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The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
Available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.

Vermont Public Radio’s daily news podcast. Get up to speed on what's happening in Vermont, in under 15 minutes.

Hosted by Henry Epp and Anna Van Dine, and available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.

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Latest Episodes
  • A recap of Gov. Phil Scott’s budget address. Plus, state regulators warn Vail not to refund EB-5 investors, ferry service gets cut back, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • A majority of Vermonters support a public mask mandate and other COVID mitigation measures. Plus, another candidate enters the race for lieutenant governor, and a preview of Gov. Scott’s budget address.
  • A train station in New Haven moves down the road. Plus, UVMMC goes to emergency staffing, Act 250 in court, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Results from the first part of the latest VPR-Vermont PBS poll. Plus, COVID-19 numbers, rising cases in elder care homes, and remote legislation.
  • A field recordist explains his method for capturing wildlife sounds. Plus, analysis of Gov. Scott’s latest COVID-19 press conference.
  • How one performing arts center is trying to adapt to the latest surge in COVID infections. Plus, a bill to create a child welfare office, another lieutenant governor candidate, and remembering Ronald Chesney.
  • The youth mental health crisis in Vermont. Plus, changing school guidance, a healthcare startup plans hires, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • A look at the state’s COVID modeling. Plus, what to do if you test positive.
  • Takeaways from the governor’s annual address. Plus, COVID-19 numbers.
  • Towns choose whether or not to hold town meetings in person during another COVID year. Plus, another single-day case record, but hospitals are managing so far, and the legislature gavels in.