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MILWAUKEE ARTS COMMUNITY WINS BIG AT REGIONAL EMMYS

Milwaukee's local arts scene received a huge honor on Sunday, when a special partnership among the arts community was recognized with a regional Emmy. Milwaukee PBS's (Milwaukee PBS) THE ARTS PAGE won the Emmy for Outstanding Achievement for Arts/Entertainment Programming for a Program/Series/Special for its special on Jewish Museum Milwaukee's compelling exhibit "Stitching History from the Holocaust." Read More

LONG-TIME Milwaukee PBS CHIEF TO RETIRE

Ellis Bromberg, General Manager of Milwaukee PBS, will retire from the position on November 13, 2015. Bromberg, 62, is a veteran of almost 40 years in public broadcasting and has led Milwaukee PBS since 2000. Read More

BLACK NOUVEAU WINS FIRST PLACE AWARD FROM NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR BLACK JOURNALISTS

Milwaukee's own BLACK NOUVEAU won first place at the National Association for Black Journalists' (NABJ) 2015 Salute To Excellence Awards. NABJ is the largest organization for journalists of color in the nation. Milwaukee PBS is committed to producing and broadcasting quality programming with topics of importance to the diverse viewership it serves, and BLACK NOUVEAU will premiere its 24th season this fall. Read More

NEW DOCUMENTARY HIGHLIGHTS POSITIVE IMPACT OF AMERICA'S PASTIME ON KIDS IN URBAN MILWAUKEE

It's more than a game -- it's a lesson in life. Journalist Mark Siegrist explores the social impact that urban little league baseball is having on Milwaukee's urban neighborhoods. MILWAUKEE'S DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH investigates the positive effect that iconic little league baseball programs - Beckum-Stapleton and Felix Mantilla - has on the city's youth in some of the most challenging neighborhoods. Read More