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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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WISN-TV Ch. 12 wins ratings sweep

Published May 23, 2013

More viewers in southeastern Wisconsin have chosen to watch WISN-TV Ch. 12 newscasts more than the others. The ABC affiliate won ratings races for the 10, 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts.

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Reporter Clark leaving "Real Milwaukee"

Published May 9, 2013

This week, Tony Clark, who serves as the reporter about town on WITI-TV Fox 6 mid-morning show "Real Milwaukee," announced he was leaving the station.

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WTMJ-TV awarded 2012 Station of the Year

Published May 7, 2013

WTMJ-TV Ch. 4, WTMJ-AM 620 and WLUM-FM 102.1, were the winners of the WBA large market Station of the Year awards in television, news and talk radio and music radio, respectively.

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WISN earns ratings crown in latest sweep

Published March 1, 2013

To truly win the ratings race, in the eyes of the community, it is a strong statement when a station can claim victory at 10 p.m. and sign-on to sign off. After the latest sweep, WISN-TV Ch. 12 can make that claim.

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In a storm, everyone is a journalist

Published Dec. 24, 2012

When you look out a window during a Wisconsin winter storm, you see snow. No revelation there. Yet, when you look out at social media during a Wisconsin storm, you see the same thing, because everyone is sharing it.

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When snow flies, TV crews grab the snow boots

Published Dec. 20, 2012

Ever since the National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings and the state declared an emergency, local media outlets went into severe weather coverage.