Hall of Fame
Since 2008, Wisconsin Community Media has been recognizing the dedication of community television professionals who provide access television services to their communities. Those the Wisconsin Community Media Board of Directors nominate for this honor have devoted countless hours to the mission of access far above what is required in their work. They have been valued leaders on the state level and we will always remember their contribution.
Hall of Fame Inductees
"Empowering people to create media for human purposes."
2019 Hall Of Fame Inductee: Dawn Wills
RFC-TV River Falls
In 2001, barely one year after you started with the city, you were elected to the WAPC (now WCM) Board of Directors. Your can-do attitude, flare for administration, and generous attitude toward all, marked you instantly as a leader. During your tenure, you served as secretary and then president for three years from 2002 – 2005. At that time, the president took on the lion’s share of the administrative tasks, which, as the organization grew, became increasingly time-intensive. During your tenure, WAPC undertook a strategic planning process that resulted in the formation of an executive search committee and the hiring of WAPC’s first part-time executive director in 2006. Letter to Dawn
2018 Liz Harlow, Oregon Cable Access Media (OCA Media) Letter to Liz
2017 Bonnie Lundy, Fitchburg FACTv Letter to Bonnie
2016 Dan Kummer, Marshfield Community Television Letter to Dan
2015 Mick Givens, Rice Lake Television Letter to Mick
2014 Connie Darling, Fitchburg - FACT Letter to Connie
2013 Mary Shanahan-Spanic, West Allis Community Media Center Letter to Mary
2012 John Jordan, Wausau Area Access Channels Letter to John
2011 Pam Steitz, Sun Prairie Kids-4
2010 Jon Urben, Oshkosh Community Media Letter to Jon
2009 Judi Kneece, Janesville Access Television - JATV Letter to Judi
2008 Wade Britzius, Trempealeau County Community Television
The names of the Inductees are on a traveling plaque. During the year of induction, the recipient's access center displays the plaque.