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Broadcast areaRobeson County
HeadquartersPembroke, North Carolina
OwnerUniversity of North Carolina at Pembroke
Former namesWPSU-TV

WNCP-TV (formerly known as WPSU-TV) is a cable-only television station owned by the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. It is available on campus and via Charter Spectrum in Robeson County.


WNCP-TV offers various programming for its viewers.

  • Carolina News Today (formerly WNCP News) - A weekly, student produced news show that covers topics from campus events to national news. Airs live on Fridays at 10:30 a.m.
  • WNCP Sports - Live airings of the sports at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Currently includes wrestling and men & women's basketball games.
  • Academe Today - WNCP's eclectic, educational talk show hosted by Dr. Bruce Ezell of the UNCP Department of Biology.
  • Picture of Health - Ann Stephens discusses advances in health care at Southeastern Regional Medical Center.
  • Superintendent's Office - Produced by Public Schools of Robeson County.
  • RCC Today - What's new at Robeson Community College.

Podcasts/RSS Feeds[edit]

Several shows are available as podcasts via iTunes, iPodder, or directly from WNCP-TV's Subscribe page.

Past Programming[edit]

  • Trailer Trash - Comedic review of movie trailers and commentary on Hollywood, with a heavy emphasis on comedic skits involving recurring characters in later seasons. Co-produced by Matt Heckel and Andra Hale. Was the station's number one rated show during its three seasons.
  • Broadcast Now - 30 minute sitcom about what happens behind the scenes of a student ran TV news show. Produced, Written, and Directed by co-star Jules Forde. Due to its language, sexual humor, and depictions of drug and alcohol use, it was the most controversial show in WNCP-TV's history.
  • On the Come Up - Student-produced program, showcasing up and coming music artists.
  • Cafe Olé - Mature student produced comedy. Produced by Kyle Orozovich.
  • The Electric Monkey Factory - Student produced comedy show. (1991-1996) Featuring skits and music videos. First half-hour show of its type produced at WNCP-TV. Founded by students Tripp Culbreth, Michael Joyner and John Field.
  • Unleashed - Student produced program, showcasing local bands and musicians (similar to MTV Unplugged)
  • One Mic - A stand-up comedy show showcasing local comedians. Produced by Andra Hale and Dennis Douglas Jr.

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