Montana Focus

An in-depth news and public affairs series hosted by Gene Brodeur which tackles issues across the state relating to politics and government, natural resources, business development, and social changes. Produced by Gene Brodeur and Scott Sterling for MontanaPBS.

A Look Back
 (No. 217)
In highlights from the past two seasons, our first story takes a look at statistics which reveal most of Montana's homeless population has lived in the same area for at least two years. Next, in Helena, Moe Wosepka of Good Samaritan Industries and Maria Nyberg, director of God's Love Shelter, talk about their work with Montana's growing homeless population. In the op-ed segment, we visit with Missoulian Editor Mike McInally. And finally, Dr. Henrietta Mann talks about the significance of the Smithsonian's American Indian Museum. Montana Focus is produced by Gene Brodeur and Scott Sterling for KUSM/ MontanaPBS, MSU-Bozeman. (First Aired Thursday, July 07, 2005)



Montana Council on Homeless

Montana Department of Health and Human Services



National Museum of the American Indian

Montana Focus has been nominated for 4 Northwest Regional Emmy awards for Politics/Government coverage, on-air reporting, directing, and on-air graphics.  Montana Focus is also the proud recipient of 2 Montana Broadcasters/Greater Montana Foundation Awards for Non-Commercial Television Program of the Year, and 3 NETA Program Production Awards for News and Public Affairs.

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