With a corporate pay-to-play internet looming, are publicly-owned broadband services a more egalitarian alternative? Patrick Lucey of the Open Technology Institute sure thinks so.
The Madison anti-drone campaign kicks it into high gear this spring. Mary Beth Schlagheck talks to the Monday Buzz about planned actions coming up at Volk Field, her upcoming trial date for civil disobedience and more.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently ranked Wisconsin the worst state in the nation to raise an African-American child. The Monday Buzz talks to Nonet Sykes about the report, why Wisconsin ranks so poorly and what, if anything we can do about it.
Prankster and political gadfly extraordinaire Vermin Supreme talks with Monday Buzz host Brian Standing about his 2016 campaign for President of the United States.
Indie pop quartet Oh, My Love performs live in the WORT studios — featuring the Eight O’ Clock Buzz’s own Kent Watson on guitar.
The U.S. Labor market doesn’t work. So says economist Bob Haveman. He joined the Buzz with some ideas about how to fix it.