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The WisPolitics.com audience
WisPolitics.com has been providing in-depth coverage of Wisconsin politics since 2000, and now regularly reaches more than 36,000 unique individual users each month -- and sometimes more than 100,000 unique visitors during peak months.
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Background on WisPolitics.com
The WisPolitics.com family of Web sites has established a respected brand in the power centers of the state and D.C. through comprehensive coverage of political, government and business news delivered in a multi-media fashion hitting Web, TV, and print.
The companion sites are: WisPolitics.com, WisBusiness.com, WisOpinion.com, and MKEPolitics.com. There's also an annual printed publication, The WisPolitics.com Almanac, plus reprints of certain WisPolitics.com-generated products in newspapers around the state. And WisPolitics.com is an editorial partner of "UpFront with Mike Gousha," a richly produced and informative Sunday morning show on commercial TV stations around the state.