Wisconsin, The Nation And The World Mourn Again

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (06/13/2016) – Stunned people throughout Wisconsin, around the United States and the rest of the world were shocked by the double tragedy that took place in Orlando, Florida over the weekend. The weekend started out when 22 year old Christina Grimmie, a rising star in the music world, was murdered by an assailant who shot and killed her during a meet and greet after a concert in Orlando. Police hadn’t even begun to dig very far into their investigation of that murder, when another gunman killed 50 people in an Orlando nightclub, and wounded another 53.

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To Continue Music, Internet Radio Stations Need A Break

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (01/22/2016) – If you are like many people, young, old, and in-between, who enjoy listening to music streamed on the internet, instead of a local over the air, broadcast radio station, perhaps because you like the internet radio station’s music mix better, or their much longer playlists, or, the variety, or for whatever reason, that may no longer be an option soon. There is a very real possibility that small, hobbyist class, microcasters, operating internet radio stations, could disappear completely if music royalty rates become impossible to continue operation. The existing digital music royalty arrangement expired, Dec. 31, 2015. […]

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GreatGold Classic Hits Continue Into The New Year

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (01/17/2016) – IN THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 2016, GreatGold Internet Radio continues their tradition of giving Extra Plays to Hit Songs by Bands with January Born Members and Solo Singers Born in January. They are also playing some Extra Special Music Surprises in their playlist along the way. GreatGold Birthday Buddies, GreatGold Surprises, and a whole lot more, throughout January, 2016.

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Business Cyber Security Set For Madison Summit

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (11/5/2015) – It used to be when a company was hacked, it was usually an issue for the IT department, but that is not the case today. Cyber crime is reported to cost businesses about $100 billion in the U.S. yearly. The average cost of a data breach for companies with 1,000 employees is estimated at $15.4 million, according to a study commissioned by IBM. This is an 82% increase from 2009. Some companies have reported losses in excess of $65 million.

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Wisconsin DWD Improving Re-Employment Services

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (03/02/2015) – The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is, effectively, re-launching Re-Employment Services this month, with enhanced, renewed energy. The DWD is making, what has been referred to as, significant  improvements to its federally mandated Re-employment Services (RES) System. The service is part of ongoing efforts to help Unemployment Insurance (UI) claimants return to work quickly.

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