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Radio & Television

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Radio & Television resources in the Madison Area

  • WHA - Public radio and television.
  • WORT-FM - WORT-FM is a non-commercial, listener sponsored, member controlled community radio station broadcasting to south central Wisconsin. WORT volunteers and staff provide quality programming and services to a broad spectrum of the community.

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NPR Top Stories

'I Can't Breathe' Examines Modern Policing And The Life And Death Of Eric Garner
"The reality is that Eric Garner died at the hands of a police force and a criminal justice system that were designed entirely by white people, for the most part," says journalist Matt Taibbi.
Megyn Kelly Blasts O'Reilly, Says Silencing Of Women 'Has To Stop'
Bill O'Reilly denies allegations of serial sexual harassment and has said no one at Fox News filed complaints about his behavior. That's false, former Fox News star Kelly said Monday: "I complained."
Trump's Comments Under Consideration During Bergdahl Sentencing Hearing
The Army judge, Col. Jeffrey Nance, posed the question of whether the sergeant could receive a fair trial after comments made by the president, who has repeatedly called Bergdahl a traitor.
Italian Runner Wins Venice Marathon After All The Favorites Take A Wrong Turn
In a bizarre twist, the city's own Eyob Ghebrehiwet Faniel won after leading racers followed an errant motorcycle. In the process, Faniel became the first local to win the marathon in 22 years.
Gold Star Widow: Trump Call 'Made Me Cry Even Worse'
Myeshia Johnson spoke out for the first time Monday about the death of her husband, Army Sgt. La David Johnson, in Niger and the White House response.
State Department Reportedly Revokes Visa Of Magnitsky Act Campaigner
Bill Browder lobbied Congress for passage of the 2012 law that targets Russian officials close to Vladimir Putin who are thought to be responsible for the prison death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.
Dubai Jails, Then Frees, Scottish Tourist Over Touching Man In A Bar
One day after a Dubai court ordered Scottish tourist Jamie Harron to spend three months in jail over touching a man as he passed him in a bar, Dubai's ruler has ordered Harron freed.
Top Stories: McCain Criticizes Trump; New Director Accused Of Harassment
Also: A Vietnam vet and medic who saved dozens of lives will receive the Medal of Honor; Sen. Schumer (D-N.Y.) seeks a CEO for Puerto Rico disaster recovery; and David Letterman wins the Twain Prize.
Hollywood Director James Toback Accused Of Harassment By Dozens Of Women
The Los Angeles Times reports that 38 women have leveled accusations against the Hollywood director who also wrote the 1991 film Bugsy, starring Warren Beatty. Toback has denied the allegations.
A Tale Of Two Efforts To Improve Confidence In U.S. Elections
One effort, centered on President Trump's voter fraud commission, is mired in controversy. But efforts to improve communication between the feds and election officials are showing progress.
After Controversy Over Condolence Calls, Can Trump And The White House Refocus?
The president once again got sidetracked and mired in a controversy of his own creation for a week. He has a chance to move on this week to more pressing things of substance, but can he?
In Memory Training Smackdown, One Method Dominates
A comparison of two memory training methods often used by scientists found that one was twice as good as the other. But neither succeeded in turning people into cognitive superstars.