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During our summer brew tour we visited with more than 400 of you over 27 hours of listening. We met listeners of all ages from kids and 20-somethings to an 84-year-old couple from the Flathead Valley.
Ray Ekness / Montana Public Radio

It was quite a summer road trip for Montana Public Radio. What a terrific two weeks to be out and about in Montana!

We hosted our meet-and-greet sessions in nine Montana cities over 11 days. We drove nearly 1,900 miles. With the recent and unusual August rain, everything was so green and golden.

Join us for a one-hour seminar designed to help you craft media campaigns that get results.

You'll learn how to:

  • Break through the media clutter and have your message heard
  • Reach the highly desirable Montana Public Radio audience
  • Calculate the cost-effectiveness of your media investment
  • Cover all of western and central Montana in one cost-effective buy

Starting September 2, you’ll hear an expanded lineup of engaging programs on Montana Public Radio. MTPR staff will be on the road to meet you on the MTPR Summer Brew Tour, August 12-22. Come chat and have a beer with us and listen to a preview reel introducing four new programs coming to the MTPR schedule.

Join Us On The MTPR Summer Brew Tour

Aug 5, 2019
MTPR staff will be on the road to meet you on the MTPR Summer Brew Tour, August 12-22. Come chat and have a beer with us and listen to a preview reel introducing four new programs coming to the MTPR schedule.
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Have a beer on us, chat with General Manager Ray Ekness, Program Director Michael Marsolek and other staff, and listen to a preview reel introducing four new programs coming to the MTPR schedule in September.

Survey: Tell Us How You Stay Connected

Jun 10, 2019
Take the Radio & Tech Survey to tell us how you use the radio, social media, smartphones, tablets, streaming and the web to stay connected.
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Thanks for your interest. This survey is now closed.

As an MTPR listener, you're probably aware that we've been working hard for the past several years to stay ahead of rapid changes in the radio and technology landscape.

We're writing now to ask for your opinion. Our goal is to continue to provide great content the way that you want it on the platforms you use most often, so we're inviting you to share your opinions about technology in our annual survey.

MISSOULA – Montana Public Radio reporters have earned numerous awards from the Associated Press Television and Radio Association for their work in 2018, including an "Outstanding News Operation" award.

Thank you!
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Thank you to everyone who donated, volunteered or gave a thank-you gift during MTPR's spring pledge week! Your support makes public radio possible.

At the end of the pledge drive on Sunday night the tally reached $497,413, nearly 81 percent of our $610,000 goal for spring. There were a total of 3,539 listener pledges during the spring fundraiser.

Show off your public radio cred with a Montana Public Radio t-shirt. Just make a donation of $5/mo or more and choose a shirt as your thank you gift. Support from public radio people like you makes MTPR possible.

Montana Public Radio requires many pieces of the puzzle to keep this great station on the air. From our program producers, news team members, and our technicians who keep our equipment running to our fundraising staff – the MTPR team works around the clock to ensure this station is everything you expect it be when you tune in. But most importantly YOU, our member-listeners, are the most important piece of the puzzle and our most valued member of the team.

All scorpions glow a beautiful blue-green color under ultraviolet light.
Missoula Insectarium

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