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  • Prairie Public seeks curious participants


    FARGO, N.D., July 27, 2018—Prairie Public is hosting an event in Bismarck that encourages civil discourse. “Ask A … ” is a model used to promote understanding among people with different life experiences and different cultures.   The focus at Prairie Public’s event on August 11 is Native American culture. Participants — either curious askers […]

  • Statement from Prairie Public Broadcasting


    Fargo, N.D., July 25, 2018—Prairie Public Broadcasting, Block 9 Partners, and the City of Fargo have been proactive in working together to ensure uninterrupted broadcast of the Prairie Public signal after the Block 9 project is constructed. In cooperation, the organizations have been weighing options together for nearly three years and are ready to take the […]

  • Political debates to air on Prairie Public’s radio and television network


    Contact: Matt Olien 701-239-7576 July 12, 2018—Prairie Public’s election coverage will kick off with a series of political debates moderated by Prairie Public producer Matt Olien and Prairie Public news director Dave Thompson. All the debates will air live on Prairie Public’s television and radio networks, and will also be streamed live online. North Dakota […]

  • Prairie Public announces winners of PBS Kids Writers Contest


    Fargo, ND, 5/7/2018 – Prairie Public has announced the winners of their 2018 PBS KIDS Writers Contest. Three hundred and thirty local children submitted creative entries, and all received certificates of participation and personalized, positive feedback. “Every year Prairie Public is a proud host of the writers contest because it underscores our commitment to the success of children,” […]