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MTPR Generation Listen

Nov 19, 2014

Were you a backseat baby listening to NPR in the 80s and 90s? Kudos to your smart parents! If you discovered public radio on your own, welcome!

Generation Listen is a movement to connect the next generation of public radio listeners to their local stations. We look forward to exchanging ideas and having smart conversations online, over the air and at events.

Join in! Contact Membership Manager Anne Hosler at anne.hosler@mtpr.org

Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends Sunday, November 5, 2017.
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The new schedule means some of your favorite short form shows may have a new time slot. Find out when they air.

MTPR Program Changes Explained

Nov 14, 2014

There are some big program changes coming up on MTPR. MTPR Directors William Marcus, Michael Marsolek, Eric Whitney and Linda Talbott talk about the changes and why we've made them.

Montana Public Radio is poised to move into our 50th anniversary year excited by new possibilities – with a new news director, exciting changes to our program schedule and a profound commitment to our mission: to enrich the mind and spirit, inspire a lifetime of learning, and connect communities through access to exceptional programming.

When Is It?

Nov 14, 2014

If you can tell the day and time by what you are hearing on MTPR, you might need to keep your watch handy for a few weeks.

Grab The New Program Schedule

Nov 12, 2014

MTPR's new schedule starts November 17th.

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