As of September 2019, syndicated programs broadcast by WRC-TV include Access Hollywood, The Kelly Clarkson Show (both are produced by sister station KNBC ), and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, among others.Why did WRC change its name to WRC?
On October 18, 1954, the television station's callsign changed to the present WRC-TV to match its radio sisters. The new calls reflected NBC's ownership at the time by RCA. It has retained its "-TV" suffix to this day, nearly four decades after the radio stations were sold off and changed call letters.What is the difference between WRC and WZDC?
Under the agreement, WZDC shares WRC-TV's physical signal as a subchannel would, but exercises control over its part of the signal and retains its own virtual channel number and license. WZDC's virtual channel changed from 25.1 to 44.1 to avoid a conflict with WDVM-TV, which also occupies virtual channel 25.1.How many hours of newscasts does wwwrc broadcast each week?
WRC-TV presently broadcasts 45 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 7 hours, 35 minutes each weekday; three hours on Saturdays and five hours on Sundays).