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Articles tagged with 'msnbc'


Election coverage will dominate national airwaves

Published Oct. 31, 2014

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.


Reaction to Journal Sentinel's new editor shows liberal bias

Published May 14, 2013

The Journal Sentinel just hired someone named David Paulsen to be its new Breaking News Editor. Paulsen comes to the paper after stints as a reporter in Wausau and Poughkeepsie, N. Y. and two years at Fox News. Well, when the announcement was made the cries from staffers in the newsroom in Downtown Milwaukee could be heard throughout the civilized world.


OnMedia: The Packers' other score

Published Jan. 24, 2011

The Packers win in our living rooms ... Oprah's big secret has a Milwaukee connection ... Keith Olbermann's MSNBC swan song.


MSNBC touts "Milwaukee's best"

Published Dec. 22, 2010

MSNBC travel writer Harriet Baskas is out with a story called "Secondary cities offer alternative to big-city vacations," and Milwaukee is prominently featured.


OnMedia: A smart move by WTMJ-AM

Published Nov. 8, 2010

If post-Jonathan Green afternoons mirror WTMJ's morning news, it'll keep WTMJ as an alternative to the time slot's big dog, Mark Belling.


OnMedia: WTMJ's afternoon search

Published Aug. 10, 2010

While Jonathan Green will remain at WTMJ through the end of the year, the station has to look ahead to the post-Green afternoon show ... Keith Olbermann loses his football gig ... Snooki gets animated.


OnMedia: Hank, what were you thinking?

Published April 9, 2010

Henry VIII has his hands full with a rambunctious young wife as the fourth season of "The Tudors" debuts this weekend on Showtime... Traditional radio listening is down... Post-Katrina New Orleans is the setting for the new HBO series "Treme."


In search of true news and critical analysis

Published Dec. 9, 2009

Like the habits of news consumers, the news itself is in a state of evolution. But along the way, the news has become less informative and more persuasive, leading many to shape their beliefs by what they read, hear and watch.


OnMedia: "We did this for a show," says Falcon

Published Oct. 16, 2009

We'll be talking for a long time about the saga of the balloon boy, Falcon Heene, and what TV news channels should have done differently in the non-stop coverage of a story that turned out to be bogus.