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1. Studio set for "Free Space" Studio set for "Free Space" Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television "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...

2. Prairie Public Television's original station space Prairie Public Television's original station space Television production & direction; Automobiles; Radio & television towers Affectionately 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...

3. "North Dakota This Week" panel "North Dakota This Week" panel Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men Reporters and editors from around the state join host Boyd Christenson (center) for a weekly discussion about current events that shaped the news. From left to right: Jeff Baenen, AP; Terry Dullum, WDAZ;...

4. An early television camera An early television camera Television production & direction; Public television; Cameras This early studio camera featured a lens turret with lenses of different focal lengths. The camera operator changed from a wide shot to medium shot to close up by rotating the lens turret. Modern studio...

5. Field production equipment before videotape Field production equipment before videotape Television production & direction; Public television; Cameras; Men Prior to portable videotape cameras, television crews used film cameras. The film would be developed, edited, and then transfered to videotape for broadcast.

6. Spin host Boyd Christianson interviews Fargo sportscaster Jim Adelson. Spin host Boyd Christianson interviews Fargo sportscaster Jim Adelson. Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Interviews; Men Spin host Boyd Christianson took the helm of Prairie Public's popular news magazine program in 1978. In this photograph, Christenson interviews Fargo sportscaster Jim Adelson.

7. Senator Quentin Burdick helps out during a fund raising auction Senator Quentin Burdick helps out during a fund raising auction Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Fund raising; Men; Women North Dakota Senator Quentin Burdick and an unidentified Miss Fargo host during on on-air fundraising auction. Items up for bid include a toy Allied Van Lines truck, a case of 30 wiegh motor oil, a portable...

8. Prairie Public's downtown television studio Prairie Public's downtown television studio Television studios; Public television; Automobiles; Buildings; Streets Prairie Public's current studio at 207 North 5th Street began life as the broadcast studio for WDAY TV. WDAY sold the building to American Federal Life Insurance who converted the large studio space to...

9. Host and director consult the script for Red River Land Host and director consult the script for Red River Land Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Television producers and directors Erling Rolfsrud, host, and Ron Salick, director, consult before a broadcast of Red River Land, a classroom program taught by North Dakota author Erling Nicolai Rolfsrud. The program covered the history...

10. Making do on location Making do on location Television production & direction; Men; Women; Quilts Prairie Quilts host Virgina Dambach (left) and videographer Dave Geck (right) consult while taping stand-up introductions outdoors at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora, North Dakota. Standing between...

11. The challenges of television production in a small studio The challenges of television production in a small studio Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Cameras; Television producers and directors Prior to acquiring the downtown studio, Prairie Public's live broadcasts were made from studio space in Ceres Hall on the North Dakota State University campus. As seen in this photograph, cameras were...

12. Scene from a live auction Scene from a live auction Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Fund raising; Men; Women; Fishing Live air auctions were Prairie Public's early fund raising efforts. Two identified individuals offer a fishing rod for bids.

13. Directing an episode of Hablemos Espanol Directing an episode of Hablemos Espanol Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Women; Television producers and directors; Control rooms Barbara Gravel directs the daily live, interactive Spanish language instructional program to high schools across North Dakota.

14. Production control during a live broacast Production control during a live broacast Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Women; Control rooms A director keeps an eye on host Kay Christianson and Sweet Violet during a live pledge break

15. Pledge break during children's programs Pledge break during children's programs Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Television programs for children; Men; Women; Cameras From left to right, producer Kay Christianson, Jerry Desotel dressed in a Big Bird costume, John Peterson as Sweet Violet, Bob Dambach

16. A pledge break in Ceres Hall A pledge break in Ceres Hall Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Fund raising; Men; Women; Hosts Steve Leyland (left), Larry White (center), and Virginia Dambach (right). Unidentified volunteers seated at phone banks in the background. In the background, a lighted sign counts down progress toward...

17. First pledge drive in downtown studio First pledge drive in downtown studio Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Fund raising; Men; Women President Dennis Falk hosts the first live pledge break held at the Prairie Public televisions studio at 207 North 5th Street in Fargo, ND. Behind Falk are volunteers from the community answering phone...

18. The calm after the auction storm The calm after the auction storm Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Fund raising; The hectic pace of a live on-air auction left the television crew with much cleaning to do

19. Host Erling Rolfsrud on the set of Red River Land Host Erling Rolfsrud on the set of Red River Land Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Cameras Erling Rolfsrud, host awaits his cue before a broadcast of Red River Land. The program covered the history and the development of the Red River Basin, a lakebed plain that extends from the Canadian border...

20. Waiting for the cue Waiting for the cue Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Cameras Television director Larry White (right) waits for his cue to step in front of the camera. Cody Christianson (left) behind the camera.
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