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Steve Kabelowsky

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Media is bombarding us everywhere.

Instead of sheltering his brain from the onslaught, Steve embraces the news stories, entertainment, billboards, blogs, talk shows and everything in between.

The former writer, editor and producer in TV, radio, Web and newspapers, will be talking about what media does in our community and how it shapes who we are and what we do.

Recent Articles
 Movies & TV - December 19, 2014
 Time Warner Cable launches new WiFi at General Mitchell airport
 Time Warner Cable customers who do a lot of travel - especially by way of General Mitchell airport here in the city - may want to check out the new roaming Internet access service.
 Movies & TV - December 18, 2014
 "Maleficent" puts an outstanding twist on original "Sleeping Beauty"
 When "Maleficent" had its box office run, this live action adaptation re-imagined for the big screen brought in more than $700 million worldwide.
 Movies & TV - December 17, 2014
 Animal Planet's "Treehouse Masters" swings in with new season
 One program that has been successful, stayed true to reality TV and centers around projects is "Treehouse Masters" on Animal Planet. The third season will start on Jan. 9 at 9 p.m.
 Movies & TV - December 16, 2014
 Art direction, classic characters drive storytelling in "Sleeping Beauty"
 When I think of a true Disney movie, I think of "Sleeping Beauty." It is a pinnacle achievement from the animation studio's golden era.
 Movies & TV - December 15, 2014
 "Agent Carter," "Mike and Molly" lead replacement shows
 As the holidays tend to take us away from the TV screen, the major networks put regular series on pause. It means that most serial programs will end with a mid-season finale and come back in the new year with more episodes in spring.
 Movies & TV - December 14, 2014
 "Guardians of the Galaxy" Blu-ray is simply stunning
 "Guardians of the Galaxy," taking the same comic book universe of "The Avengers" to the stars, was a gamble for Marvel and Disney, but was one that was worth the effort as proven by its huge international box office take.
 Movies & TV - December 12, 2014
 Local basketball, Mike Tyson return to cable TV
 Time Warner Cable SportsChannel has been covering high school sports at different levels of competition around Milwaukee for years. This winter sports season is no different as teams from both the Green Bay and Milwaukee markets will be featured.
 Movies & TV - December 10, 2014
 "Sing-Off" a cappella groups, "Dancing" stars come to Riverside
 For the second year, many of the groups from the TV show will go out on the national "The Sing-Off Live! Tour." Already booked are VoicePlay from season four and Street Corner Symphony from season two. The March 28 show at the Riverside is one of 55 stops the TV show tour will make in 2015.
 Movies & TV - December 8, 2014
 Live "Peter Pan" performance didn't live up to expectations
 Last year, Carrie Underwood led a cast of musical theater performers in a production of the "Sound of Music Live!," that not only delivered a change in the normal programming, but it also drew in a large audience. NBC attempted to recapture the magic with "Peter Pan Live!" last week, and despite all the fairy dust in the world, it barely got off the ground.
 Movies & TV - December 5, 2014
 NBC contest show seeks new talent
 It's a loaded question as most people have their own sense of what "talent" means. The producers of "America's Got Talent" want to see whatever it means ... and want people from the Milwaukee market to take them up on the opportunity to win a slot on the show.

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