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  • Prairie Public to commemorate 100th anniversary of Armistice Day


    Fargo, N.D., November 8, 2018— Prairie Public is commemorating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day with special radio programming and the release of a collection of essays titled “Dakota Datebook Stories: The Great War.” The radio show airs Sunday, November 11, at 10 a.m. CT, and the collection of essays is downloadable at Historian […]

  • Senate debate postponed


    October 4, 2018—Prairie Public’s ND U.S. Senate debate scheduled for Friday, October 5, has been postponed as senators must remain in Washington for the Kavanaugh confirmation vote. Prairie Public will reschedule the debate between Rep. Kevin Cramer (R) and Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D) for a later date.

  • Viewers and listeners in Minot area will notice Prairie Public outages


    FARGO, N.D., October 2, 2018 — A nationwide “spectrum repack” requires that Prairie Public rebuild its Minot tower, so periodic television and radio broadcast outages will occur in the upcoming weeks. Radio listeners will notice outages, but can access Prairie Public via its online stream or app. Households that receive Prairie Public’s television signal via […]

  • Reception planned for retiring Prairie Public director of television


    October 2, 2018, FARGO, N.D.—Prairie Public Broadcasting is hosting an open house reception for its retiring director of television, Bob Dambach, who created documentaries and series for the non-profit television and radio network for more than 33 years. The reception is 5:30-7:30 p.m. on October 11 at Prairie Public’s downtown Fargo television studio. There will […]