Host Liz DiNovella talks with Jessie Garcia, who became the first female sports television anchor in Wisconsin in 1992. Jessie discusses her book, “My Life with the Green & Gold”, Packer history, and her upcoming Wisconsin Olympic games.
Tuesday Night Quarterbacking (leftovers) on the Wednesday morning Buzz with Liz DiNovella.
(WORT) — Bo Ryan made headlines this weekend after Deadspin reported that the UW-Madison investigated the former men’s basketball coach about having an extramarital affair. Are we suddenly French? Or are we a Big Ten School? WORT Sports Director Elizabeth DiNovella keeps it real.
(WORT) — This week we cover Wisconsin’s right-to-work law being put on hold, the Madison Common Council proposing to take away powers from the mayor, and Tone Madison editor Scott Gordon talks to Madison rock duo Dick the Bruiser.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is trying to pack the Republican National Convention with sports stars. Ivanka Trump, the presumptive nominee’s daughter, said in an interview that the convention was not going to be a “ho-hum lineup of typical politicians.” Which is good planning by the Trumps, since so many ho-hum politicians, such as Jeb […]
The Green Bay Packers shareholders meeting is set for Thursday, July 21, at Lambeau Field. The Packers are the only team in any major sports league to be collectively-owned by its fans. It’s a rare bird in an ecosystem of billionaire peacocks like Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones. The team is a public entity, and […]