While many of us can get by with Zoom meetings in sweatpants, members of Milwaukee's broadcast media community must still look and sound good, creating makeshift studios in their own homes, delivering news and content just like they always have.
After more than 15 years of helping Milwaukeeans get their day started on the right foot on FOX 6's WakeUp, Nicole Koglin announced today that she's leaving the station and TV news.
The latest episode of Milwaukee Soundbites features FOX6 news anchor and reporter Ted Perry, who chats about falling asleep at an Eric Clapton/Muddy Waters concert and the depressing image of a sweaty Don McLean rushing through a performance of "American Pie."
When Katrina Cravy signs off from FOX 6 on Oct. 12, it will mark the end of a 20-year chapter in her life, but another one is about to open. While the 46-year-old anchor, reporter and host has been a fixture at her station for almost 18 years, she's preparing to embark on a career at a media relations consultant, speaker and author.
WITI FOX 6 announced that the station's Contact 6 Reporter Katrina Cravy has decided to leave FOX 6 to pursue a career outside of television. Jenna Sachs will replace her as the new Contact 6 reporter.
After five years at Fox 6, WITI-TV, reporter Laura Langemo is leaving the station and moving back to her home city of Minneapolis. Langemo announced the move this afternoon on Facebook.
Peter Linton-Smith was a general assignment reporter for FOX-6 Milwaukee from 1999-2007, and with a heavy emphasis on state courts, he covered the Steven Avery murder trial extensively.
Support our troops and honor our veterans at the 52nd annual Veteran's Day Parade, held on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 11 a.m.
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.
Laura Langemo doesn't take herself too seriously. In fact, the FOX 6 Wakeup News reporter says her goal is to make viewers laugh a little while going through their morning routine, and to that extent, she's willing to try just about anything for a great story.
When the best who work in broadcast are recognized for their efforts, the pinnacle of achievement is the Edward R. Murrow Award. WTMJ-TV and WITI-TV both won Murrows in the latest round of awards.
In front of the television set, we may escape into a favorite program, catch up on what has been recorded, or seek more information on what is going on in our community. It's the latter that has propelled WITI-TV Fox 6 to the most-watched late night local news destination - surprising considering the traditional tide in broadcast history and that its nightly edition starts at 9 p.m.
The story tellers don't just repeat what happened. The reporters, producers, editors, video and photo journalists, engineers, managers and directors ... they all have had a hand in what is shaped before it is delivered. Ted Perry is one of those people.
For WITI-TV Fox 6, the station is touting its performance within the adult 25-54 group on Monday to Friday.
On Nov. 26, the three organizations will host the "Thanksgiving Drive Thru Food Drive" at Miller Park. Food can be dropped off at Helfaer Field - the Little League diamond -- at Miller Park between 4:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.