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Relive or discover wholesome, favorite moments from classic shows or tune in to the local news and community events, any time of day with Lynxx 24 Television.
Lynxx 24 was created so that your viewing options can stay focused on local high school sports, happenings of the area or watch charming half hour to one-hour shows that you love.
Lynxx 24 Television lets you know all the wonderful things happening in Juneau and Monroe counties, so that you never have to say ‘I wonder what we can do for fun this weekend’ ever again! Almost everyone has had the experience of just seeing what something is about, such as a festival or fundraiser, and enjoyed the experience so much that you made new friends or became really excited about the cause or made a great memory.
If you imagine right now the last time you attended a local event, you’re sure to have a smile about it. So, now you don’t have to miss anything, and might even discover something new about your neighbors with our handy listing of hometown events.
Lynxx 24 Television creates its own programming options that are popular choices with many of our customers. Learn something new about the way the world works with “The Lab Scientific Experience” that explains a scientific principle and then lets you practice experiments at home. Trust us, this show is fun for all ages and is something you’ll enjoy. Other original programming includes:
- “Lynxx Foodie“ sponsored by Organic Valley Foods
- “Spotlight on Health” sponsored by Tomah Memorial Hospital
- “Someone You Should Know” human interest stories
- “Spotlight on an Area Business”
Lynxx 24 also covers New Lisbon Rockets High School football games and area events like “WaDuShuda Days” and “Camp Douglas Armed Forces Days.” Finally, look for seasonal programming, such as our “Christmas Special” that will let you celebrate with us as many times as you want.
Call 608-427-6515 to get Lynxx TV set-up and watch what’s happening in our areas.
Connect all the internet capable devices in your home & have them remotely managed by Lynxx.
Our lives are quite connected in our homes now, thanks to Wi-Fi, and the explosion of tablets, more advanced mobile phones, computers and televisions. All of this technology in one space can get overwhelming, especially when you have questions or irregular signals that seem to drop out at exactly the wrong times.
The technology environment in your home is unique, and we are here to make your experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible. That means with our Xxtreme Velocity Managed Home Wi-Fi Service, you will have reliable shared internet access with remote tech support. It’s almost like you have an electronic IT (information technology) partner working for your home for only $9.95 per month.
It’s simple and incredibly useful. The system can remotely assist in something like resetting a password, or determining why your connection has low strength and quality. And there’s so much more, like Internet speed checks that can measure if the connected devices in your home and the speed you are currently using match.
Initial connections of your Managed Home Wi-Fi Service by Lynxx’s technicians will mean you know that your technology is connected correctly. We follow through with maintenance of inside wiring (cabling, jacks, ethernet cables) and the Gigacenter’s router. That means you aren’t left trying to understand intricate technical systems that you rely on, but can feel confident that you have a partner who you can trust to keep things running smoothly. The best part is, every new device you add in the future can get the remote assistance you need to keep your connected life humming.
You asked, and we delivered! The truth is, technology advances all the time and doesn’t have the courtesy to wait for everyone to understand it. Modern times require modern solutions and Lynxx Xxtreme Velocity Managed Wi-Fi Home Service is here.
Share and enjoy an internet connection anywhere in your home!
Meet Michael Keeton
(No, not the actor Michael Keeton, but our guy is just as talented)
Job Title: Network Systems Engineer
Family Facts/Bio: Married with a 3 year old daughter and 3 week old son. It’s also a fact that I’ve learned my sleep schedule is no longer in my control.
Hobbies & Special Interest: Dirt biking, motorcycles, music, and working out. I also enjoy activities which employ both thought and hands-on attention including the creation, design, and repair of almost anything.
Proudest Accomplishment: Marrying my wife. I believe that on an individual level we all search and strive in direction towards the hunger to feel complete in our lives. For us, the decision was one of reciprical rewards.
What Do You Like Best About Your Job and Working At Lynxx? I like the sense of satisfaction from working with my co-workers and customers. It is refreshing to work with and provide services to others in an environment which eminates “esprit de corps”.
Meet Clint Donovon
Job Title: Network Engineer
Family Facts/Bio: Wife Christina, son Noah and daughter Lily.
Hobbies & Special Interest: Hunting and spending time with family and friends.
Proudest Accomplishment: Building my house.
What Do You Like Best About Your Job and Working At Lynxx? Being able to go to different places everyday to meet and help our customers. We live in a beautiful area of the state filled with great people.
Saturday, March 11
7th Annual Trivia Night Fundraiser! Gather a team to compete in a ten round team trivia competition. Proceeds go to Families First and their mission to assist Monroe County residents. Monroe Co Fairgrounds, Gold Building, Doors open at 5:00, Trivia at 6:30pm – 9pm. 4-10 Members Per Team, $20 per Team member. Register on Facebook at: Families First of Monroe County or call: 608. 374.4141.
Thursday, April 13
New Lisbon Chamber Business After 5 at the Body Shop Bar & Grill in New Lisbon. Join your fellow chamber members for networking and prizes. 5pm-?.
Saturday, April 15
Spring Fling Craft & Gift Show. 9am – 3pm. Grayside Middle School. 508 Grayside Avenue, Mauston
Friday-Sunday, May 19-21
Camp Douglas Armed Forces Days. Start your summer with family fun. Carnival rides, fireworks, a 5K run, pancake breakfast, live music, softball tournament, and a craft and vendor fair.
Winners of the Amazon Echo!
Marie and Todd were the lucky winners of the Amazon Echo as part of the Lynxx 3 Months Free Test Drive Promotion. The Echo is a voice activated smart internet access device that can answer your questions, read audiobooks and the news, report traffic and weather, give info on local businesses, provide sports info and more.
Annual Giving Tree Event
Lynxx recently completed its eighth annual Giving Tree event. This year, over 70 children’s gift wishes were fulfilled. New Lisbon, Camp Douglas, and Oakdale Elementary Schools collaborate with Lynxx on this event with children ranged in age from age 2 through 12th grade. All children’s names are kept anonymous.
The event originated as a leadership project created by Lynxx employee, Karla Krause, when she participated in the Juneau County Advanced Leadership Program.
Lynxx would like to thank the following individuals/organizations/businesses for their participation in the event: Members from Volk Field Air National Guard, Royal Bank employees and customers, Camp Douglas Memorial VFW Post 10911 & Ladies Auxiliary and Lynxx customers, employees and directors.
Along with Krause, other Lynxx employees that delivered gifts to the schools were Kevin Barth, Ann Anderson and Kayla Giraud.
Social Media Overview, Do’s & Dont’s
Social media is a website or smart phone application that enables users to create and share content, connect with other users, social network, learn and promote others.
As of this writing there are over 200 actively used social networks, but literally thousands exist catering to niche interests.
|Social Media DO’s
||Social Media DON’Ts
Here is a summary of the most popular networks in use today:
Facebook is the biggest and most used social media network. It was founded in 2004. It is a way to share thoughts, photos, links and things people support with both family and colleagues that are connected or “friended” with each other.
Twitter was founded in 2006 and limits the information someone posts. It is a networking site, often having links to other people’s writing or events within a tweet. Messages are limited to 140 characters or less
Founded in 2002, and launched in 2003, is for professional networking.
It connects people from similar industries and is business related. People can keep track of industry news and learn about new or existing employees and coworkers.
Founded in 2005, You Tube is the largest and most popular video-based social media site. Users can rate, comment and share the content they view. Browse everything from “how-to” videos to focused topic discussions and music.
Founded in 2010, it’s a way to organize interests into categories, or boards that can be shared. Think of it as a cyber idea and inspiration board that you can share with others.
Founded in 2010, it is a visual social media platform that lets users post photos and short videos that express themselves, travel, or their interests. Site has useful filters and lets people comment on what they see.
This social news and entertainment networking site was launched in 2005 and lets registered users submit content and links that can be voted on. People read and vote and the highest ranked information makes the top of a category on a main page.
This image messaging application from 2011 is a way to send a quick message and photo that only lasts for 15 seconds after it is opened. Users can add art and text to photos.
Lynxx On Demand puts thousands of movies titles at the touch of your remote. Including blockbuster films to the classics, some of your favorite TV shows, TV series and music!
Check our VOD page for the most current release information.
Releases from February (if still available):
The Edge of Seventeen
Manchester by the Sea
Coming this April:
Office Christmas Party
Roque One, A Star Wars Story
Releases listed above are current as of February 28th. Check our website’s VOD section for the most current release information.
A staple of the rural landscape, barns have served U.S. society for more than 200 years. Many of the old structures have fallen into disrepair because of time and weather. In this series, Mark Bowe and his crew of West Virginia-based craftsmen salvage antique barns and cabins before the timber can deteriorate. Their goal is to put new life into worn-out structures.