In this day and age of digital content being delivered to mobile devices, freeing up your time to spend more of it doing things you enjoy, Milwaukee PBS has launched two new "online-first" initiatives. Follow the links below to these new projects produced by the individuals who spend most of their time behind the camera. Viewing the world through a lens offers the opportunity to see things in a fresh light.
These short-form stories offer you, the viewer, opportunities to seek out more information on your own or experience things you may not have had the chance to do in the past. We hope you enjoy this new content. Please be sure to contact us and give us your feedback, or share your own stories for our consideration!
My Wisconsin Backyard will feature a weekly environmentally friendly/outdoor segment for the web focusing on things people are doing outside, in nature at this time in our city and state.
These features will focus on the benefits of outdoor activity including, mental and physical health, Eco-friendly gardening, and community engagement.
In addition, the stories will highlight how to remain active while following CDC guidelines.
Focusing on the power of the digital story. Features such as "TimeSlips", Next Avenue Moments and Community conversations are combined with instruction on how to create your own digital story. We will share outside contributions on this page.
Our goal is to make the world a smaller place by better understanding the similarities we all share.
Healing through story.
Youth Rising Up
Student activists from North Division High School's Youth Rising Up organized a march followed by a chalk-a-thon to assure that those that couldn't hear their message would read their words printed around City Hall. "If they can't hear us, they can read us."
Travel with Milwaukee PBS to London!
As a lover of PBS and the excellence of British programming, it is a great pleasure to present To The Manor Born, a tour designed to include many of the sights you know so well from public television and iconic British programs seen on Milwaukee PBS. This exclusive tour will be a memorable journey for each person involved.
Andrew Lannard, our tour host from Transcendent Travels has a wealth of knowledge that he intends to share during this unforgettable tour. Each hotel, attraction, restaurant or experience has been carefully selected to ensure that our time together is memorable from start to finish.
"Listen MKE," a community listening project
BLACK NOUVEAU continues to tell Milwaukee's stories of health, help and hope during the COVID-19 pandemic, and joins "Listen MKE," a community listening project with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WUWM and the Milwaukee Public Library. On this installment of "Listen MKE, " government officials, including Mayor Barrett, respond to the questions raised by the recent protests.
Pandemic in the Heartland
A small dairy community in the northwest part of Wisconsin recorded zero cases of Covid-19.Despite that, the virus hit the city of Loyal hard. As part of the Local Journalism Initiative for PBS FRONTLINE, Milwaukee PBS and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel present "Pandemic in the Heartland," a look at how small business owners and dairy farmers coped with a coronavirus shutdown.