Despite persistent conjecture that Twitter is a dying social media platform, it appears that there's still a lot of magic to be had in a simple tweet.Take for instance the recent tweets between Streetza Pizza and Marcus Lemonis of The Profit.
Marcus Lemonis' recent visit to Milwaukee for "The Profit" may not have gone according to plan, but he still has his sights on the Cream City, as his Bentley's Pet Stuff chain will open six new shops in around the city this weekend.
Numerous readers have asked about Grace Ladewig, the mysterious employee featured on Tuesday night's episode of "The Profit," so we caught up with her to chat about what's transpired since her appearance on the popular show.
It's safe to say things did not go according to plan on last night's Soup Market-centric episode of "The Profit" - unless you're CNBC, which, in that case, you found a whole vat of simmering drama cooking up in the back of the local soup business.
Businessman and star of CNBC's "The Profit" Marcus Lemonis has obviously gone places since his time at Marquette. But today, he's returned to the Cream City -- and he's apparently bringing some cameras with him.
The premise of "Shark Tank" is simple. Entrepreneurs make business presentations to a panel of potential investors. It's entertaining, real, honest and fun. And, it's a great watch for kids.
Taylor Vaughn, the former on-air host on WXSS-FM 103.7 Kiss FM, and, more recently, on middays at WNRG-FM 106.9, is now headed to ZFZZ in the Cayman Islands.
This winter, we have the Olympic Winter Games, which means the NBC cluster of stations - including local affiliate WTMJ-TV Ch. 4 - should see the ratings bump.
Watching from afar, it has been interesting following the launch, growth and death of the local Patch sites in Wisconsin.
In the competitive landscape of cable television, different outlets go after each other in a fierce manner. Sometimes it gets so bad it would make politicians (the masters of attack and spin) blush.
To truly win the ratings race, in the eyes of the community, it is a strong statement when a station can claim victory at 10 p.m. and sign-on to sign off. After the latest sweep, WISN-TV Ch. 12 can make that claim.
Scott Walker does the early shift on CNBC. ... After losing his MSNBC gig, Keith Olbermann's old show is back on the little-watched Current TV, Al Gore's television project. ... The video of Jon Stewart on "Fox News Sunday."
I beg to differ with its inclusion, but Milwaukee's made another national list.
From the big screen to your television to your laptop, it's hard to get away from Facebook and CNBC offers a look at the social media phenomenon tonight at 8.