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1. 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...

2. Baggit - Prairie Public's first personal computer Baggit - Prairie Public's first personal computer Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Computers; "Baggit" (as you can see by the nice label below), a Southwest Technical Products computer built from a kit by chief engineer Don Geiken. It was called "Baggit", because Don built it while eating his bag...

3. North Dakota This Week North Dakota This Week Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men From left to right, two unidentified guests, Abe Winter, Bismarck Tribune sports editor; Jim Adelson, Fargo sportscaster; Prairie Public host Boyd Christenson with his back to the camera.
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