Mark Paulson received a plaque today recognizing his nine years (2004-2013) of dedicated service to the Pioneer Public Television Board of Directors. Thanks, Mark!
The Postcards crew was recently in Alexandria, Minnesota shooting a segment on the Lakes Area Theatre. Watch for the segment to air in an upcoming episode of Postcards.
The Pioneer staff took part in this years Applefest Parade in Appleton, Minnesota this past Sunday, September 22nd.
The Postcards crew was recently in Granite Falls, Minnesota capturing the process of PlaceBase Productions. Watch for the segment to air in the upcoming season of Postcards.
The Postcards crew was recently in Ortonville, Minnesota interviewing artist/writer Edie Barrett. Watch for the segment to air in the upcoming season of Postcards.
Pioneer Public TV videographer Kristofor Gieske captures footage of workers putting up tomatoes in the Milan Community Kitchen for the Anach Cooperative on Thursday, Sept 12 during a visit to the facility by Megan O'Hara of MISA and Al Juhnke of Senator Franken's office. PPTV is putting together a Postcards piece about the Milan Anach Cooperative.
Photos from a shoot for Prairie Yard & Garden at the Oliver H. Kelley Farm. Watch for the segment to air on the upcoming season of Prairie Yard & Garden.
The Postcards crew just returned from a shoot today in Milan, Minnesota where they interviewed Billy Thompson who owns the Arv Hus Museum. Watch for the segment to air in the upcoming season of Postcards.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told Charlie Rose on Sunday that he is preparing for a U.S. strike, and that Syria and some of their allies would retaliate if one occurs. It is the first interview the Syrian president has given to an American network in nearly two years.
Hear a short clip of the interview here: http://snd.sc/16druGa
Charlie Rose's entire interview with President Assad -- approximately an hour long -- will be aired on Pioneer at 8 p.m. on Monday, September 9th.
Follow a diverse cast of participants on an emotional journey that uses history and science to uncover their fascinating family stories. Each individual’s past will link to a larger community history, revealing the rich cultural tapestry of America. The programs feature participants from four American cities — Nashville, Austin, Detroit and San Francisco who want to explore a genealogical mystery. Tune in Mondays starting September 23 at 8:00 p.m.