Spectrum News Now Available in Milwaukee
Great news for spectrum subscribers in Milwaukee their news channel is now available for public viewing.
Is it also available for Time Warner Cable subscribers? Definitely. Spectrum is owned by Charter Communications that bought TWC.
Launching of Spectrum News also opens job opportunities to everyone. They have a couple of job openings but no date was announced last October to when it will be fully operational. In addition to that, Spectrum News 1 Wisconsin: Milwaukee Wisconsin is the 7th headquarters in US.
Channel Availability in Wisconsin will be Channel 1 for standard definition, Channel 700 for high definition in Charter Legacy users and Channel 1001 for high definition in TWC legacy users.
“Spectrum News 1 will serve the greater needs of viewers in Wisconsin through a statewide news format and the creation of original programming and content that is reliable, objective and relevant,” the vice president of Spectrum News, Alan Mason said last Monday.
Morning local news will be anchored by Sachelle Saunders starting from 6 in the morning. Jason Fechner will anchor evening news from 5 in the afternoon. JD Rudd and Craig Koplein will update the weather reports from meteorologists.
Green Bay Packers is included in the sports programming of the news channel. Packed with live post-game highlights and analysis after each game subscribers can now enjoy updates.
Every Wednesdays at 7 pm ”Packers Live” of Channel 4 Lance Allan together with Wayne Larrivee. You will get updates from Leroy Butler himself who used to be a former Packer and Gary Ellerson every Mondays at same time 7 pm.