Posted by PAD on September 01, 2013 at 08:03:15:
Promos have been airing for weeks or more but I thought "Studio A" on Fox 6 was a new network show because the promos always piggyback on the Arsenio Hall Show promos. To my surprise, last night a longer promo played, showing a conference room meeting with Katrina Cravy, Brian Kramp (Kramp and Adler), and Ted Perry. The promo also for the first time showed the time Studio A would air, 4pm beginning September 9th. This led me to a simple Google search and here's an article from Duane Dudek at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that I must have missed.:
Brian Kramp, the former WLUM-FM morning show host dismissed in May, resurfaces as a "man-about-town" reporter for "Studio A," a new afternoon talk show on WITI-TV (Channel 6).
The hourlong show, hosted by news anchor Ted Perry and "Real Milwaukee" co-host and reporter Katrina Cravy, premieres Sept. 9 at 4 p.m.
"Judge Judy," usually in that time, slot moves to 3 p.m.
According to the station, the show "will focus on what’s happening and what’s current in our area, what makes Milwaukee such a vibrant place to live and raise a family."
It also will focus on the city's entertainment scene.
When Kramp was fired this past spring, the blowback on the station's Facebook page was "like a hipster Arab Spring," WLUM program director Jacent Jackson said at the time.
Kramp was let go after seven years in reaction to declining ratings.
His longtime partner, Jon Adler, remained with the station. He and Adler met at a campus radio station at UW-Whitewater.
Kramp and his wife own the Splash Swim and Wellness school in Mequon.
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