Technical problems with live video streams


The transmission of live video to the Web is a complex technical process that involves not only cameras and microphones but satellites, web servers and even the weather. A problem at any step along the way could lead the video to "drop," like a phone call or could result in less than optimum quality.

When we stream video, WRAL engineers are monitoring the feed to bring you the maximum possible quality at any given moment.

If you encounter a problem with the sound or video reception, rest assured that we archive key video segments in the Video Central section on You can watch any live video from the last 30 days in the archive.

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