This week on a Northwoods Moment in History, local historian Gary Entz tells us how television came to be in the Northwoods.
Television is such a part of our everyday lives that most of us don’t think twice about it. With cable, satellite, and Internet streaming services, we have hundreds of news and entertainment choices available twenty-four hours a day. In addition, if we can’t find something we like, we can always pop something in the DVD or Blu-ray player. It wasn’t always this way, and earlier generations would have marveled at such modern conveniences.