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Prairie Public Television's original station space
Prairie Public Television's original station space
TitlePrairie Public Television's original station space
DescriptionAffectionately known as "South Fork", the Prairie Public Television early studio space was a collection of interconnected trailers and temporary buildings clustered around the base of the original tower on the banks of the Red River. In addition to mice, dirt roads and other drawbacks to its country location, spring flooding of the Red made getting to work a challenge.
General SubjectEntertainment
Subject (LCTGM)Television production & direction
Automobiles
Radio & television towers
Organization NamePrairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
LocationUnited States
North Dakota
Cass County (N.D.)
Fargo (N.D.)
Decade1970-1979
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 info@prairiepublic.org
Languageeng
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