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How are we doing? Share your feedback about Montana Public Radio. Why do you listen? What do you like? What's working, and what's not? Leave your feedback here, on our facebook page, or leave us a message when you donate. Thanks for tuning in!

A Pledge week message from Linda Talbott, Montana Public Radio Interim Director.

Become a sustaining member today, or call 406-243-6400, or 800-325-1565 to donate.

I tell anyone who asks that I have the best job on the planet. I not only have the privilege of steering Montana Public Radio into its 51st year, I also have the partnership of thousands of deeply engaged listeners - helping, donating, and rooting for our station’s success.

Bill Harley Live In Missoula

Oct 1, 2015
Debbie Block

Hilarious. Witty. Wonderful.

A show for kids of all ages and grown-ups too!

Sunday, Nov. 1 - 2:00 p.m. - Dennison Theatre, UM campus, Missoula

Buy Tickets Online or Call 800-838-3006 

Ira Glass talked storytelling in Missoula Saturday Sep. 12.
Josh Burnham

Everyone has a story, but how do great storytellers draw listeners to even the most mundane stories? That's what Ira Glass, host and producer of "This American Life" demonstrated Saturday during his "Reinventing Radio" show in front of a sold out audience at the University of Montana in Missoula.

We'd like to welcome Dave Dennis, MTPR's new corporate support manager.

Dave has worked with marketing and media since high school as an on-air newscaster, DJ, and in media consulting, placement, and creative. 

You could win one of eight VIP ticket packages for Reinventing Radio: An Evening With Ira Glass, on September 12, 2015 in Missoula, Montana. Winners will receive a ticket to the show, and a pass to the VIP reception before the show, giving them a chance to rub elbows with Ira Glass. Tell us how you listen to "This American Life" for a chance to win.

Lightning Photo: Courtesy of NOAA
Courtesy of NOAA

August was a stormy month at Montana Public Radio. On the evening of August 10, when Missoula experienced a remarkable thunderstorm with hurricane level winds, the MTPR team was all hands on deck keeping the station on air. Then 11 days later, a lightning storm crashed both the primary and backup transmitters for Missoula’s 89.1 frequency, and one intrepid engineer had a harrowing night on the mountain.

Join John's friends and collegues at a memorial party, Tuesday, August 25 from 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. at Missoula's Bonner Park. Celebrate and remember John's life with music, dancing, and a spaghetti feed for all.

On the eve of William Marcus' retirement from Montana Public Radio, enjoy some of the radio stories William produced for National Public Radio in the 1980s and 1990s.

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