WTMJ radio built Radio City, 720 E. Capitol Dr. in 1941. The WTMJ television station was launched in the building - which claims to be the first to be purpose-built as both a radio and television studio - in December 1947 and it is currently celebrating its 70th anniversary.
Chicago native Molly Fay didn't expect to host a talk show. But the former investigative journalist, mother of three and self-described introvert, found herself doing just that eight years ago when WTMJ-4 launched "The Morning Blend," and she hasn't looked back. We caught up with Fay over coffee last week to discuss where she's been and where she's going. And why every person, even if their job seems mundane, has a story to tell.
Channel 6 calls its 9 a.m. weekday show "Real Milwaukee," and viewers saw a real honest answer to a question asked on the show Tuesday morning. ... A new over-the-air channel joins Milwaukee's TV dial. ...
How many women can you crowd around a table on TV? ... A chance to meet Danny Gokey ... Matt "Joey" LeBlanc's latest TV effort looks promising.
We know what Channel 6's new morning show won't be. But it's not clear exactly what the Fox station will air in the 9 a.m. hour... Brett Andrews to sign off Milwaukee radio and head to the Northwest... Milwaukee Public TV prepares to launch a local arts magazine.
There are upsides and downsides to living so close to the nation's third-largest radio market -- and lessons for Milwaukee radio ... Vince Condella says "no" to the pro-mustache crowd ... Did Tina Fey's naughty teacher sketch go too far?
Minnesota native Tiffany Ogle is finishing her second week as the new co-host of Channel 4's "Morning Blend," the 9 a.m. weekday show that that combines, chat, interviews and ad content. And the first thing to know about her is that she isn't a Viking fan.