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WisconsinEye gets peripheral vision: Coverage will extend to Wisconsins emerging economy

MADISON To be truthful, Ive had my doubts about the business model behind WisconsinEye, the long-awaited public affairs television channel that proposes to be the in-state equivalent of C-SPAN.

In a state where many candidates for the Legislature will run unopposed for election this year, is there really a market for gavel-to-gavel coverage of legislative hearings, Assembly floor debates......

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Had WisconsinEye been up and running four years ago, for example, the first Wisconsin Economic Summit would have provided opportunities for extended coverage. Today, forums such as the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference, the Wisconsin Life Sciences and Venture Conference, the Governors Economic Development Conference, a planned Science and Techno......

Full article >>> e primary mission of WisconsinEye, but keeping broader business and health trends in sight will prove vital, as well. Its time to take the blindfold off WisconsinEye and let its vision grow.


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'"/> By Tom Still 07/28/04

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