Tuesday, Feb. 7 | 7:30 p.m. CST | Prairie Public Television The MSUM School of Communication and Journalism is proud to announce its Broadcast Documentary class will have “Crafted: A Romance With Beer,” airing on Prairie Public Television. The student produced show will be seen Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m., Central Time. The documentary will reach an audience across North Dakota and […]
The documentary from Martin Grindeland’s fall semester broadcast documentary class titled Mall Walkers: Heart & Sole has been scheduled for broadcast on Prairie Public Television stations.
Dr. Paul Sando, Anthropology and Earth Science, has a news article covering backlog and late movement of last season’s harvest by the railroads accepted for publication in the May issue of “Trains Magazine” (due in April), his comments on railroad safety and oil transportation were featured in a report by Dan Gunderson on MPR’s Morning Edition on March 13, 2014, […]
April 1 and 2, PBS presented the worldwide premiere of Kind Hearted Woman—an unforgettable portrait of Robin Charboneau, a 31-year-old Oglala Sioux woman living on North Dakota’s Spirit Lake Reservation. The documentary, which is co-presented by “Frontline” and “Independent Lens,” follows Charboneau over the course of three years, including her life on the Spirit Lake reservation, as a single parent […]
On Tuesday, Nov. 28, five students from the Cinethusiasts Film Club volunteered at Prairie Public Television for the station’s pledge drive. Nate Bakke, Kelly Dunifon, Conor Holt, Kristen Jensen, and Patrick McKeown answered phone calls from local donors all evening, got a tour of the studio and enjoyed free food from the Fry’n Pan. Volunteering at Prairie Public has been a […]