Newspapers and Magazines
The major daily newspaper of the Greater Milwaukee area is the morning Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, with a daily circulation of 258,000. Several other newspapers, including the Business Journal of Milwaukee, circulate biweekly or weekly.
At least 35 trade and special-interest magazines and journals are published in Milwaukee; they cover such subjects as personal improvement, religion, hobbies, the social sciences, business and finance, computers, railroads, construction and building trades, and archaeology.
Television and Radio
Seven commercial, two public, and one Christian television stations broadcast in Milwaukee. More than forty AM and FM radio stations play a wide range of music, news, and talk radio in the county. The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra produces national radio broadcasts.
Media Information: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, P.O. Box 661, Milwaukee, WI 53201; telephone (414)224-2000.
City of Milwaukee home page. Available www.ci.mil.wi.us
Greater Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau. Available www.milwaukee.org
Historic Milwaukee Inc. Available www.historicmilwaukee.org
James J. Flannery Map Library. Available www.uwm.edu/Dept/GML
Metro Milwaukee Association of Commerce. Available www.mmac.org
Metro Milwaukee Guide to Relocation. Available metro milwaukee.org
Milwaukee Department of City Development. Available www.milwaukeebiz.com
Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation. Available www.medconline.com
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Available www.jsonline.com
Milwaukee Public Library. Available www.mpl.org
Wisconsin Department of Commerce. Available www.commerce.state.wi.us
Buck, Diane M. and Virginia A. Palmer, Outdoor Sculpture in Milwaukee: A Cultural and Historical Guidebook (State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1994)
Derleth, August William, The Wind Leans West (New York: Candlelight Press, 1969)
Leavitt, Judith Walzer, The Healthiest City: Milwaukee and the Politics of Health Reform (University of Wisconsin Press, 1996)
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