Amy Goodman of Democracy Now supports WYOU!
Tune in tomorrow at 1:00 pm as we kick off our LIVE 2009 Fall Membership Drive! Watch live shows, performers, bands, dancers, panels, talk shows and demonstrations all week long. Sunday October 18th through October 25th.
1:00-11:00pm Sunday October 18th
6:30-11:00pm M-F October 19th-23rd
1:00-11:00pm Sat/Sun October 24th-25th
Streaming LIVE at wyou.org and also on cable TV in Madison and greater Dane County at channels digital 991 or analog 95.
Amy Goodman of the nationally syndicated program Democracy Now is in Madison this weekend, and she came into WYOU this morning to do her live broadcast from our studio.
Friday morning, bright and early at 6:00 am, just before the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Progressive Magazine is to begin, the world-reknowned cutting edge free-speech news journalist, Amy Goodman came to Madison’s only community television station, WYOU, to tape the daily edition of Democracy Now!, the widely viewed program which covers the news that mainstream media doesn’t.
The atmosphere was positive to bring a positive start, inspiration and professional approach to the studio in a matter of minutes. With a make-up artist, a satellite truck in the parking lot and professional assistants to coordinate the program with the New York studio, the buzz of energy was exciting and remarkable. Goodman was kind, friendly and professional. She encouraged the station and offered clips to encourage sponsorship of WYOU on-air. Busy as can be, the crew rushed off to the next event at the Progressive Anniversary Celebration.
Twice each day, starting April 27th and running through May 15th, we will be airing a special hour and a half of Democracy Now. Watch for the expanded episodes at 7:00am and again at 5:30pm.
Our upcoming December schedule is looking to be a good one! Lots of new programs along with some holiday cheer!
Amy Goodman & Jeremy Scahill filmed LIVE at the Barrymore; Tuesday nights at 8:00 pm and Mondays at 9:30 am.
The Making of the Mad City Chickens documentary; Monday at 9:30 pm and Sundays at 10:00 pm.
Bang Camaro Rocks in Madison; Fridays at 9:00 pm & Thursdays at 11:00 pm.
The Free Speech Channel’s Grit TV; Tuesday-Friday at noon.
Link TV’s Explore & World Music; 8:00 pm Saturday nights.
Newly updated WYOU Community Calendar, what’s happening in Madison! Now M-F at 2:30 pm.
A Christmas Memory, feature film; Thursdays at 3:30 pm.
Village of Dreams, feature film; Tuesdays at 4:00 pm.
The Dutton’s Christmas Holiday Special; Wednesdays at 4:30 pm.
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol; Tuesdays at 10:00 am.
And some favorites from the WYOU archive:
More Than Enough: The Mifflin Street Co-op Story, Monday 8:30 pm & Tuesdays 9:00 am.
Out To Lunch, sketch comedy, Thursday evenings at 11:30 pm.
Video-a-Go-Go, UW student films, Fridays 9:00 pm and Wednesdays at 11:30 pm.
The Yungling & Someday, locally produced independent films, Tuesdays at 12:00am in the morning.
*Note: Additional airings during the week will be available for most of the programs listed above. Check our online schedule for up-to-date days and times.
Tune in to see the recent visit by Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman and Blackwater author Jeremy Scahill to Madison’s Barrymore Theatre. The event was co-sponsored by WORT FM and WYOU and was filmed by the WYOU production team of Natalie Hinckley, Karen Chin, and Eric Allin.
Watch the entire 2 hour program during the month of December. It will air Tuesdays at 8:00 pm with repeat showings on Mondays at 9:30 am and an insomniacs airing on Thursdays at 3:00 am.
Watch live coverage of the election results with Democracy Now and WORT-FM right here on WYOU.
Tune in Tuesday night November 4th for Democracy Now from 6:00-8:00pm. Then we’ll be live from the W.O.R.T. studios between 8:00-9:30pm. And from 9:30-11:00pm, we’ll head back to Amy Goodman on Democracy Now!
We’ve just been informed by Free Speech TV that the popular news program Democracy Now with Amy Goodman will immediately be airing an additional half hour of coverage for the remainder of October. That’s an hour and a half of Democracy Now each weekday evening between 5:30-7:00 pm and in the morning 7:00-8:30 am.
A half hour of our regularly scheduled programs will be preempted during these times, but they will return to their normal air times in November.
The recent Madison visit by Amy Goodman and Jeremy Scahill to the Barrymore Theatre was captured by WYOU’s all-star production team of Natalie Hinckley, Karen Chin, and Eric Allin.
Catch an hour and a half of the shoot this Monday at 1:30 pm during the WYOU Open Afternoon. Then watch for the full program to air in the December schedule with numerous repeat showings.
Read a good book lately? Want to spend time with the authors and benefit community media at the same time?
The 7th Annual Wisconsin Book Festival, together with WORT-FM Community Radio and WYOU Cable TV present: A special “Meet the Authors” reception with “Media Matters” host (and former WORT programmer) Bob McChesney; award-winning journalist Amy Goodman, host of “Democracy Now!” (who was recently arrested while covering the RNC in St. Paul); and independent reporter Jeremy Scahill, whose Blackwater exposé sparked a Congressional inquiry. Friday October 17th, 2008 – 5:30-7:00pm – at the Barrymore Theatre
lobby, 2090 Atwood Avenue. Refreshments will be provided. Tickets – $50 per person. All proceeds go to benefit WORT-FM AND