Station Tours - WNCT

Station Tours

If your group or organization is interested in a tour of WNCT-TV 9 ON YOUR SIDE and EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA'S CW studios or a visit to your school or organization from one of our 9 On Your Side News Team, here's what you need to know:

We conduct tours on Wednesday and Friday mornings beginning at 10am and Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning at 7pm.

Tours last approximately an hour.  However, the tour length is dependent on participation from a tour group.  For example, if more questions are asked by visiting tour participants, the tour may slightly exceed the scheduled hour.

During the tour, the group will visit the Production Control Room, where the newscast is produced and hear from a WNCT Director about the process.  The tour group also goes to the studio to see where the news is broadcast and usually meets with a Storm Team 9 meteorologist, who talks about preparing and presenting a forecast on TV and answers weather questions.

If you're interested in a tour or having a meteorologist come to your school to speak, please contact Marc Morriston, Marketing Director, via email at mmorriston@wnct.com or call 252.355.8500 during normal business hours to set up an appointment.

All appointments are on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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