TV Stations Provide Millions Of Meals For The HungryJanuary 15th, 2021 by Paul Greeley
Local TV stations continue to hold fund raisers to help food banks in their communities provide food for the hungry, many of whom are seeking help for the first time due to Covid.
General Manager Opening In The ‘City Of Four Lakes’August 31st, 2020 by Paul Greeley
Surrounded by lakes, Madison, Wis., is ranked the 12th Best Place to Live in the country by U. S. News & World Report.
WMTV’s ‘Adopt A Cow’ Campaign Sets RecordJuly 15th, 2020 by Paul Greeley
This was a fun way to virtually adopt the milk production of a dairy cow for families in need. And, to make it official, each donor received an adoption certificate — a fun and perfect way to let everyone know about their new bovine.
GM & News Director Openings At Morgan Murphy MediaNovember 4th, 2019 by Paul Greeley
Morgan Murphy Media, a privately-held broadcast group, has rare openings for a general manager and news director at its Madison and La Crosse, Wis., TV stations. Morgan Murphy is committed to quality journalism, and has won five national Edward R. Murrow Awards from the RTDNA in the past four years, including the top prize for overall excellence in 2016.
TV Promos That Cost Zero, 40 Of ThemJune 26th, 2019 by Paul Greeley
At the Promax Station Summit last week in Las Vegas, attendees filled the room for the session Zero Budget Magic, to see how imagination, and little more, is the only currency allowed in spots submitted from stations across the country. Here are all 40 of them.
WISC Unveils ‘Future Of News’ Set By Devlin DesignFebruary 5th, 2019 by Paul Greeley
WISC wanted Devlin Design Group to consider the future of news broadcasting when it came to designing the station’s new set. The design needed to showcase technology, increase production values, spotlight talent, and reflect the vibrant Madison, Wisconsin capitol city community.
WKOW Madison Comes To Aid Of Wisconsin Flood VictimsSeptember 25th, 2018 by Paul Greeley
On Sept. 6, WKOW teamed up with the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Red Cross to hold a live telethon that raised almost $130,000 for flood relief. “This disaster hit us hard here at home, but our viewers and community organizations still stepped up to help their neighbors,” said Ed Reams, WKOW news director.