PBS North Carolina

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PBS North Carolina is the statewide PBS network affiliate for North Carolina, owned by the University of North Carolina. It went on the air on January 8, 1955 via its flagship station WUNC-TV in Chapel Hill as an NET affiliate. In the 1970s it adopted the name UNC-TV (short for "University of North Carolina Television") and became a PBS affiliate in 1970. Overtime since its launch it would sign on more transmitters to cover all of North Carolina. On January 12, 2021, it rebranded to PBS North Carolina.

(January 12, 2021- )

Logo: TBA

Technique: Similar to UNC-TV's final logo.

Music/Sounds: Same as UNC-TV's final logo.

Availability: Brand new. It might plaster older UNC-TV logos.

PBS North Carolina
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