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TV midseason: 10 new series to watch

Published Jan. 13, 2015

Whether you like family drama, married couples, cop shows, a loner, a dubious lawyer, or superheroes, there's bound to be a series premiering soon that'll capture your attention. Here are ten shows to keep an eye on over the next three months.

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Is this fracking unbelievable?

Published Jan. 9, 2015

Al Jazeera's Emmy Award-winning "Fault Lines" presents "Death on the Bakken Shale" at 8 p.m. on Monday night. The show will look at the practice of fracking, which is being considered in parts of the country, including Wisconsin.

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Predicting the winners and losers of the 2015 Golden Globes

Published Jan. 6, 2015

The Golden Globes, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, are this Sunday, which means awards season has officially begun. OnMilwaukee.com's resident entertainment savants Matt Mueller and Colton Dunham wracked their heads together and made their picks - Matt on the film side, Colton for TV - for who will win Sunday night, as well as who should win and who should've at least gotten a nomination.

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Social Circle: What have you "binge watched" lately?

Published Jan. 4, 2015

Winter brings out the couch potato in most of us, making it the ideal time to watch TV series after TV series. With that in mind, OnMilwaukee.com asked the Social Circle for its recent favorite shows to devour and feel free to confess your guilty pleasure via the Talkback feature.

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Local bars flip off television

Published Dec. 6, 2014

Most bars in Milwaukee - and beyond - have a television or televisions. Originally, it was difficult to even come up with a few local bars without TVs, but eventually realized there are more than one might think.

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Black Friday brawls make Cyber Monday a cakewalk

Published Dec. 1, 2014

If you need a break from your online shopping today, you might want to take a peek at some Black Friday brawls and then thank your lucky stars for the invention of the Internet.

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The Found Footage Festival celebrates 10 years of terrible videos

Published Nov. 24, 2014

As the creators of the Found Footage Festival, Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett are no strangers to bad ideas. And they'd have it no other way. For the past decade, that's exactly what Prueher, Pickett and the Found Footage Festival have done: showing people the best of the worst cheap VHS tapes the world has to offer, videos that can often make the tape from "The Ring" seem like a blissful rom-com.

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WISN surprises with an important piece that teaches real lessons

Published Nov. 4, 2014

On occasion, a local television station does something that has such an impact and is so vivid that I have to tip my hat. This tip goes to Toya Washington and WISN-TV for a piece that aired Monday night amid all the hoo-rah about the next day's election.

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Don't expect major radio and TV changes after September

Published Sept. 19, 2014

As we roll through the last quarter of the year, we will notice very few changes for most media outlets as they maneuver and buckle in for the rest of the year. September is really the last month radio and TV stations will make strategic staffing or scheduling changes.

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"Shark Tank" is a great deal for my kid and yours

Published Sept. 4, 2014

The premise of "Shark Tank" is simple. Entrepreneurs make business presentations to a panel of potential investors. It's entertaining, real, honest and fun. And, it's a great watch for kids.

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Top 5 TV moments from Comic-Con

Published July 28, 2014

Culling from all of the headlines, sidebar stories and features the collective news outlets produced, here are the Top 5 TV moments from the San Diego Comic-Con.

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Late fringe programing is key for local TV ratings

Published June 30, 2014

The lead in, or the show on before the news, is usually considered to be the most important show to help boost the local viewership ratings. But, what's on during late fringe is a close second.

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Old-school media delivery can be better for households

Published Jan. 31, 2014

For those people who live closer to the broadcast tower, a smaller indoor antenna will work just fine. Besides the old bunny ears or hoop models, Antennas Direct offers a smaller, very cost effective model that will bring in as good as, or even better, picture that a cable service can.