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WQOW Midwest Regional Emmy nominations Video included

The Midwest Regional Emmy's is open to entries from Western Wisconsin (La Crosse & Eau Claire), & all of Minnesota, Iowa, and North and South Dakota. WQOW received 9 nominations. Below are descriptions of the videos and the category they were nominated in. More>>

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  • Barry Lynn In Person

    Barry Lynn In Person

    Barry Lynn is an iconic Western Wisconsin personality. An interpretive dancer of 60 years, he cuts a flamboyant and daring path through more conservative Northwoods' culture. Steve Betchkal interviewed him just before his 100th birthday, and his public birthday celebration performance.?

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    Barry Lynn is an iconic Western Wisconsin personality. An interpretive dancer of 60 years, he cuts a flamboyant and daring path through more conservative Northwoods' culture. Steve Betchkal interviewed him just before his 100th birthday, and his public birthday celebration performance.?

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  • Dani's Christmas Miracle

    Dani's Christmas Miracle

    The holidays can be hard on anyone who's grieving over the loss of a loved one. 12-year-old Dani Morrow from Osseo, Wisconsin was dealing with not one, but two losses over Christmas. WQOW's Emily Valerio shows how a group of strangers banded together to deliver a surprise she'll never forget. This piece was a day turn shot, written and edited by Emily.

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    The holidays can be hard on anyone who's grieving over the loss of a loved one. 12-year-old Dani Morrow from Osseo, Wisconsin was dealing with not one, but two losses over Christmas. WQOW's Emily Valerio shows how a group of strangers banded together to deliver a surprise she'll never forget. This piece was a day turn shot, written and edited by Emily.



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  • Core Inspection: Part I

    Core Inspection: Part I

  • Core Inspection: Part II

    Core Inspection: Part II

  • Seeing Past Dyslexia Part 1

    Seeing Past Dyslexia Part 1

    The neurological brain disorder we call dyslexia is as common as it is confounding. As many as one in five people may be dealing with symptoms. We invested a month in researching this complicated issue, and hoped to build the story around Addison, a bright, charming, and lively 11-year-old Eau Claire girl who is learning to deal with the everyday demands of a disorder that is frustrating, but entirely beatable.

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    The neurological brain disorder we call dyslexia is as common as it is confounding. As many as one in five people may be dealing with symptoms. We invested a month in researching this complicated issue, and hoped to build the story around Addison, a bright, charming, and lively 11-year-old Eau Claire girl who is learning to deal with the everyday demands of a disorder that is frustrating, but entirely beatable.

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  • Seeing Past Dyslexia Part 2

    Seeing Past Dyslexia Part 2

  • Seeing Past Dyslexia Part 3

    Seeing Past Dyslexia Part 3

  • Tattoos: The Style & The Stigma Part 1

    Tattoos: The Style & The Stigma Part 1

    Tattoos are painful, permanent, and more popular than ever. But if you get one, you need to be prepared for the judgment that goes with it, in both your personal and professional lives. In this two-part series, we examined the culture surrounding tattoos. Over the course of several weeks, we polled businesses, artists, and people on the street about body art and what, if anything, it might say about a person.

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    Tattoos are painful, permanent, and more popular than ever. But if you get one, you need to be prepared for the judgment that goes with it, in both your personal and professional lives. In this two-part series, we examined the culture surrounding tattoos. Over the course of several weeks, we polled businesses, artists, and people on the street about body art and what, if anything, it might say about a person.

     

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  • Hannah and Fritzy

    Hannah and Fritzy

  • Jefferson Awards

    Jefferson Awards

    Do you know someone who's doing extraordinary things for others in our community? Nominate them for a Jefferson Award!More >>
    Do you know someone who's doing extraordinary things for others in our community? Nominate them for a Jefferson Award!
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  • Interdependence Day

    Interdependence Day

    Because of the day off from work and the warm summer weather, the 4th of July is typically a day to celebrate outdoors with your favorite people. We call it Independence Day, but perhaps -- for reasons relating to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness -- we should reconsider that?

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    Because of the day off from work and the warm summer weather, the 4th of July is typically a day to celebrate outdoors with your favorite people. We call it Independence Day, but perhaps -- for reasons relating to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness -- we should reconsider that?

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  • Steve Betchkal's Videojournalist Composite

    Steve Betchkal's Videojournalist Composite

    Five stories, all shot, written, & edited by Steve Betchkal.  Hulaballoo, Hawk Walk, A Summer Production, Keeping Time, Play Time.


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    Five stories, all shot, written, & edited by Steve Betchkal.  Hulaballoo, Hawk Walk, A Summer Production, Keeping Time, Play Time.

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