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Studio set for "Free Space"
Studio set for "Free Space"
TitleStudio set for "Free Space"
Description"Free Space" was a 30 minute program broadcast as a public service by Prairie Public Television. The program was the brainchild of Dan Hart who stated that the program was a great outlet for people with an idea for a show they wanted Prairie Public Television to produce but that didn't fit within the resources for local productions. "Free Space" was directed by Richard Clerk and was a public forum where the content was almost completely up to the participants. It was taped live in the Ceres Studio on the NDSU campus and broadcast unedited ad long as it met FCC standards for language and subject matter. The program was a presented as a public service, long before the days of cable access.
General SubjectEntertainment
Subject (LCTGM)Television production & direction
Television studios
Public television
Organization NamePrairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
LocationUnited States
North Dakota
Cass County (N.D.)
Fargo (N.D.)
Format of OriginalPhotographic prints
Repository InstitutionPrairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
Repository CollectionCommunications Archive
Rights ManagementCopyright 2010 by Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
Ordering InformationTo request a copy of this photograph, contact Prairie Public at 701-241-6900 or email at
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