Last night, the Madison College District Board voted unanimously to expand their campus in south Madison. They plan to give up their downtown campus and lease out their building in order to pay for it. There was high interest among Madison’s communities of color and a packed turnout at the meeting. Molly Stentz was there […]
WORT 89.9 FM welcomes two new staff members, Elizabeth DiNovella and Darien Lamen. Elizabeth DiNovella is no stranger to WORT. She was the station’s News Director from 1999 to 2001. She has frequently hosted live election night coverage, and also spent decade working on the 8 O’Clock Buzz with Jan Miyasaki. DiNovella was previously the […]
Have you ever wanted to work behind-the-scenes at a radio station? Enjoy geeking out and learning new technical equipment? Love live radio? Want to gain professional experience? Like to meet new people and provide a valuable service? Just want to learn how a radio station works? Volunteer to become a sound board operator for WORT. We […]
(WORT) –A pair of bills at the Wisconsin Capitol brought thousands of protesters to the streets Thursday. Demonstrators participating in the Day Without Latinos Rally say pending legislation banning local governments from issuing photo IDs and cracking down on so-called sanctuary cities are anti-Latino and anti-immigrant.
In 2015, WORT successfully expanded our nightly news show, In Our Backyard. WORT is poised for more news growth in 2016 and you’ve made it possible. Radio news is different from many other media forms in that we cannot rely on printed statements and quotes from press releases-and we wouldn’t want to. We bring you […]
Have you ever wanted to work behind-the-scenes at a radio station? Enjoy learning new things? Love live radio? Want to gain professional experience? Like to meet new people and provide a valuable service? Just want to learn how a radio station works? Volunteer to become a sound engineer for WORT. We currently have two openings. This […]