Radio & Television


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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Uninsured Or Unemployed? You Might Be Missing Out On Free Health Insurance
Millions of people who need insurance are eligible for free health care plans. A special enrollment period is ending on Aug. 15. Here's how to sign up in time.
Last Week, 1 In 3 U.S. COVID Cases Were In Florida And Texas
In the last week, 3 million Americans got their first shot. On Tuesday, the U.S. hit President Biden's July Fourth goal of 70% of adults receiving at least one shot.
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First came news that one athlete had tested positive; three more quickly followed. Now the whole team is being moved to a separate hotel.
NYC Becomes Largest U.S. City To Require Proof Of Vaccination For Indoor Activities
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the new policy will take effect starting September 13, and apply to indoor dining, gyms and entertainment venues.
More Than 300 Died In China Flooding, Three Times The Previously Announced Toll
The previous death toll was 99. The provincial government says 50 people remain missing after record rainfall hit Henan.
An Activist Who Helped Persecuted Belarusians Flee The Country Is Found Hanged
Authorities in Belarus have ramped up the pressure against non-governmental organizations and independent media. An Olympic runner has recently received a humanitarian visa from Poland.
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The Jamaican sprinter has nabbed gold in both the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes in Tokyo, after winning the same races at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Panic-Buying And Transport Lockdowns. In Wuhan, It Feels Like Early Pandemic Again
In a dramatic move reminiscent of the first days of the coronavirus in China some 19 months ago, flights and trains in and out of the city of 11 million have been halted.
She's Still Dealing With The Twisties, But Simone Biles Wins Another Medal In Tokyo
Biles looked happy and relieved after dismounting the balance beam, smiling and waving at the crowd to roaring applause. She's still experiencing the "twisties" but has found ways to cope.
Voters Are Set To Decide A Hard-Fought Democratic Primary In Ohio
The race pits Nina Turner, an ally of Bernie Sanders and the so-called Squad, against Shontel Brown, who has endorsements from Hillary Clinton and James Clyburn. The contest could be close.