Special Presentation to President Cruzado

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MontanaPBS presented Montana State University President Waded Cruzado with a duplicate of 11th & Grant with Eric Funk's Emmy award in honor of her great support of MontanaPBS!

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Congratulations to our student producer, Cassie Wilson

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Congratulations to our student producer, Cassie Wilson, for her recognition by NETA Programming for her work crafting the "MontanaPBS Summer Sizzle" promotion this past year!

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Montana Regional Emmy Winners

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Montana 2009-2010 Emmy Winners

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MontanaPBS Garners 2010 Emmy Nominations

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MontanaPBS picks up 14 NATAS Emmy nominations. Winners will be announced at the 47th annual Emmy awards banquet to be held June 5 in Snoqualmie, Wash.

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CPB President and CEO Comments on House Appropriations Vote

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CPB President and CEO Patricia Harrison comments on the House Appropriation committee's decision to restore some, but not all, funding to public broadcasting.

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Blackfoot Challenge featured in PBS Program

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Local efforts to protect wildlife habitat in the Blackfoot Valley will be featured in the upcoming public television program entitled “State of the Planet’s Wildlife.” This program, part of the critically acclaimed series Journey to Planet Earth, airs April 18 at 8 p.m. on MontanaPBS.

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Senate Appropriations Committee Suggests Restoring Funding

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A U.S. Senate subcommittee has proposed restoring most of the funding the House appropriations committee initially rescinded for public broadcasting.

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MontanaPBS Station Managers Respond to Recent Headlines

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MontanaPBS’ mission leads us to choose programs that elevate our understanding of the world, encourage respect for one another, and influence our lives in a positive way. We choose programs that connect our citizens; discover common ground; and celebrate the independent spirit and beauty of Montana. We focus on the needs of our Montana community.

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House Amendment Offered to Restore Public Broadcasting Funds

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Representatives David Obey (D-WI), Nita Lowey (D-NY) and Jim Leach (R-IA) intend to offer an amendment to restore $100 million in FY 2006 funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting that was rescinded by the House Appropriations Committee.

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House Votes to Restore $100 Million to Public Broadcasting

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The full House of Representatives voted to restore $100 million in federal funding for public broadcasting. Eighty-seven Republicans joined 196 Democrats and 1 Independent in supporting an amendment put forward by Representatives David Obey, Nita Lowey and Jim Leach to restore the FY 2006 CPB funding level to $400 million.

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Congressional Panel Votes to Cut Funding for Public Broadcasting

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House appropriators have proposed over $220 million in federal funding cuts for public broadcasting in the new fiscal year. This represents nearly a 45% reduction in public broadcasting funds and will significantly affect public television and radio stations around the country.

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Friends Volunteers Win National Awards

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Longtime Friends of MontanaPBS board members and volunteers, Nancy Flikkema, Joan Coffin and Arthur Coffin have won awards from the National Friends of PBS.

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Joe Sample & Conrad Burns Honored by Friends

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Joe Sample and Conrad Burns were honored recently for their support of MontanaPBS.

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