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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014

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Movies & TV - Oct. 22, 2014
Time Warner Cable SportsChannel's 'The Roundtable' hits 2,000 mark
Dennis Krause, a veteran of the sports landscape in Milwaukee - and Wisconsin for that matter - hit a milestone on his sports studio show "The Roundtable." The mainstay on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel aired its 2,000th episode on Tuesday night.
Movies & TV - Oct. 20, 2014
Fantasticon promises to be a treat for wrestling fans
When fans of different flavors converge on Milwaukee this weekend to attend Fantasicon, the first comic con in the area, it will be interesting to take in the die-hard support for a multitude of different things -- including professional wrestling.
Movies & TV - Oct. 17, 2014
Leno returns to TV with CNBC car series
Jay Leno will return to television hosting a new primetime show for CNBC. Based on his ongoing web series, the tentatively titled "Jay Leno's Garage" will start sometime early next year.
Movies & TV - Oct. 15, 2014
"Wisconsin Remembers John F. Kennedy" earns Archives Award
The documentary "Wisconsin Remembers John F. Kennedy," commemorating the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, has been given the 2014 Governor's Archives Award for Archival Innovation by the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Movies & TV - Oct. 13, 2014
Wisconsin entrepreneurs may make pitch on ABC's "Shark Tank"
U.S. Cellular teamed up with "Shark Tank" for what it is calling a, "multi-faceted, first-of-its-kind campaign to provide access for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in a way like never before." Basically, a casting call.
Movies & TV - Oct. 10, 2014
WISN 12 hosts attorney general debate as local political coverage swells
Mike Gousha hosts the Wisconsin Attorney General debate at Marquette University which airs live at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Movies & TV - Oct. 7, 2014
CW 18's new schedule comes in like a "Flash"
Starting tonight, "The Flash" kicks off its own show, and "Arrow" starts its third season on Wednesday. Locally, WVTV-TV is taking advantage of the heavy-hitting comic hero nights to launch its new schedule.
Movies & TV - Oct. 7, 2014
Teamwork, commitment and family are at the core of "Million Dollar Arm"
In "Million Dollar Arm," a Disney sports film that comes out on Blu-ray and digital copy today, a sports agent finds his heart on his journey to find the next Major League Baseball star.
Movies & TV - Oct. 6, 2014
Fantasticon brings comics and sci-fi to Milwaukee
Fantasticon is billed as Milwaukee's First Comic Con, and will take place on Oct. 24-26 at the Crowne Plaza near Mitchell Airport. Organizers said, "cosplayers, collectors, gamers, fanboys, fangirls, kids, adults and everybody in-between will be celebrating all three days!"
Movies & TV - Oct. 3, 2014
WCGV adds "The Walking Dead" to prime time schedule
When "The Walking Dead" hits the free air waves for the first time on broadcast television this month, it won't be the first time a show made for cable to go into syndication. However, when the hit show involving zombies airs on WCGV-TV My 24, it will mark the building of a new foundation that the Sinclair-owned station will use for a prime time lineup.
Movies & TV - Oct. 1, 2014
105.7 The Fan puts WSSP-AM 1250 on lower-powered FM signal
As reported by early this morning, sports talk station WSSP-AM 1250 had the hard launch of its FM and HD home today.
Movies & TV - Sept. 29, 2014
Milwaukee area residents maintain a "Bridge to Vietnam"
Journalist and documentary film producer Mark Siegrist found strong connections between veterans and others from Milwaukee and a former adversary. His "Bridge to Vietnam" will air on Milwaukee Public Television on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Movies & TV - Sept. 26, 2014
Card game draws in thousands, gets hundreds to play in tournament
At 9 a.m. last Saturday, the early birds of a small, friendly group of people from a small slice of the cultural make-up of Milwaukee's fabric gathered. They were there to compete in a Magic: The Gathering tournament.
Movies & TV - Sept. 24, 2014
iHeartMedia adds former Packer Gilbert Brown to sports talk lineup
iHeartMedia and former NFL player Gilbert Brown will launch "Gravedigger Radio" at 6 p.m. on Oct. 3.
Music - Sept. 23, 2014
Bowersox brings folk, rock and country sound to Turner
Crystal Bowersox, the folksy singer with tremendous range and a standout on season nine of "American Idol," will perform at the Turner Hall Ballroom at 8 p.m. on Wednesday.
Movies & TV - Sept. 22, 2014
Rivers posts from beyond the grave
Joan Rivers' voice came from beyond the grave when her Facebook account spoke in the first-person, promoting the iPhone 6 on Friday, Sept. 19. She died on Sept. 4.
Movies & TV - Sept. 19, 2014
Don't expect major radio and TV changes after September
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.
Movies & TV - Sept. 17, 2014
iHeartMedia name change will have ripple effect
Clear Channel, the owner of iHeartRadio and the new annual concert and awards, announced this week that it will change its name to iHeartMedia.
Movies & TV - Sept. 15, 2014
Weigel changes up WMLW, launches "The M"
Starting today, WMLW-TV changed its look and brand to "The M ... and The M means Milwaukee."
Movies & TV - Sept. 12, 2014
WTMJ-AM earns top radio award
It is all the aspects WTMJ-AM does in Milwaukee that contributed to the nation's top award in radio - the Marconi - being awarded to the station on Thursday night.
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