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Both Radio and Television Formats to Air Throughout the Weekend of August 19-21 on MPTV and WUWM
Milwaukee Public Radio invites you to join an intellectual investigation. For one week in April, WUWM presents Radio Lab, public radio’s award-winning series about wonder, discovery and big ideas. Radio Lab is produced by WNYC, New York Public Radio. The one-hour documentaries will air the week of April 7 – 11 at 11 a.m. Co-hosted […]
On Tuesday, February 5 from 7 to 9 pm, WUWM 89.7 FM – Milwaukee Public Radio will carry NPR’s Special Election Coverage of the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses. With competitive races in both parties and a chance that there could be at least one presumptive nominee by the end of the night, NPR will […]
Milwaukee Public Radio will air the national Democratic Presidential debate live from 1:00-3:00PM (CT) on Tuesday, December 4, 2007. The national debates are an exclusive radio-only broadcast and will also stream online. NPR News and Iowa Public Radio (IPR) are hosting this debate, which will be held at the State Historical Museum in Des Moines. […]
On March 21, 2007, VITAL Source founder and co-publisher Mehrdad Dalamie and co-publisher and editor in chief Jon Anne Willow sat down with Lake Effect’s Jane Hampden to talk about what it’s like to make it for five years as an independent, alternative print publication in an increasingly aggregated, corporate-owned media world. Click here to […]
Republican-created bill would limit protests of oil, water, fuel pipelines. If it passes, will Evers veto it?
Join us for a special evening event featuring New York Times bestselling author Seth M. Siegel in a conversation with WUWM’s Environmental Reporter Susan Bence that will explore how our drinking water got contaminated, what it may be doing to us, and what we must do to make it safe.
Fitzgerald appoints Bob Spindell, GOP donor and supporter of Voter ID law, to state commission.
Walker administration used flimsy interpretations of jobs reports to put a positive spin on the state’s economy.
‘Give Me Liberty’ headlines strong list of films slated for Milwaukee Film Festival.
Claims Wisconsin Examiner is “partisan” and “slanted” but provides not one example.