(WORT) — This week we cover the future of the Oscar Mayer site, intolerance on the UW-Madison campus, and interview author Jon Ronson on his latest book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed.
Around 60 people gathered on Madison’s north side Wednesday night to share their ideas about how the city could help breath new life into the sprawling Oscar Mayer facility once Kraft Heinz leaves the area this year. Darien Lamen reports.
(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.
Hosted by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Executive Director Matthew Rothschild. Guests include: Andrea Kaminski of the League of Women Voters; State Rep Terese Berceau; Madison Alder Rebecca Kemble; and Masood Akhtar.
MADISON (WORT) — After nine hours of debate, the Madison Common Council voted to approve the controversial Judge Doyle Square project this week. In the wee hours of the morning Wednesday, alders voted 12 to 6 to make the $200 million project a reality.
What’s the news that didn’t make the news? How do we fight media censorship and champion independent media? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!