It's tournament time in college basketball, and this week WIS is airing all the first and second round games of the SEC basketball tournament and the semifinal and final rounds of the ACC basketball tournament. As a result of this special programming, some regular WIS programs on Thursday through Sunday, March 11-14 will be delayed or preempted.
We have several programming changes today as a result of the schedule changes with the SEC Basketball Tournament. You are probably aware that a tornado hit the Georgia Dome Friday evening, causing the cancellation of the late game of the SEC Tournament evening session (Georgia vs. Kentucky). The remaining schedule of the tournament has been revised, and this has changed WIS' Saturday broadcast schedule.
"Treasure Hunters" is the new, quest-oriented unscripted series that features multi-player teams to be sent on a global search to solve a puzzle, and the first team to uncover all the clues will be given the location of a hidden treasure.
Rachael Ray, TV's most down-to-earth and relatable star, launched her brand new, one-hour daily syndicated series, appropriately named RACHAEL RAY, on September 18, 2006. The show was designed as an exciting
You won't see the cast of "The West Wing" getting teary-eyed, reminiscing about their seven years on the air. NBC has canceled the trip down memory lane that was going to air before Sunday's series finale.
On January 30, 2003, WIS went on the air with digital broadcasts. The new station is officially known as WIS-DT. Since it first signed on in 1953, the original WIS Television has been transmitting an analog signal on Channel 10.
Donald Trump returns to the boardroom for a fifth season of NBC's "The Apprentice" slated to air in 2006. The 17-city nationwide casting tour for season five begins Saturday, June 25 in Los Angeles before stopping at Trump Tower on July 8 where Trump himself will interview applicants.
The fierce competition for spots on "The Apprentice" or "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" moved to Atlanta and Raleigh Saturday, and News 10 battled the lines of hopefuls to catch some of the intense interviews.
Many Americans celebrated the beginning of the holiday season Tuesday night with the televised lighting of the gigantic Christmas Tree in New York City's Rockefeller Center, a tradition that dates back to 1931.
Over the course of 17 days, we will air approximately 200 hours of coverage on WIS, and nearly 400 hours of HDTV coverage on our digital channel, WIS-DT. Find out more about programming changes on WIS.