Eight WSCS Programs Recoginized in 2018 Best of the Midwest Media Fest Wisconsin Community Media has announced the 2018 Best of the Midwest Media Fest award winners. Award-winning producers and their shows will be honored at the Best of the Midwest Media Fest Banquet and Show at the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel & Convention […]
WSCS partnered with the Sheboygan Branch of American Association of University Women and the League of Women Voters-Sheboygan County to broadcast eight candidate forums, held at mead Public Library. The forums features the candidates for five aldermanic districts in the City of Sheboygan, two county supervisor district races and the candidates for the three open […]
March 8, 22018 Impacted Communities Respond to Governor’s Decision to Rescind Nomination of Wisconsin National Marine Sanctuary Residents, educators, business leaders, tourism executives, environmental groups, and elected officials from the Cities of Port Washington, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, and Two Rivers have reacted with disbelief and disappointment to Governor Walker’s action rescinding his […]
Watch the latest edition of Paws form the Sheboygan County Humane Society.
The latest episode of Third Saturday at the Museum features “Taverns of Southern Sheboygan County”
Viewers of local sports on WSCS have long wished for the game clock to be included in the on-screen score graphics. Thanks to recently acquired technology, that wish has been granted. “Until now, when we would cover a game, we had someone manually changing the score in the graphics software” said Scott Mealiff, WSCS Program […]
WSCS has been working with our Video On-Demand host to offer an Adaptive VOD palyer. What does that mean? We know an increasing number of viewers are watching on-line content on mobile devices and our old player did not not work well with phones and tablets. The new player automaticaly adapts the size and resolution […]
Fritz Zenk was a popular, friendly face behind the camera who helped to showcase his hometown of Sheboygan on local cable for decades. Station staff were saddend to learn of his passing, at age 97. The full obituary can be found here. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/sheboyganpress/obituary.aspx?n=fredrick-h-zenk&pid=187149135
For the third consecutive summer, Sheboygan has enjoyed the Levitt AMP Concert series hosted by the John Michale Kohler Arts Center. When schedules and contracts permitted, WSCS recorded these hot performances for you to enjoy long after the thermometer drops.
Mychal Segar & Brian Gensch announce the 2017 Sheboygan Jaycee’s Brat Days Parade.