HELENA — The Montana Historical Society will archive 150 episodes of a long-running public-radio program that interviews notable state figures and regular folks.
Billings-based Kampgrounds of America has rolled out the first national television campaign in its 52-year history, hoping to capitalize on a rebound in the popularity of recreational vehicles.
The Billings Mustangs on Monday announced that Kyle Riley of Billings is joining the team as director of broadcasting and media relations.
Vince Long holds an old tube-style portable radio during a talk on the golden age of radio at the Western Heritage Center Thursday.
Harry Frank is shown in a scene from James Michaels' short film, "Mr. Frank: Radio Man," which will show Saturday evening as part of the Magic City Shorts Film Festival at the Babcock Theatre.
Filmmaker James Michaels, left, poses with Harry Frank, subject of his short film, titled "Mr. Frank, Radio Man." The Milwaukee native, who has worked on Hollywood feature films and independent productions for the past 12 years, shared a love of radio growing up with his dad. He won the top …
HELENA — Emergency officials’ radios went dead as a wildfire neared houses on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in June, contributing to a “chaotic situation” where homes weren’t protected and residents scrambled to get away just ahead of the blaze, a tribal official said Friday.
When disasters strike, ham radio and amateur radio operators are sometimes a lifeline for aid.
40 Under 40: Jason "Big J" Harris, owner and director of Projectile Comedy Inc., host of “The Big J Show” on Hot 101.9
From an early age, Jason Harris knew entertainment was in his blood.
Ken Siebert's mother likes to tell how her son's career in radio got started when he eagerly donned a construction paper top hat and emceed a kindergarten production.
HELENA — Carroll College radio returned to the airwaves Thursday evening after a three-day absence following questions about its license to operate.
The handheld radio crackled with static before coming to life. “Roger that,” came a voice. “What's your location?” I was standing near a swamp, remote and deep in the woods of central Minnesota. The day's task, scouting a wilderness race course and planting checkpoint flags with a partner, w…
Panelists Paula Poundstone, Adam Felber and Julia Sweeney, from left, laugh during the taping of the public radio show "Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!" at the Chase Auditorium in downtown Chicago last month.
ETHETE - The Northern Arapaho Tribe has started producing a new radio program dedicated to news and events on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
On behalf of Yellowstone Public Radio, I wish to thank nearly 1,700 listeners who generously supported Yellowstone Public Radio's Spring on-air fund raising drive March 30 - April 5.
Yellowstone Public Radio is holding its spring fund drive next week, one of two campaigns during the year to raise operating funds.