Appleton: Communications

Newspapers and Magazines

The Post-Crescent, Appleton's daily paper, appears in the evenings. The Milwaukee Journal & Sentinel also covers news in the city. Magazines published in Appleton include The New American, a conservative magazine covering international affairs, and Marketplace Magazine, a business magazine covering northeastern Wisconsin. Fox Cities Magazine, Fox Life, and The Scene focus on what's happening in the Fox Cities.

Television and Radio

Time Warner Cable offers both digital cable and Roadrunner high-speed internet. Appleton television viewers have broadcast access to network programming from ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and UPN. Approximately 25 radio stations broadcast to the Appleton area, with programming ranging from adult contemporary, to news/talk, public radio, big band, and classic rock.

Media Information: The Post-Crescent, 306 West Washington Street, PO Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912-0059; telephone (800)236-6397

Appleton Online

Appleton Public Library. Available

City of Appleton home page. Available

Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Available

Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau. Available

The Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce. Available

Selected Bibliography

Bubolz, Gordon, ed., Land of the Fox, Saga of Outagamie County (Outagamie County State Centennial Committee, 1949)

Kort, Ellen, The Fox Heritage (Woodland Hills, CA: Windsor Publications, 1984)

Ryan, Thomas Henry, History of Outagamie County, Wisconsin: Being a General Survey Including a History of the Cities, Towns, and Villages (Chicago: Goodspeed Historical Association, 1911)