A*S*H" highlighted a long show-business career, has died. He was 96.
"One Tree Hill" is not the only locally-produced show that will be on TV this fall. ABC has picked up "Revenge," which shot its pilot earlier this year in the Cape Fear, and you can watch it right here on WWAY. The network has slotted the show to air on Wednesdays at 10 p.m.