radio

Some radio stations dropping Michael Jackson

Radio stations in New Zealand and Canada have dropped Michael Jackson from their playlists, following new accusations of abuse by the late pop star in the documentary "Leaving Neverland."

How NBC botched the Megyn Kelly rollout

In less than a month since its debut, Kelly's Sunday night NBC program has become the subject of national controversy due to her interview of fringe radio host Alex Jones, as critics on both the left and the right have accused her of journalistic malpractice.

Technical challenges delay DaneCom until 2017

The new emergency communication system, DaneCom, that was supposed to be turned on last year, will not be turned on until 2017 due to "significant technological challenges," officials said.

SiriusXM settles with states to pay eligible consumers restitution

Settlement resolves claims company engaged in misleading advertising, billing practices

Wisconsin's attorney general joins 45 other attorneys general who have agreed to a settlement with SiriusXM Radio that will provide restitution to eligible consumers, according to a release.

Rodgers says his hamstring is 'fine'

Packers QB ready to face Bears Sunday

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says the hamstring he injured in the game at New Orleans a week ago is not a concern heading into Sunday's game.

New Dane County emergency system faces more delays

$18M communication systems originally set to be released last summer

The rollout of Dane County's $18 million emergency communications system set for Monday has been postponed again, and its day-to-day manager said there is no information available "as to when it may commence."

Stoughton man convicted of sexual assault

Police: man was trying to take photos up a woman's skirt

A Stoughton man entered pleas of no contest to charges of sexual assault Monday in connection with an incident inside a Radio Shack where he worked this summer.

21-year radio veteran hosts last show on WMMM

Gallagher was program director for 15 years

Entercom Communications is letting midday host and program director Pat Gallagher go after 21 years at 105.5 FM WMMM in Madison. He served 15 years as program director.

Janesville schools implement portable radio system

Response to Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting

The Janesville School District is set to implement portable radios in all public schools to decrease police response time in light of the Dec. 14 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut.