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Century-old vaudeville tradition lives on in Milwaukee

Published Oct. 5, 2015

When the "America's Got Talent" cross-country tour stops at Milwaukee's Pabst Theatre on Tuesday, Oct. 13, audience members may have no idea they're part of an historic show business genre that began in the years following the Civil War.


NBC contest show seeks new talent

Published Dec. 5, 2014

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.


Can you hear me now? Cell phone turns 40

Published April 4, 2013

In the TV world, early mobile phones were reserved for the rich and spies who needed the latest technology. On "Get Smart," Agent 86, played by Don Adams, had his phone in his shoe.


OnMedia: The "Fairness Doctrine" is finally fading away

Published June 10, 2011

One of the weapons in talk radio's arsenal to fire up the audience is fading away as the FCC is removing the unenforced "Fairness Doctrine" from its rulebook. ... Channel 58's MDA swan song. Oprah's farewell audience wasn't even her biggest TV crowd ever. ... Wisconsin resident Echo the singing parrot has survived the first round on NBC's "America's Got Talent."

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