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Movies & TV - Feb. 25, 2015
"Sofia" may brighten a cold and gloomy day
Too much snow, ice and cold get you down? "Sofia The First Holiday In Enchancia" DVD may be perfect for the youngest ones we bundle up in sweaters, blankets and big poofy jackets.
Movies & TV - Feb. 24, 2015
Oscar-winning "Big Hero 6" now out on Blu-ray
There is little question why "Big Hero 6" won an Oscar on Sunday night. The animated movie, which comes out on Blu-ray combo pack today, has something special that can be expected out of a Disney Animation movie as much as it special sticking to its comic book origin.
Movies & TV - Feb. 23, 2015
"Alexander" Blu-ray makes you rethink your own bad days
For those who saw "Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," and those who haven't, the Blu-ray is a perfect pickup for a family movie night. It is rated PG, so make sure kids are an age to handle this kind of comedy.
Movies & TV - Feb. 23, 2015
WTMJ-AM 620 on top as WKLH and The Hog make appearances on the charts
WTMJ-AM 620 benefited from the Green Bay Packers' postseason, nabbing first place in the area ratings for January.
Movies & TV - Feb. 20, 2015
New MPTV documentary tells Italian immigrants' story
Milwaukee Public Television, MPTV-TV Ch. 10, will air a local documentary on immigrants from Italy. "Storia Italiana" offers a deep look the impact they had on Milwaukee.
Movies & TV - Feb. 18, 2015
Weather forecaster McGinnis leaving WDJT CBS 58
After 19 years in television, and most recently a good deal of that time at WDJT-TV CBS 58, chief meteorologist Mark McGinnis is signing off the air.
Movies & TV - Feb. 16, 2015
JFK letters evaluated on President's Day TV special
Based on the TV rankings for cable networks that air shows on connections to the past, many TV viewers are fans of history. That being the case, Fox Business Network's "Strange Inheritance" is offering a connection to JFK that history buffs should not miss on Monday.
Movies & TV - Feb. 11, 2015
Local chef rings dinner bell every Sunday morning
Last Sunday, chef Michael Feker of Il Mito kicked off the second season of "Our Dinner Bell." The next show airs at 10:30 a.m. Sunday on WISN-TV Ch. 12.
Movies & TV - Feb. 10, 2015
"101 Dalmatians" Blu-ray release full of history, great for Valentine's Day
When Disney releases "101 Dalmatians" today on Blu-ray and DVD combo pack, it won't be the first time the animated modern tale was presented.
Movies & TV - Feb. 9, 2015
Brian Williams may not recover from lies
What Brian Williams did was wrong, but why he may have done it is understandable. The NBC news anchor was caught in a lie.
Movies & TV - Feb. 6, 2015
Radio League updates streaming app
The audience for digital streaming audio - whether the content is from a local broadcaster or national outlet - is growing. Interestingly, the growth hasn't come at the detriment of local radio outlets.
Movies & TV - Feb. 4, 2015
After football, puppies rule the night
Among key viewers, there was only one program that performed as well as the Super Bowl did in the ratings on Sunday. Animal Planet's "Puppy Bowl XI" had 10.4 million viewers across broadcast and online audiences.
Movies & TV - Feb. 2, 2015
Adult Swim comedy goes overlooked
There are a number of little programs on cable outlets that exist if only seemingly to be a little absurd. "Dinner With Friends With Brett Gelman and Friends" on Adult Swim is one of those shows. It has its funny moments, but it is when it is trying too hard to be funny and fails, it becomes brilliant.
Movies & TV - Jan. 30, 2015
Family Fest builds connection with local TV stations
CW 18 (WVTV-TV) and My 24 (WCGV-TV) will head back to Southridge Mall for its latest edition of Family Fest.
Movies & TV - Jan. 28, 2015
Conversation: A chat with WITI's Ted Perry
The story tellers don't just repeat what happened. The reporters, producers, editors, video and photo journalists, engineers, managers and directors ... they all have had a hand in what is shaped before it is delivered. Ted Perry is one of those people.
Movies & TV - Jan. 26, 2015
Holiday music, station awareness push WRIT to the top
WRIT-FM 95.7 had double its regular audience for switching over to holiday music.
Movies & TV - Jan. 23, 2015
Stories uncovered on "Strange Inheritance"
It is that feeling of excitement and uncertainty that Fox Business Network wants to tap into and share with a prime-time viewing audience. "Strange Inheritance," the new reality series hosted by Jamie Colby, will kick off at 8 p.m. on Monday. The series will take a look at real-life stories of unconventional inheritances.
Movies & TV - Jan. 21, 2015
Event can send youth on a better path
Time Warner Cable, a Winterfest sponsor, and will add an educational element to the event by demonstrating how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) principles make activities like sledding possible.
Movies & TV - Jan. 19, 2015
Stations wide and far expected to cover State of the Union
Tuesday night won't be different than what it was in the past. Stations will cover each moment of Obama's perspective on where the nation is and where it is going.
Movies & TV - Jan. 16, 2015
Waukesha firm lights up Sunday's Packers-Seahawks game
When a TV production calls asking to "bling things up," well, more often than not productions fall into the camp of more is more. That case seems to hold true for Blizzard Lighting, the Waukesha-based firm that will be lighting up the pregame and halftime set for Fox at Sunday's NFC Championship football game on Sunday in Seattle.
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