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Almost overnight, our world has changed. In a special “remote” edition of 10thirtysix, Milwaukee PBS tells the stories of how local residents have been impacted by the Coronavirus. 10thirtysix – Personal Stories, Public Pandemic airs on Thursday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. on Milwaukee PBS Channel 10.1.
Milwaukee PBS’ producers, technical staff and hosts have been working together – remotely – from their own southeastern Wisconsin communities, to tell stories of the impact of COVID-19 from their own neighborhoods. The special profiles a Shorewood couple who is recovering after falling ill with the Coronavirus. It will examine how COVID-19 has impacted Milwaukee’s African American community, and a heart-wrenching look at those mourning the loss of a loved one during this challenging time. The special also features the stories of “Milwaukee’s Helpers,” those going above and beyond in service to our community.
10thirtysix – Personal Stories, Public Pandemic will also air several times throughout April on Milwaukee PBS WMVS 10.1 and WMVT 36.1, and is available to stream on MilwaukeePBS.org. For more air dates and schedule information, visit MilwaukeePBS.org/schedule.