Hurricane Katrina was a key event in the career of Fox News anchor Shepard Smith... You can tweet your way into the Emmy Awards telecast... Channel 12 is giving up an hour of prime-time Wednesday for a gubernatorial debate.
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Thanks to a DVR backlog, I plowed through a half-dozen episodes of ABC's "V" and saw a story that barely advanced ... Lou "The Hulk" Ferrigno is coming to town ... Is there another Susan Boyle across the pond?
Seven months after Jim Tindell competed on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," we'll know how well he did ... NBC orders three new fall series ... Betty White delivers both ratings and laughs on "Saturday Night Live."
The Chicago auditions for "American Idol" brought out few potential stars -- none of them from America's Dairyland ... Favre's Sunday game brought Packers-size ratings ... Will Ferrell, Conan O'Brien's first "Tonight Show" guest, visits O'Brien again Friday night. Hmmm.
Shari Dunn, the new morning anchor of the CBS 58 morning news, didn't follow a regular career path to wind up working in her hometown. Before the Nicolet and Marquette grad landed a job in TV in Milwaukee, she worked as an attorney here in town, in Washington and in New York. We caught up with her in this Milwaukee Talks.