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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

After Going Shot For Shot, Olympic Athletes From Russia Win Men's Hockey Gold
The Olympic Athletes from Russia won 4-3 against Germany in a game where neither team had much to lose.
Canada Has Best-Ever Winter Olympics Performance, Despite Unexpected Losses
The country has 29 medals, including 11 gold, despite less-than-gold performances from their usual powerhouses.
Olympics' Board Does Not Lift Suspension Of Russian Olympic Committee
Calling two doping cases "hugely disappointing," the IOC's executive board said that factors had "prevented the IOC from even considering lifting the suspension for the closing ceremony."
South Korea's 'Garlic Girls' Win Silver Medal In Curling, Sweden Wins Gold
With their performance, the much-loved Garlic Girls medalled in a sport that's still unfamiliar to most South Koreans. The nation's first Olympic women's curling team debuted just four years ago.
Canadian Olympic Athlete And Coach Apologize After Drunken Joyride Arrest
Skier Dave Duncan, his wife and his coach were arrested after drunkenly stealing an idling pink Hummer in Pyeongchang. Until prosecutors weigh in, all three are restricted from leaving South Korea.
Teachers Respond To Trump's Push To Arm School Staff
After the Parkland shooting, some teachers think the president's proposal to give teachers guns could deter potential shooters. Others struggle with the expectation of putting their lives on the line.
French Food Waste Law Changing How Grocery Stores Approach Excess Food
Two years ago, France introduced a law to force supermarkets to donate unsold food to charities and food banks. Skeptics called it unworkable at the time, but there are signs the effort is succeeding.
Millennials Are No More Liberal On Gun Control Than Elders, Polls Show
Polling suggests millennials are more liberal than earlier generations on many social issues except gun laws. Pollsters say they can't explain this anomaly. Some millennials are surprised by it, too.
Memo By House Intelligence Committee Democrats Released As Nunes Addresses CPAC
The document counters Republican accusations that the Department of Justice, the FBI and the Mueller investigation are infected with political bias against the Trump campaign and the president.
Welcome To The Country With The Biggest Crush On America
Here's why Kosovo — land of Bill Clinton Boulevard, pets named Trump and a pantsuit boutique called Hillary — gives the United States its highest ratings.
How A Sneaky Alabama Town Launched America's 911 System
Fifty years ago, the Alabama Telephone Co. heard AT&T was creating a three-digit emergency number. So it decided to beat AT&T to the punch — and made the first 911 call in the town Haleyville.
Customs Agents Search A Bus Near Paris — And Discover A Stolen Degas Painting
The artwork was quietly spirited from a Marseille museum in 2009. The trail was cold until last week, when officers happened to check the luggage compartment of a bus.