Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 6 reviews
Issues: Arts & Culture
Location: 207 N 5th St. PO Box 3240 Fargo ND 58108 USA
Programs: In addition to a roster of PBS and NPR programs, Prairie Public is a leader in providing award-winning, locally produced programs including "Indian Pride," "Prairie Crosses," "Prairie Voices: Iron Crosses of the Great Plains," "Scandinavian Traditions," "The Old Red Trail," and other documentaries on the history and culture of the people of the prairie. Informative programs including "Old to New: Remodel, Restore, Revitalize" and "Stewards of the Land" examine the most important issues that face our prairie people. Television interview program "Prairie Pulse" and radio interview program "Hear It Now" provide in-depth discussions with newsmakers, authors, performers, and experts in politics, culture, arts, and education. "Red River Showcase" travels across the region to spotlight the interesting people and places of Manitoba, North Dakota, and Minnesota. Local music programs, including "Soundcheck" and "The Old Red Trail Concert," feature talented area musicians.The "Rural Meth Awareness Project" was a series of television and radio programs that examine issues of importance in the fight against methamphetamine. These programs serve a primarily rural audience comprised of 700,000 residents spread across the 85,000+ square mile coverage area of North Dakota, eastern Montana, north western Minnesota. We also serve the population of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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Prairie Public Broadcasting provides service to all of the State of North Dakota aswell as parts of Minnesota and Canada. My wife and I listen to lots of news on Prairie Public Radio and we listen to quite a few programs as well. We love BBC World News on Prairie Public Television as well as many great programs such as Frontline and Downtown Abbey. It is a well run organization that is well worth our continued support!
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