Hear the winners of national, state and local races on your area community radio station.
Many community radio stations are broadcasting reports from the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Here are a few community radio stations of the many sharing Election Night numbers.
- KBOO in partnership with a local paper is hosting an Election Night event. KBOO’s live-remote election coverage will be informative as well as satirical, including the Mood Ring Report and reports from a correspondent getting drunk under a comforter. Tune in 5:30-9 p.m. Pacific.
- In Madison, WORT is also partnering with a local paper for live coverage. Here’s the Facebook event.
WXPR will cover election returns from northern Wisconsin, both local races and state contests. Ken Krall, News Director and Miranda VanderLeest, Community Features Editor, will team up for the local coverage.
- On KMUN, there will be cut-ins by staff every 15 minutes to announce local, state and national results. This will begin around 8:30 p.m. Pacific.
- WTIP will provide coverage throughout the night, featuring local and state coverage, but touching on all the big news of the evening.
In addition, Democracy Now, which feeds out to many community radio stations, will offer rolling coverage on the air and online.