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JOB OPENING: Editor/Producer

WBAY-TV is looking for a versatile editor/producer for a great opportunity at a strong news operation.

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Live Well Network Lives On

Live Well Network is continuing operations for another couple of months and will stay on WBAY channel 2-3.

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Job opening: Weekend anchor/reporter

Excellent opportunity for an experienced smaller market anchor or a larger market reporter with fill-in experience to work for the area’s #1…

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Job Opening: General Sales Manager

WBAY-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin, seeks an experienced General Sales Manager who will lead a highly motivated, successful and experienced tea…

Bill Jartz

Bill Jartz

As WBAY Sports Director, Bill won the admiration of sports fans. Then it was time to follow in another sports veteran's footsteps….

Cami Rapson

Cami Rapson

Her reports have earned more than a dozen awards from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Associated Press, and The Milwaukee Press Club…

Jeff Alexander

Jeff Alexander

Jeff has anchored WBAY-TV's top-rated newscasts since 1994, and is winner of a prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award.

Sarah Thomsen

Sarah Thomsen

Sarah Thomsen is a native to the Midwest, growing up in central Iowa and building a career in Wisconsin.

Kevin Rompa

Kevin Rompa

Morning anchor Kevin Rompa came to Green Bay determined to give Northeast Wisconsin “a reason to start the day with a smile.”