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Langbehn marks 30 years at WAOW-TV

Melissa Langbehn is marking 30 years on the air at WAOW-TV in Wausau and the station is marking the anniversary Friday. Langbehn joined the station in 1991. She is the lead anchor at News 9, anchoring the 5 p.m. news and co-anchoring the 6 p.m. news. As a reporter, she... - MORE -

Sinn promoted to lead WISN-TV newsroom

Matt Sinn is WISN-TV’s new news director. Previously, Sinn was the assistant news director at the station. Sinn brings decades of experience to this position, having served in diverse roles across broadcast journalism – ranging from producing cutting-edge newscasts to managing dynamic newsrooms. “Following an extensive nationwide search, I was... - MORE -

Freshen up your writing, speaking skills

If you’re looking to freshen up your broadcast writing and speaking skills, a recent WBA webinar, free to WBA members, is now available to view on demand. “Writing and Speaking for Broadcast” is focused on how to make your writing and speaking conversational. It needs to be HUMAN. We shouldn’t... - MORE -

Sullivan joins NBC 15 morning show

Erin Sullivan joined the NBC 15 (WMTV-TV) team Monday as a weekday anchor and reporter for The Morning Show. She will work on the “News Now” desk, following breaking news updates. Sullivan comes to Madison from Joplin, Missouri where she worked at the NBC affiliate KSNF for more than three... - MORE -

WPR to air 3rd Congressional District debates

Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) is hosting two, live broadcast debates featuring primary candidates for Wisconsin’s 3rd District seat in the House of Representatives. The first debate will air on Friday, July 31 at 10 a.m. and feature the Republican primary candidates Jesse Ebben of Eau Claire and Derrick Van Orden... - MORE -

Milwaukee TV station to air debates

Milwaukee TV station WISN-TV is hosting three debates ahead of the April 7 Spring Election Day. The debates will feature the candidates for Milwaukee County Executive, Milwaukee Mayor and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Marquette University Law School is partnering with WISN 12 to host the debates for Milwaukee Mayor and... - MORE -

Body cameras bill to go to Gov. Evers’ desk

The Wisconsin State Assembly on Thursday approved a bill on a voice vote that would establish statewide rules for how police use body cameras. The measure was approved Wednesday by the State Senate and now goes to Gov. Tony Evers. The bill was the product of a Legislative Study Committee... - MORE -