Wisconsin Film Festival preview, Junk fees, Election polls

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We check in with the artistic director of the Wisconsin Film Festival about what to expect from this year’s event. Then, we talk to an expert on consumer law about the Biden administration’s plan to address “junk fees.” And, we talk to a journalist about the latest election polls.

Featured in this Episode

  • What's in store at this year's Wisconsin Film Festival

    The annual Wisconsin Film Festival is coming up next month. We check in with the festival’s artistic director about what will be shown this year and how to get the most out of any film festival experience.

  • How the Biden administration plans to address 'junk fees'

    Last week, the Biden administration announced a plan to create a “Strike Force on Unfair and Illegal Pricing,” which would attempt to address “junk fees” on live event tickets, housing costs, financial services, internet services, and more. We talk to an expert on consumer law about what junk fees are, how they affect consumers and the possibility of eliminating them.

  • What can current polls tell us about the upcoming election?

    We talk to CNN’s Harry Enten about the latest election polls as November gets closer, and what we can—and can’t—take from them.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Mike King Guest
  • Ariel Nelson Guest
  • Harry Enten Guest
  • Dean Knetter Executive Producer
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Beatrice Lawrence Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director

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