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What’s on WBAY-TV 2 for Monday, February 2, through Sunday, February 8.
Program schedule for WBAY-TV 2-1 for Monday, February 9, through Sunday, February 15
Win a pair of tickets to see country singer Neal McCoy at Menominee Casino Resort on February 13!
Action 2 News has an excellent opportunity for an experienced reporter to work for the area’s #1 station. This is not an entry-level positio…
Join the WBAY TxT Club for an easy way to enter WBAY Rewards Club contests and score points for prizes.
Watch Action 2 News for keywords to win a week-long trip for FOUR to Jamaica or an overnight stay at Blue Harbor Resort in Sheboygan.
It’s a question many people ask us, and here’s the reason why.
WBAY-TV is looking for a versatile editor/producer for a great opportunity at a strong news operation.
WBAY TV-2 is seeking a highly creative individual with strong organizational skills and the vision to lead our promotions, strategic marketi…
Live Well Network airs on WBAY channel 2-3. In January, it moved around some programs.
Live Well Network is continuing operations for another couple of months and will stay on WBAY channel 2-3.
What’s on WBAY-TV 2 for Monday, January 26, through Sunday, February 1.
Action 2 News staff and viewers share their memories from Christmas past.
Excellent opportunity for an experienced smaller market anchor or a larger market reporter with fill-in experience to work for the area’s #1…
WBAY-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin, seeks an experienced General Sales Manager who will lead a highly motivated, successful and experienced tea…
As WBAY Sports Director, Bill won the admiration of sports fans. Then it was time to follow in another sports veteran's footsteps….
Her reports have earned more than a dozen awards from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Associated Press, and The Milwaukee Press Club…
Jeff has anchored WBAY-TV's top-rated newscasts since 1994, and is winner of a prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award.
Sarah Thomsen is a native to the Midwest, growing up in central Iowa and building a career in Wisconsin.
Morning anchor Kevin Rompa came to Green Bay determined to give Northeast Wisconsin “a reason to start the day with a smile.”