WUWM E-NEWS January 2012
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In this E-NEWS, learn about NPR's Backseat Book Club and when The Moth and The Capitol Steps will be in Milwaukee!

  PlayState of the Union
Tonight (Tuesday) at 8 pm, WUWM will air President Obama's State of the Union address as well as the Republican response by Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels. Host Melissa Block will be joined in the studio by NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson.
Play  State of the State
On Wednesday (1/25) at 7 pm, WUWM will air Governor Scott Walker's State of the State address live. Following the speech, WUWM's Ann-Elise Henzl will be in the studio live with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
  StudioPlayWUWM's 2020 Capital Campaign Continues
The first phase of the WUWM 2020 Capital Campaign was a success and resulted in relocating to the new facility, hiring of Environmental News Producer Susan Bence and upgrading station equipment.

Now, we are embarking on the next phase of the campaign and need your support to build out the final two broadcast studios, create another specialized reporting position and grow the endowment fund.

If you are interested in learning more about these initiatives, please contact Melanie Johnson at 414-270-1122 or mnfisher@uwm.edu.
Book Club   PlayChildren's Book Club
NPR's Backseat Book Club, hosted by Michele Norris, is a special All Things Considered segment aimed at young people and parents looking for quality books to share with their kids. The book club encourages engagement with children - the kids who listen in their parents' cars or kitchens while doing their homework.
Every month, Michele picks a book and asks the young listeners to read it and submit questions. At the end of the month, Michele will talk with the author and ask the submitted questions. January's book is The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963.
  PlayMilwaukee's Economy: Next Steps for Growth
An Economic Forum
Wednesday, January 25 · 8:30-10 am · Discovery World
WUWM, UWM and WisBusiness.com present a public economic forum. Local community leaders will analyze the state of the Milwaukee-area's economy. Tickets are $15; free for students with ID. Register by emailing schmies@wispolitics.com.
  PlayThe MothThe Moth: True Stories Told Live
Thursday, May 17 · 8 pm · The Pabst Theater

Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of true stories, told live and without notes, to crowds worldwide. The Moth Radio Hour can be heard on WUWM. Tickets for this show go on sale on Friday, 1/27!
  PlayThe Capitol Steps
Friday, September 21 · 7 pm · The Pabst Theater

The Capitol Steps are returning to Milwaukee for an election year extravaganza. This political satire troupe digs into the headlines to create song parodies and skits. Right now, WUWM is giving away tickets to this show. The winner will be selected on Wednesday, 1/25.
Play  WUWM recognizes these underwriters: St. Olaf Choir, The Board Game Barrister and YMCA of Metro Milwaukee. Thank you for supporting Milwaukee Public Radio! View all of WUWM's corporate sponsors.

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