One of the Koch brothers paid the bills for the tonight’s PBS documentary on marijuana legalization. VPR also will air a Q & A with people who helped write Vermont’s marijuana legalization legislation.
Two Vermont co-producers of a family television program have taken out a local radio ad reminding Vermonters about Columbus Day.
Two very different Republicans – one from the Northeast Kingdom, the other from Southwestern Vermont – both ridiculed a superficial, highly partisan op-ed written by a former leader of VTDigger’s parent organization.
Press, public, the county sheriff, and the county prosecutor all were excluded from a government meeting about the future of the Grand Isle Court House, Mike Donoghue of the Islander reports.
Commentator and author Eric Metaxas today encouraged his Vermont radio audience to get involved in local government.
Two vax-skeptic Vermont journalists have been refused a place at Gov. Phil Scott’s weekly press conferences.
This July saw the best-read day, week, and month in the history of the Vermont Daily Chronicle. My heartfelt thanks to you.
In Burlington, social media operators cancel a gay Republican candidate for City Council. Soooo ‘inclusive.’
Information and tickets are now available for the September 10-11 visit of two national media powerhouses: China expert Gordon Chang and author/interviewer Eric Metaxas.
Project 14, a new statewide media outlet funded by the University of Vermont, will be led by former Obama White House communications staff member, Meg Little Reilly, a Brattleboro native and UVM graduate.