Upcoming PBS Performances

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MontanaPBS brings you a collection of performances Thursday March 12, 2015 through Sunday, March 15, including Celtic Woman, Bryan Adams and Bruce Springsteen!

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Hyyppa elected chair of national Association of Public Television Stations board

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Eric Hyyppa, director and general manager of MontanaPBS based at Montana State University, has been elected chairman of the board of trustees of the Association of Public Television Stations.

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Finding Traction Local Premiere (Bozeman, MT)

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FINDING TRACTION tells the inspirational story of ultra marathon runner Nikki Kimball's quest to become the fastest person in history to run 273 miles on Vermont's Long Trail. 

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In From the Cold: The World of Richard Burton

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A celebration of an extraordinary man whose public image may have been seen as much different.

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Give the gift of MontanaPBS membership

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When you give the gift of MontanaPBS membership, you will help ensure that high quality award-winning programming continues to be enjoyed by all Montanans, and the gift recipient will enjoy membership benefits that last an entire year! 

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This just in... special tax-free gift option for 2014

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For those over age 70½, it is once again possible to make tax-favored charitable gifts from traditional and Roth IRA accounts.

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The Lawrence Welk Show: Great Moments and Memories

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Norma Zimmer and other stars showcase great moments from Christmas holiday shows.

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Stopping illegal fish dumping in Montana before it’s too late

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On Thanksgiving Day PBS NewsHour reported “Stopping illegal fish dumping in Montana before it’s too late ,” a report for Student Reporting Labs by Meri DeMarois and her mentor Anna Rau.

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Daniel Tiger visits Missoula for Homecoming Parade

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Daniel Tiger was a huge hit in the UM Homecoming Parade. William Marcus was his buddy on the float.  

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Driving Mrs. Roosevelt

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Ken Burns' film on the Roosevelts prompted this remembrance from Montana Public Radio host Allen Secher. 

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Coming in October: An Evening with the President of PBS: Paula Kerger

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Award-Winning Executive, Transformative Leader & Educational Activist and President of PBS: Paula Kerger will speak on the Montana State University campus.

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MontanaPBS Website Updated

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

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Support MontanaPBS by shopping on Amazon

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Now you can support MontanaPBS by shopping on smile.amazon.com!

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MontanaPBS wins Northwest Regional Emmy Awards

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Montana PBS and Montana State University alumni won four Emmys at the 51st Annual Northwest Regional Emmy Awards this month in Seattle with "11th and Grant with Eric Funk" and "Indian Relay" both winning in two categories.

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My art "Television Worth Watching" on the 30th Anniversary MontanaPBS tote bag

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Book bags designed by Mimi Matsuda Art are now available as part of our 30th Anniversary gifts for becoming a member of MontanaPBS. Become part of the family and tote your goodies with pride!

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