PantherVision Headlines — Week of May 5, 2008

Team Coverage: Ballot Battle

The controversy over Student Association Elections continues, with one party filing appeals to try to get the results thrown out, and some voters complaining about how they were treated at the polls. Click below for our team coverage.

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UWM Rummage

Looking for an old desk, a dusty file cabinet, or even a house? You can find it on SWAP -- surplus with a purpose. PantherVision's Pi-Ching Chang reports.

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A Head Start

A UWM program is helping youngsters get a head start on reading. PantherVision's Frani Archie has more.

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Where can I watch Panthervision

PantherVision is distributed via the Higher Education Cable Consortium to approximately 300,000 households in Southeastern Wisconsin. The 30-minute programs air Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. on UWM campus cable channel 41.

Our student newscast can also be seen at your convenience on Time Warner's "Wisconsin on Demand" channel. TV viewers with digital cable through Time Warner Cable can access Wisconsin on Demand (WIoD) on Channel 1111. From the main menu, scroll to "Your Community" and select the UWM category.

PantherVision is a weekly, award-winning news program featuring work on and behind the cameras done by Journalism & Mass Communication students. JAMS students handle the writing, development, and management of the show, while students at the Milwaukee Area Technical College handle the in-studio camera and lighting work as well as the telecasting and playback aspects.

PantherVision is produced under the advisement of JAMS faculty members Mark Zoromski and Maryann Lazarski.