A look at the top stories of the week in Wisconsin
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— In a world where people are trying to keep up with what’s going on around them, it can be difficult to follow what’s happening on a daily basis.
But that’s where Milwaukee radio station WISD has made the best of it.
In its second season, WISDEN has captured listeners with a daily dose of new stories and trends.
The station’s news team also includes three writers who cover local and national politics, sports, business and entertainment.
The team has also been on the air for four years, and WISDN has been the top news station in the state for five of those.
In its latest season, the station averaged 2.8 million listeners and a 4.3 share in total listeners.
With all of that, the WISDER radio team also had a lot of help from its parent company, Milwaukee-based RadioOne.
The parent company’s radio empire spans a number of channels in a variety of markets, including Milwaukee Public Radio, WTMJ-FM and WLS-FM.
The station also has some other big players in its portfolio.
The company owns The CW network in Chicago, and it owns the CW Television Network in New York and CW Radio Network in Philadelphia.
It also owns a large radio broadcasting and digital radio empire that includes WTTW-AM in Cincinnati, WJLA-FM in New Orleans and WGNX-FM (now WLAF-AM) in St. Louis.
RadioOne also owns the WGN-AM morning show, WLUC-FM, and its flagship local news and talk programs, The WIkipedia and WIkNews.WISDER, the longest running radio station in Wisconsin, has enjoyed a remarkable run over the last two decades.
In the early 1990s, it was the first station to be launched in the Wisconsin capital.
It was owned by the Wisconsin Radio & Television Commission for nearly 25 years before RadioOne took over in 1999.
The stations broadcasts in Milwaukee were broadcast in two languages, English and Spanish, but in recent years, WISC has become more popular.WISC is owned by Milwaukee Public Television (MPT), which operates the WISC-FM morning and afternoon shows, and operates the Milwaukee Public Broadcasting System.MPT also owns WTTZ-FM on WPTW, the morning and evening WTTN, and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WKTV-FM at 730 AM and WKSP-FM for Milwaukee-area listeners.WKTV is owned and operated by Wisconsin Public Television, a public broadcaster.
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