MontanaPBS Website Updated

Posted by Jeanine Schoessler on

The updated MontanaPBS website makes finding your favorite shows easier than ever! Learn more about the new features of our website.

Working with PBS’s SPI Team, the MontanaPBS website has been redesigned using Bento from the ground up. New features include:

  • Responsive web layout.
    Now finding information on your tablet or mobile device will be easier than ever; the website will fit accordingly with your screen size.
  • Embedded video.
    Fans now have the option to view shows directly from the MontanaPBS web page (when available).
  • Updated online guide.
    The viewer’s guide you know and love is now even easier to browse online.
  • Integration with national PBS content.
    Previews and content from your favorite PBS shows are now available through your local PBS.
  • More customized show pages.
    Shows now have the option for advanced custom theme options. Swing by 11th & Grant With Eric Funk to see the themed site by Scott Sterling.
  • and more!

Please excuse older pages as we change over into our new design. Pages such as our Donate areas and Satellite information will be updated soon!


For feedback or suggestions, please contact MontanaPBS.

Interested in how it was all done? Visit these links for more information.

Thank you:

  • Jen Carter & and the entire SPI team.
  • MSU’s Web Communications Team.
  • MSU’s Marketing Team.
  • Sarah Dudley from Rocky Mountain PBS. 
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