Curtis Media Group

Curtis Media Group is a broadcast media company based in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. The company owns and operates several North Carolina radio stations and television networks.

Broadcast StationsEdit

Curtis Media Group owns and operates the following stations:



  • WPTF 680 AM (Raleigh, NC)
  • WPLW 570 AM (Raleigh, NC)
  • WGBR 1150 AM (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WFMC 730 AM (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WPCM 920 AM (Burlington, NC)
  • WPTK 850 AM (Raleigh, NC)
  • WSJS 600 AM (Winston-Salem, NC)
  • WSML 1200 AM (Graham, NC)
  • WMFR 1230 AM (High Point, NC)
  • WXIT 1200 AM (Blowing Rock, NC)
  • WATA 1450 AM (Boone, NC)
  • WECR 1130 AM (Newland, NC)
  • WCOG 1320 AM (Greensboro, NC)
  • WELS 1010 AM (Kinston, NC)
  • WSSG 1300 AM (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WNCT 1070 AM (Greenville, NC)


  • WQDR-FM 94.7 FM "947 QDR" (Raleigh, NC)
  • WBBB-FM 96.1 FM "Radio 96.1" (Raleigh, NC)
  • WWPL 96.9 FM "Pulse FM" (Goldsboro, NC)
  • WPLW-FM 102.5 FM "Pulse FM" (Hillsborough, NC)
  • WKIX-FM 102.9 FM "KIX 102.9" (Raleigh, NC)
  • WYMY 101.1 FM "La Ley 101.1 FM" (Burlington, NC)
  • WZKT 97.7 (Walnut Creek (Goldsboro), NC)
  • WMMY 106.1 FM (Jefferson, NC)
  • WWMY 102.3 FM (Beech Mountain, NC)
  • WZJS 100.7 FM (Banner Elk, NC)
  • WELS-FM 102.9 FM (Kinston, NC)
  • WMGV 103.3 FM (Newport, NC)
  • WXNR 99.5 FM (Grifton, NC)
  • WSFL 106.5 FM (New Bern, NC)
  • WIKS 101.9 FM (New Bern, NC)

Radio NetworksEdit

North Carolina News Network, broadcast news service for 75 affiliate stations in North Carolina; Triangle Traffic Network, traffic reporting service in the Raleigh Durham Metro; Southern Farm Network, agriculture reporting service for North and South Carolina; Triad Sports Network, sports programming in the Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem market



The company was founded in 1968 by Don Curtis as a cable TV provider. CMG is the largest privately held broadcast company in North Carolina, and claims that WQDR-FM is the highest-billing radio station in the state. Don Curtis formed a company, Inner Banks Broadcasting, in partnership with eastern North Carolina broadcaster Henry Hinton, which in 2006 purchased WMFR from CBS Radio, and simulcasts talk WSJS and WSML.[1]

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