Montana Public Radio

Montana Public Radio is a public service of the University of Montana and is licensed to the Montana University System. MTPR is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015 and has grown from a student training facility in 1965 to a media network serving western and central Montana and beyond with 

Montana Public Radio is an NPR News affiliate carrying Morning Edition and All Things Considered and weekend news magazines. Their robust Montana news team including bureaus in Missoula, the Flathead and Helena.

Their eclectic music and entertainment programs include classical, jazz, literature, science, and the longest running children’s radio programs in the country, The Pea Green Boat. They also carry national favorites such as Radiolab, This American Life, A Prairie Home Companion and Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me!  MTPR balances a major commitment to locally produced programs with acquisition of the best national and international content.