(WORT) — A study to investigate providing high-speed public broadband in Madison is just getting underway. Mayor Paul Soglin is a supporter of creating a public internet utility that would provide equal access to broadband for all residents and says this feasibility study is the first step to making the plan a reality. Cameron Bren has this report.
(WORT) — Reporter Darien Lamen tells us how an 11th hour compromise was reached between county officials and Bethel Lutheran Church, who hosts the shelter.
Madison rapper Sincere Life talks with Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon about his new album, King Poetic Vol 1. He’ll be celebrating the release with a January 2 show at The Frequency.
Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon presents a brief mix of songs from Tone’s top 20 Madison records of 2015 list and honorable mentions list. 1. Czarbles, “Our Old Home” (from Nausea Trois) 2. CRASHprez, “Paranoia III” (from More Perfect) 3. Wood Chickens, “Hex On Me” (from their split cassette with Paint) 4. Tarpaulin, “Peter” (from Homesick) […]
(WORT) — Craft beer breweries have become a phenomenon nationwide. But what about small scale, organic wine makers? For more, we turn to André Darlington with the Farmers Market Report.
(WORT) — The City of Madison’s 2016 budget includes new funds for developing cooperatives in Madison. Alder Rebecca Kemble has the details on this new initiative and joins Harry Richardson and Helena White at the WORT Studios.