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Newsmakers

Wisconsin Public Radio

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"Newsmakers" is a weekly news and current affairs talk show produced by WPR's La Crosse News Bureau. The program's host/producer is Ezra Wall (pictured above) with La Crosse senior news editor/producer John Davis. Interviews on the program explore politics, education, the environment and other regional issues relevant to southwest Wisconsin and adjacent portions of Minnesota and Iowa.
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Newsmakers | WPRI 12 News

Tim White, Ted Nesi

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Tim White and Ted Nesi host in-depth interviews each week with top politicians and others in the news from Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. Brought to you by WPRI 12, Fox Providence and myRITV.
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Nevada Newsmakers Videocast

Sam Shad Productions

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Nevada Newsmakers is a non-partisan statewide news broadcast that features discussions with and about the people and events that concern Nevada. From US Senators and Congressman to the lobbyists who roam the halls of the legislature all views are aired on this lively broadcast.
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The Newsmakers is TRT World’s flagship current affairs programme, featuring in-depth reports and interviews with the drivers of the biggest stories of the week. Hosted by award-winning journalist Imran Garda, we go to the heart of every issue, offering unfiltered debates, context and commentary that disrupt conventional perspectives on international affairs. We generate discussion, drive the news agenda and demand accountability from people in power. The Newsmakers is an honest and relevant ...
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A rare chance to draw back the curtain this week on Inside the Village as Frisco and Scott go one-on-one with retired Ontario judge Norm Douglas. After years as a respected prosecutor who then served on the bench, Douglas has penned his first book: You Be The Judge. Inspired by the visits he used to make to high school classes, the book recounts th…
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In this episode of Newsmakers, we’re talking about multiple aspects of the ongoing challenge of finding affordable housing. First, why is it so hard for many in the Driftless Area to afford a home to rent or buy? Guests from Habitat for Humanity and Extension La Crosse County are among those participating in an upcoming […]…
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Columbia University President testifies at Congressional hearing on anti-semitism...U.N schedules vote on Palestinian statehood...U.N. releases report on sexual and reproductive health worldwide...and a same-sex wedding cake lawsuit is working its way through California's court system.Kirjoittanut CRISTA Media
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This week on Newsmakers: Providence City Councilwoman Shelley Peterson talks with Alexandra Leslie about her diagnosis with multiple sclerosis; R.I. Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti talks with Kim Kalunian about what's next on the Washington Bridge crisis.Kirjoittanut Lee Dooley
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On this episode of Inside the Village, we really take you Inside the Village — to talk about a massive project that Village Media has been toiling away at behind the scenes. It’s called SPACES, a new kind of social media network designed to be safe and civil and 100 per cent community-powered. Simply put, SPACES is our attempt to bring back genuine…
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In southwestern Wisconsin, two basketball teams are getting ready for their spring season. But the teams are not bitter rivals. In fact, many of the players are friends. And unlike the March Madness action currently occupying TV and mobile screens, these players participate in a gentler version of the sport. In this “Newsmakers” conversation, host …
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Remember when measles were pretty much eradicated? So much for that. The number of confirmed cases in Canada has now reached 40 — more than three times the number in 2023. Why the resurgence? A growing number of kids simply aren’t getting vaccinated like they used to. The spike in cases comes just as public health agencies across the province are c…
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Nearly four years ago, provincial regulators started asking for public feedback on an interesting question: Should Ontario allow human composting? Although it’s legal in a handful of U.S. states, no Canadian jurisdiction has given the green light to this greener alternative to burial and cremation. Could Ontario be the first? To better understand h…
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In June, the Wisconsin-based High School Racing Association will be off to the races for their fourth season. The Association allows high school students to get behind the wheel of a real stock car and race in authentic, sanctioned events at local tracks in Wisconsin and Illinois. That includes tracks in La Crosse and Tomah […]…
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This week on Newsmakers: U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg sits down one-on-one with Ted Nesi to discuss the Washington Bridge crisis; Attorney General Peter Neronha talks with Kim Kalunian about the federal investigation into the bridge and more; then, Tim White and Ted Nesi break down the outlook for federal funding.…
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This week on Newsmakers: Ken Block, author of the new book "Disproven" and former candidate for Rhode Island governor, talks about what he found examining the 2020 election results for the Trump campaign; on the second half, Tim White and Ted Nesi are joined by Target 12's Eli Sherman and Rhode Island Current's Nancy Lavin to break down the announc…
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The UniverCity alliance is a program that marshals the research capacity of UW-Madison students in service of the unique needs of cities, counties, villages, townships and others across the state of Wisconsin. The Alliance has helped some communities learn how government bodies can operate more efficiently, and others determine how to address needs…
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More and more companies are adopting a four-day work week to help reduce employee burnout and increase productivity — and the idea appears to be working. A new report from the non-profit think tank Infinite Potential found that only nine per cent of employees report feeling burned out at organizations that have implemented a reduced schedule at the…
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16 state Attorneys General demand YouTube remove what they call dangerous and misleading information labels attached to videos discussing abortion pills...Nebraska Supreme Court hears arguments about overturning the state's restrictions on abortion and gender transition treatments..and lingering respitory and mobility problems continue to take thei…
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France first country in the world to make abortion a constitutional right...federal court rules Biden administration can't force religious employers and healthcare providers to pay for and perform “gender transition” treatments...and the U.S. Senate takes step forward in global fight for religious freedom.…
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