Christine Lamitina

Marketing Coordinator

Christine joined WUWM in August 2014. Prior to joining WUWM, she served as Communications Director for both statewide and national non-profits.

As WUWM's Marketing Coordinator, Christine is responsible for producing advertising and promotional materials, managing public and media relations, managing the volunteer program and creating the station’s strategic marketing plan.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati.

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will host a debate in the race for Wisconsin governor between Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tony Evers on Friday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 7 pm.

The debate will air live on WUWM and TMJ4 and simulcast on WGBA-TV (Green Bay) and on television stations throughout Wisconsin. Additional media partners include the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA Today Network.

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will host a debate in the Wisconsin race for U.S. Senate between Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Republican challenger Leah Vukmir.

The debate will air live on WUWM and TMJ4 on Monday, Oct. 8 from 6 to 7 p.m., and will be simulcast on WGBA-TV (Green Bay). Additional media partners include the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA Today Network.

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Mainstage Theatre will be the setting for the first broadcast debate in the Wisconsin race for U.S. Senate. All five Republican candidates have agreed to participate – Charles Barman, George Lucia, Griffin Jones, Kevin Nicholson and Leah Vukmir. 

The debate will air live on WUWM 89.7 FM - Milwaukee's NPR on Thursday, July 26 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Mainstage Theatre will be the setting for the first broadcast debate in the 2018 race for Wisconsin governor. All eight Democratic gubernatorial candidates have agreed to participate – Tony Evers, Matt Flynn, Mike McCabe, Mahlon Mitchell, Josh Pade, Kelda Helen Roys, Paul R. Soglin, and Kathleen Vinehout.  

Michelle Maternowski

WUWM 89. 7 – Milwaukee’s NPR was honored with fourteen awards for excellence at the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association awards banquet Saturday night.

The event recognizes excellence in broadcast journalism in radio and television statewide for coverage in 2017.

WUWM 89.7 FM – Milwaukee’s NPR has been recognized with three Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the Large Market Radio category. WUWM won the awards for Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota region in the areas of Newscast, Hard News and Excellence in Innovation.

Think you're the biggest public radio nerd? Do you train all week for Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me and Ask Me Another? Whatever your favorite public radio show is, join us for a fun night of team trivia at Good City Brewing.

WUWM is hitting the road for the Lake Effect: On-Site series, and we’re putting the “pub” back in public radio. Come out to Enlightened Brewery & Twisted Path Distillery in Bay View for the first stop of 2018. We’re peeling back the curtain and showing you how Lake Effect is made.

The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) has awarded WUWM the national Edward R. Murrow Award for outstanding News Series (large market radio) for Project Milwaukee: Black Men in Prison. This prestigious honor is one of the most respected in the broadcast industry, and represents WUWM’s relentless pursuit of excellence in journalism.

WUWM 89.7 FM – Milwaukee Public Radio has been recognized with two regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the Large Market Radio category. The Radio Television Digital News Association has been honoring outstanding achievements in electronic journalism with the Edward R. Murrow Awards since 1971. Award recipients demonstrate the spirit of excellence that Murrow set as a standard for the profession of electronic journalism.

WUWM is launching a brand new lineup for our weeknight evening and Saturday programming. Evening audiences will now enjoy two new shows rather than rebroadcasts of programs. For our Saturday listeners, the schedule will be restructured so like-minded programs air back-to-back. Our goal is to keep our programming fresh, relevant and entertaining for our listeners.

The Milwaukee Police Department takes center stage on this week’s This American Life. The episode "Cops See It Differently, Part One" is part of a two week series about policing.

Our apologies!

Nov 21, 2014

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