Host Allen Ruff is joined in the studio by two WORT regulars: Bob McChesney, Professor of Communication at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Matt Rothschild, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. They talk about the importance of community radio and the necessity of supporting independent voices in today’s media landscape.
Professor Bob McChesney of Media Matters for America speaks with substitute host Bert Zipperer about hope in the role of media.
Pledge drive continues with and important discussion on the state of education in 2017. Our guest for the hour is Timothy Slekar, Dean of the School of Education at Edgewood College. He began his career as a second grade teacher in Virginia. He then taught fifth grade in Pennsylvania, He earned his PhD in social […]
We are in a rare, historical period in our country. To unpack this, Allen Ruff is joined during this pledge drive edition by Bob McChesney and Matt Rothschild. If you didn’t donate already, it’s easy! Call us at (608) 256-2001 or support online here.
WORT-FM Community Radio, together with the Wisconsin Book Festival, hosted the kick-off event for the national book tour of PEOPLE GET READY, the new book by John Nichols and Robert W. McChesney that looks at the future of technology and how it will impact our way of life. On Friday, January 19th in the Madison […]
12 PM: What effects does the digital divide have on the future of democracy? Today Allen Ruff talks with Bob McChesney, co-author of the newly released book “People Get Ready,” to discuss this and the need for a new economy. But first, assistant news director Dylan Brogan gives an update from the “Day Without Latinos […]