Last day of the WYOU Spring Fundraiser. Please consider donating now. We need YOUR support if we are to keep the doors open, the lights on, and the programming running.
It’s the weekend and in the studio today are some very special folks. First there was Ed Garvey and John Nichols with their special guest Bill McKibben, author of the book, Eaarth.
Then Steve Singer, host of the WYOU program Wisconsin Megaphone welcomed crew members from the new film, Feed the Fish, into the studio. The movie was shot here in Wisconsin. Joining Steve was the writer/director Michael Matzdorff along with producers Nicholas Owen Langholff and Alison Anne Abrohams as well as the Director of Photography Steven Parker.
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Please donate by calling (608) 258-9644 or online at www.wyou.org. You can also mail in your donation to WYOU Community Television, 1202 Williamson Street, Suite 101, Madison , WI 53703.
WYOU Board meeting tonight at 6:30pm. Open to members.
Air times are:
Mondays at 5:00pm and 11:00pm
Wednesdays at 3;30am and 10:00am
Saturdays at 1:00pm and 8:00pm
Please donate to keep great programming like this on the air in Madison.
WYOU producer Sankulay Jallow recently video taped international performer Baaba Maal at the UW Memorial Union Theater in Madison. Be sure to tune into West Africa Experience at 4:30 pm (central) on April 25th to see footage from the concert as well as an exclusive interview with Baaba Maal himself.
The WYOU Spring Pledge Drive has been extended! You will be able to see all the great programming created here in our new studio for another seven days. Tune in all this coming week to see what’s been going on here at our new Willy Street location.
Here’s a couple clips from Catfish Stephenson’s performance in the new studio. Shot by WYOU board member Justin Bomberg.
And please consider donating. The station needs your financial support in order tp keep the doors open and the light s on. More than ever…please donate now. Call (608) 258-9644 or donate online at www.wyou.org.
Thank you for your support.
Be sure to tune in today to see all the great new programming creating by WYOU producers over this past week.
Just some of the highlights:
12:00 noon – Steve Schad on Guitar
2:00 pm – Wisconsin Megaphone with guest Rokker Inkwell
3:30 pm – Bellydancing UW
4:30 pm – Beerpocalypse Now!
7:00 pm – Madison En Vivo
9:00 pm – Smart Transit
10:00 pm – The Mad Kings
10:30 pm – Snodgraz Synima
Classes in full swing during the pledge drive. Instructor and WYOU Board Chair Rick Richards taught a Final Cut Pro editing class tonight at the new Willy Street location. The editing bays are all up and working.