The GOP resolution says nothing about an attack on the Capitol. So why do state and national media insist it does?
Meg Hansen podcast ‘drops’ Feb. 21
A free-market think tank has launched a new podcast featuring host Meg Hansen interviewing informed guests about vital Vermont policy issues.
Vermont media vie for advertising in Senate committee today
Will Vermont’s emerging online news media pry a lucrative form of advertising away from traditional newspapers?
“All lives matter,” MLK niece told Vermont radio audience
At the height of the national agony following the George Floyd killing, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr. told an Essex Junction radio station audience why all lives matter.
Top News ’21: New Digger editor knocks communities “full of white people” (March 31)
Journalist Auditi Guha bashed communities “full of white people” as “boring” on Twitter on March 15, just two days before VT announced her hiring as a senior editor at VTDigger.
Weekly Media Briefing slides for Dec. 28 Gov. Phil Scott Press Conference
Every Tuesday morning Gov. Scott’s press office sends Covid-19 Data Modeling to the media before his noontime press conference. Now see it for yourself.
Stephanie Gorin leads VAB Hall of Fame inductees
From TV news anchors to camera operators to radio hosts, the VAB has new Hall of Fame members.
Video: Putney grad helps Soros bankroll U.S. media
George Soros is getting financial help from a Putney School grad and fellow billionaire to bankroll the U.S. media.
Putney school grad joins with Soros to bankroll U.S. media
A graduate of the politically-progressive Putney School is teaming up with George Soros to bankroll local media around the country.
Pro-pot Koch brother funded tonight’s PBS marijuana documentary
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.