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On the Job: Alt.Kilt

Madison-based kilt maker Regina Davan shares how she makes her custom kilts, which she sells to customers around the world.

Madison College shares its digital marketing expertise

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa interviews Kristin Uttech, professor of marketing at Madison College. The college recently enhanced its digital marketing offerings, introducing a 12-credit social media certificate and an innovative mobile-marketing program.

CATCH gives children's hospital a helping hand

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa interviews Jonathon Jordan of CATCH (Community Around the Children's Hospital), a group of professionals and other community members who use their time, talents, and energy to support American Family Children’s Hospital.

Drifty creates 'pickax' for high-tech gold rush

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Drifty co-founder Max Lynch. The Madison startup creates mobile development tools targeted at Web developers. "There's a gold rush right now with apps, and everyone's trying to build the next great app, so we're just here to kind of make it easier for people to do that," says Lynch.

Madison Reading Project tells inspiring story

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Rowan Childs, founder of Madison Reading Project, a literacy program for vulnerable children in Dane County. The program aims to get young kids excited about reading and "make readers into leaders."

Operation Generosity turns on the power of kindness

Madison Noteworthy co-host Christi Andringa talks to Ryan Birkicht of Operation Generosity, an online community dedicated to kindness advocacy. The website focuses on "generating and spreading great ideas of how to make the world a better place." For more information, go to operationgenerosity.com.

On the Job: The Chocolate Caper

In IB's inaugural On the Job video, The Chocolate Caper co-owner Dan Donoghue describes the care and skill that go into making the store's signature pralinés. Dan and Elizabeth Donoghue bought the popular Oregon candy shop in October.

EatStreet gobbles up more market share

Madison Noteworthy co-host Christi Andringa talks with EatStreet co-founder Matt Howard about his fast-growing online food-ordering service. EatStreet, which launched in 2010, allows customers to order from more than 200 restaurants in Madison and 15,000 across the country.

CapSquare Apps aims to help Madisonians explore their city

Madison Noteworthy co-host Mike Victorson talks with Ryan Matthes, "chief experience officer" for CapSquare Apps. CapSquare is the "first city-centric app company, founded to provide the people of Madison with smarter mobile technology to connect us to each other in new and inventive ways."

Dane County's 3-D printing pioneer

IBTV kicks off its partnership with Madison Noteworthy with this exciting feature on Midwest Prototyping, a local company that's on the cutting edge of 3-D printing services.

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