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Movies & TV - Nov. 26, 2014
Viewers have low-cost options for TV channels
Over-the-air television can be a foreign concept for some nowadays. Yet, technology has advanced with antenna systems that can pull in HD signals for free.
Movies & TV - Nov. 24, 2014
TV stations buck networks to run Obama's immigration speech
When word of the national address became known, local TV stations were able to make the decision to carry the broadcast or to let it go. WISN-TV Ch. 12, an ABC affiliate, was the only local station to carry Obama's address.
Movies & TV - Nov. 21, 2014
Billboard music charts finally count streams, sales in the digital world
Billboard will change the formula used to create its Billboard 200 albums chart. That means the music industry will have to change its tactics if it still uses the chart to determine success.
Movies & TV - Nov. 19, 2014
WDJT-TV CBS 58, Hunger Task Force and Brewers team up for food drive
On Nov. 26, the three organizations will host the "Thanksgiving Drive Thru Food Drive" at Miller Park. Food can be dropped off at Helfaer Field - the Little League diamond -- at Miller Park between 4:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Movies & TV - Nov. 17, 2014
Time Warner Cable SportsChannel adds UW-Milwaukee games
Late last week, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel announced it will broadcast more than a dozen University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee basketball games during the 2014-15 season. The broadcast schedule will feature nine men's and five women's games.
Movies & TV - Nov. 16, 2014
"The Lost Missions" uncovered in new "Star Wars: Clone Wars" Blu-ray
"The Lost Missions" is considered Season 6 of the franchise, which aired on Disney XD and was available on iTunes. This two-disc collection is a great example why "The Clone Wars" won honors as an Outstanding Special Class Animated Program and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation in 2014.
Movies & TV - Nov. 14, 2014
"Cars" world rolls on in "Planes: Fire & Rescue"
The world of "Cars" created by Pixar continues to roll as Disney's "Planes: Fire & Rescue" landed on store shelves earlier this month.
Movies & TV - Nov. 13, 2014
Reporter claims "public schools suck" while accepting Emmy for school story
For Meghan Dwyer, an investigative reporter at WITI-TV Fox 6, her reaction was a little different when she picked up an Emmy for a story on bullying called "Scared at School."
Movies & TV - Nov. 12, 2014
Culture, tradition come alive on "Folk Fair Celebration"
Recorded at last year's 70th Holiday Folk Fair International, MPTV's "Folk Fair Celebration" will entertain and inform as it brings the atmosphere of the best international bazaar in Wisconsin to television.
Movies & TV - Nov. 11, 2014
Four stations running in dead heat for next 10 p.m. ratings crown
With the main November sweep going on right now, at a time without Thursday Night Football games on CBS or World Series baseball on Fox, it will be interesting to see which station will pull forward for the next ratings win.
Kids & Family - Nov. 7, 2014
Discovery World spotlights STEM
Discovery World hosts the sixth annual Time Warner Cable STEMfest on the lake shore from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Movies & TV - Nov. 7, 2014
Artists, video gamers raise funds for local charities
A 24-hour video game marathon, and a separate silent auction will help raise funds for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin.
Movies & TV - Nov. 5, 2014
Who's first with Christmas music this year? It is already on the air
During the day on Saturday, the Milwaukee Radio Alliance, flipped the figurative switch to launch into holiday mode, taking its WZTI-AM 1290 and going around the clock with Christmas music.
Movies & TV - Nov. 4, 2014
Fox News' Mike Tobin covers Wisconsin race for national audience
Mike Tobin, a reporter with Fox News, touched down in Green Bay on Monday and traveled to Milwaukee on Tuesday to cover Wisconsin races for the national news outlet.
Movies & TV - Nov. 3, 2014
Local television stations prepped for election coverage
From Monday, throughout the day on Tuesday and into the morning hours of Wednesday, we will see the best political coverage the market has to offer.
Movies & TV - Oct. 31, 2014
"One Starry Christmas" kicks off Hallmark countdown
One of the outlets that does Christmas well, is the Hallmark Channel, where the ratings have proven that many, many Americans tune in for the season. Part of that programing has been family-based programming, including the movies that are a part of the "Countdown to Christmas." Kicking off the season is "One Starry Christmas," that will air at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Movies & TV - Oct. 31, 2014
Election coverage will dominate national airwaves
Across the country, a number of the higher-profile races - including the run for Wisconsin governor between Scott Walker and Mark Burke - will be part of the larger election coverage on Tuesday night on the national cable news outlets.
Movies & TV - Oct. 29, 2014
Wisconsin sports film effort highlights the state of mind
Welcome to "Stadium of Mind," a crowdfunded effort to make a feature film in Wisconsin. "What we'd like to do is tell the next `Rudy' or `Miracle' in Wisconsin," said Jeremy Richter, CEO of Richter Studios and graduate of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Movies & TV - Oct. 27, 2014
Chad Rook storms onto "The Flash"
Chad Rook, who plays the "Weather Wizard" on CW's "The Flash," was one of the special guests at Fantasticon, Milwaukee's first comic con that took place last weekend at the Ramada and Crowne Plaza near Mitchell Field. On Sunday, he shared a story about visiting conventions.
Movies & TV - Oct. 27, 2014
Fantasticon programs, panels educate fans
Part and parcel of a convention is the programs - panel discussions, lectures, question and answer sessions and other various presentations people sit though. This is true for business conferences as much as it is for comic cons. That held true at Fantasticon, the three-day event at the Crowne Plaza and the Ramada off of College Avenue.
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