Reporters for Wisconsin Public Radio, Wisconsin Public Television and other public broadcasters in the state decided to disclose they would be affected by parts of the budget repair bill.
What does WPTV stand for?
WPTV stands for Wisconsin Public Television
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- Weapons Training
- West Philadelphia Tutoring Project (University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA)
- West Point Treatment Plant (Seattle, WA)
- White Pine Trading Post
- Work Package Task Pages
- White Paper on the Transformation of the Public Service (South Africa)
- Wholesale Provisioning Tracking System (telecommunication regulation)
- Wild Pacific Trail Society (Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada)
- Water Particle Travel Time
- Working Part on Tropical Tunas (Indian Ocean Tuna Commission)
- Wall Push-Up (strength-building exercise)
- Water Purification Unit
- Weapon Processor Unit
- Wetenschappelijke en Professionele Uitgevers
- Widening Participation Unit (UK)
- William Paterson University (Wayne, New Jersey)
- William Penn University (Oskaloosa, Iowa)
- William Pitt Union (University of Pittsburgh)
- Wind Power Unit
- Washington Park United Church of Christ (Denver, CO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
History Wisconsin Public Television Project to Honor Veterans' Service and Sacrifice GREEN BAY, Wis.
The center will team up with the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Wisconsin Public Radio, Wisconsin Public Television and other news organizations around the state to produce investigative reports on government and quality-of-life issues.
This month, Wisconsin public television watchers will view never-seen-before versions of dances right in their living rooms.
The 2003 USC Annenberg Walter Cronkite Awards go to -- STATION GROUP: Hearst-Argyle Television -- BROADCAST NETWORK: NBC News' "Meet the Press" -- LOCAL STATION, LARGE MARKET (two winners) -- WFAA-TV, Dallas -- KING-TV, Seattle -- LOCAL STATION, MEDIUM MARKET: Wisconsin Public Television -- LOCAL STATION, SMALL MARKET (two winners) -- KMTV, Omaha, Neb.
Helser -- Wisconsin Public Television -- Second Place - The Middle Child by Emily Neva Mae Ellenbecker -- Milwaukee Public Television -- Third Place - I Lose My Teeth in the Weirdest Ways by Ian McCue -- Vegas PBS, Nev.
Due to the immediacy factor alone, Wisconsin Public Television has seen year-end giving grow "from a bump to a spike," said Miskowski.
Curt Sorensen and Kerman Eckes, Wisconsin Public Television, for "What Welfare Reform Did for Me.