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1. 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...

2. 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...

3. 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...

4. The championship debate team from St. Mary's New England The championship debate team from St. Mary's New England Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Women; Teenagers; Students As part of their preparation for the National Bicentennial Competitition on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, Prairie Public televisied a dress rehearsal for the debate team from St. Mary's New England...

5. On the set of "Prairie Pulse" On the set of "Prairie Pulse" Television production & direction Prairie Public president and CEO John Harris serves as host of "Prairie Pulse". In this episode, Harris interviews NDSU president Joseph Chapman.

6. 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...

7. 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...

8. 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

9. Contestants and judges panel from a televised "dress rehearsal" for the National Competition on the Contestants and judges panel from a televised “dress rehearsal” for the National Competition on the Constitution Television production & direction; Television studios; Public television; Men; Women; North Dakota’s champion debate team from St. Mary’s New England as they prepared for their national debate in Washington DC as part of the 1989 National Bicentennial Competition on the Constitution...
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