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Movies & TV - Dec. 17, 2015
Entertainment industry needs preorders to stay alive
When the weekend is over, chances are the latest "Star Wars" film will have broken a number of box office records across the globe. One record being pushed by the film isn't talked about much, but it means more for the future: preorders.
Movies & TV - Oct. 29, 2015
Two creepy new DVD options bring fright to your Halloween night
To cap off a night of Halloween fun, try out these two home entertainment releases for a final scare or two. For the younger crowd, give "R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls" a try. However, for a final Halloween cinematic creep-out more for the adults in the house, the thriller "Extinction" might be worth scaring up from VOD or a DVD rental spot.
Movies & TV - Oct. 13, 2015
Milwaukee producers present Mary Tyler Moore special on PBS
One tip for success is to surround yourself with good people. And if you are able to endear yourself to those folks, they will tell everyone else they know about how wonderful of a person you are. That's what happens in "Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration," a special production that airs at 7 p.m. Tuesday night on PBS.
Movies & TV - Oct. 9, 2015
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is simply the best in action storytelling
The box-office busting "Avengers: Age of Ultron" took the world by storm again when it was released on Blu-ray, DVD, digital streaming download and On Demand last Friday.
Movies & TV - Oct. 7, 2015
There's nothing scary about "Mickey's Monster Musical" but plenty of fun
Is "Mickey's Monster Musical," the new Disney Junior Halloween-themed Blu-ray adventure, particularly scary? No. But is it fun? Yes.
Movies & TV - Oct. 6, 2015
Ball, slipper and magic come to life in "Cinderella"
When lighting, textures and scenery pop on a screen - especially in a familiar tale that we've envisioned ourselves - we can be transported. In the case of Disney's "Cinderella," we feel like we are there, interacting with the characters at the royal ball, waiting for the clock to strike 12 times.
Movies & TV - Sept. 28, 2015
Former FOX 6 sports reporter Jen Lada launches national ESPN radio show
Starting tonight at 8 p.m. locally, Lada is launching a new national radio show on ESPN radio called "Jorge & Jen," co-hosted by Jorge Sedano.
Movies & TV - Sept. 22, 2015
Animated "Star Wars" DVDs help build excitement for "The Force Awakens"
We have to wait several more months before "The Force Awakens" unleashes itself upon the world, likely nabbing pretty much every box office record in the galaxy in the process. In the meantime, there's plenty of "Star Wars" related home entertainment - "LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles" and season one of "Star Wars Rebels" - to keep our spare time engrossed in the universe.
Movies & TV - Sept. 22, 2015
Time Warner Cable creates channel to follow Pope's visit to the U.S.
As Pope Francis travels in the U.S., Time Warner Cable has launched a special cable channel to air more of the global church leader's events this week.
Movies & TV - Aug. 20, 2015
A double dose of Disney on DVD with "Descendants," shorts collection
A duo of Disney DVDs - "Descendants" and "Animation Studios Shorts Collection" - find the studio satisfyingly digging up old traditions and characters, and dressing them up in some fun, new ways.
Music - Aug. 20, 2015
The fight rages on for digital music rights
There's plenty right with the music made before 1972, but there's a lot wrong with the rights of music from that time, as multiple court cases involving music rights have become news.
Movies & TV - Aug. 3, 2015
Siegrist's new doc reports on "Milwaukee's Diamonds in the Rough"
Mark Siegrist may have found some gems among the baseball diamonds in Milwaukee, but his "Milwaukee's Diamonds in the Rough" digs into the motivation of why two leagues have been serving our neighborhoods.
Movies & TV - July 26, 2015
"Teen Beach 2" delights in its campiness
When the original Disney Channel film "Teen Beach Movie," did well for the cable outlet, the young singing stars were bound for a sequel with all of the dance numbers and songs you'd expect from a production aimed at pre-teens. When "Teen Beach 2" aired in June, it brought in 13.5 million viewers. Now, it is available on DVD.
Movies & TV - July 20, 2015
Sports talker Steve Haywood dead at 49
Steve Haywood of WAUK-AM 540 ESPN knew how to stir the pot, and his passion for Milwaukee and its teams was well-known in sports circles. Haywood passed away from heart failure early Sunday morning. He was 49.
Movies & TV - July 13, 2015
In the movie theater, film is dead
The picture we've come to know from movies no longer reflect the vulnerability that film has. And as technology has advanced, so too have Marcus Theatres.
Movies & TV - July 10, 2015
Krause, Adrian and others enter the Silver Circle
The Silver Circle was created by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (the same academy that people thank when they get an Emmy award) to have special recognition for people in the media who have had an impact on a community. In Wisconsin, six people will be inducted this year into the circle.
Movies & TV - July 6, 2015
Women's World Cup broadcaster hails from Wisconsin
If you watched any of the coverage leading up to the U.S. women's team victory over Japan on Sunday night, then you watched some of the finest TV journalism in the sports world courtesy of Fox Sports. A part of that team, analyst Kyndra de St. Aubin, has a Milwaukee connection.
Movies & TV - July 3, 2015
Carole Caine, WKLH part ways
On Monday, Carole Caine of "Dave and Carole" on WKLH-FM 96.5, had her last day on the air. The newly branded "Hometown Rock" station wanted to take the morning show in a new direction.
Movies & TV - July 1, 2015
Kidd O'Shea leaving 99.1 The Mix
Kidd O'Shea knows where his roots are. And that is why he got a bit teary this morning. On the "Kidd and Elizabeth Show" on WMYX-FM, O'Shea announced that he was leaving the station.
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