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William Marcus' Retirement Party

May 27, 2015

Join Montana Public Radio and MontanaPBS in celebrating William's 40 year career at the Broadcast Media Center!

Tuesday, June 16th
5:30 - 10:00 p.m.
Caras Park in Missoula

 

Remarks and a short presentation begin at 6:30 p.m.
 

No host event with food and drink vendors available.

Music by the John Floridis Trio (5:30 - 6:30 p.m.), Rob Quist with special guests Ellie Nuno and Dave Griffith (7:15 - 8:15 p.m.), and The Drum Brothers (8:30 - 9:30 p.m.).

Are you passionate about public radio, fundraising and/or marketing? And looking for an internship or volunteer opportunity?

MTPR is looking for you!

Social Media/Development Internship
This internship position/volunteer would be responsible for social media marketing, email marketing creation and management, coordinating sponsor trades and other development duties as assigned. Approximately 18 hours a week.

Ira Glass Tickets

Apr 29, 2015
Photo: TAL/Stuart Mullenberg

Ira Glass in Montana! See how This American Life happens, live on stage.

Buy Tickets Online, or call 800-838-3006

 

In addition to the warm & fuzzy feeling you get for supporting local public radio, there are also some great gifts available to donors. The MTPR premium crew is here to tell you about a three of them.

Donor Premiums Just For The Ladies

Apr 15, 2015

It took us 50 years, but the wait is finally over. MTPR's Anne Hosler has the good news...

This chart shows all MTPR revenue sources projected for FY2016, totaling $2.5 million. Listeners and sponsors make up the largest share of our annual revenue picture (60%).

Pet Wars 2015

Apr 14, 2015
Raven the dog
Judy Fettig

Thanks to all the pets and their owners who pledged! The Montana Public Radio Menagerie numbers are.....

During our listening tour this winter MTPR senior staff received feedback indicating that our audience did not understand the financial challenges facing the station. This chart and a recent letter from the station's director are an effort to fully explain the scope of our operating budget.

MTPR At A Crossroads: A Message From William Marcus

Apr 8, 2015

Friends and Supporters:

Montana Public Radio is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. We’re also celebrating the listeners and contributors who have been our partners in building and sustaining this uniquely local public radio station. We’ve come a long way together since our early days as a tiny 10-watt station on the University of Montana campus. We are forever grateful for the community’s loyalty and support.

But amidst the celebrations, MTPR also finds itself at a crossroads.

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