Today Karma Chavez talks with WORT’s very own Norman Stockwell to discuss “Rebel Reporting,” his new book on the collected lectures of the legendary rebel reporter, John Ross. The book outlines the basic responsibilities of a journalist, and provides instructions on how to document injustices and poetically pitch stories to audiences to create change in […]
Madison 365 is a new non-profit news website that hopes to address issues of racial injustice and foster city-wide dialogue.
Following the seizure of AP phone records in mid-May, 2013, the U.S. Senate introduced a media shield law to protect journalists from having to reveal their sources without a court order. Recently, however, a debate has arisen over who qualifies as a journalist and therefore those protections. On the August 16th A Public Affair, sub host Yuri Rashkin was joined by Craig Aaron, President and C.E.O of Free Press, to discuss the bill and controversy.
On Friday, June 7th, A Public Affair host Esty Dinur interviewed Andy Lee Roth, Associate Director of Project Censored. They discussed the founding of Project Censored, how Project Censored covers news that corporate media doesn’t, and some of the top censored stories from 2013.
Reporters Kate Golden and Bill Lueders from the Wisconsin Center For Investigative Journalism joined the Buzz on Monday, March 4, 2013 to bring us the latest on their stories.
Joining WORT over the phone on February 13, 2013, was Nikole Hannah-Jones. She is an investigative reporter at ProPublica, the public interest newsroom. She recently published an article on February 8, 2013, titled: How the Supreme Court Could Scuttle Critical Fair Housing Rule. She joined the Buzz to talk about fighting housing discrimination.
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