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The Minnesota Channel features a variety of programming that is from or about Minnesota and its close neighbors. Many of the programs are produced by tpt, some in partnership with Minnesota's finest nonprofit and public service organizations. Other programs are created by other Minnesota public television stations, local community producers, neighboring states' PBS stations and acquisitions from select independent producers.

The Minnesota Channel delivers the best in local and regional public television, every day, all day long. Programs are available statewide through the Minnesota Public Television Association (MPTA). (learn more here)

  • tptMN Productions
    Twin Cities Public Television has a long tradition of local productions. Since its start over 50 years ago, tpt has been producing programs for the community covering topics that are important to the community from politics, health, education, arts and beyond. MN Productions include series like Almanac, MN Original, and documentaries such as Iron Range: Minnesota Building America and Iraq and Back: Minnesotans' Stories.
  • MN Channel Partner Co-Productions
    MN Channel co-productions are programs created in partnership with Minnesotan nonprofit, public service and educational organizations. Partner organizations collaborate based on their mission and expertise and share in the costs of production. Learn more about partnering with tpt.
  • Minnesota Public Television Association (MPTA)
    The MPTA is a loose affiliation among six independent organizations which provide PBS television services to the residents of Minnesota. Many of the stations within the MPTA create their own local productions which are broadcast on the statewide network. MPTA productions include: Venture North, Native Report, Prairie Churches.
  • Community Producers
    tpt contributes broadcast time to a number of organizations serving groups that are traditionally underserved by main stream media. These include: BelAhdan, Vietnamese News, KinPride.
  • Minnesota's Neighbors
    The MN Channel also provides programming created by PBS stations outside of Minnesota. These neighboring stations contribute a broad array of programs ranging from a weekly outdoor magazine series, Outdoor Wisconsin to documentaries such as More Than a Game: 6-on-6 Basketball in Iowa.
  • Independently Produced Acquisitions
    Following a careful screening process, the MN Channel offers an opportunity for independent producers to broadcast their work. Some examples include: Tales of the Road - Highway 61 and Pond Hockey.


Sunday October 26th, 2014

Morning
6:00 am Late Life
6:30 am Indian Women: Strength and Resilience
7:00 am Crossing The Threshold
7:30 am Coming Home: Supporting Your Soldier
8:00 am Backup Dog and The Bully
8:30 am Ride of Your Life
9:00 am Paddle To Seattle
9:30 am
10:00 am Women Making Change
10:30 am Mysteries of Public Financing
11:00 am Life and Politics: a Conversation
11:30 am
Afternoon
12:00 pm Late Life
12:30 pm Indian Women: Strength and Resilience
1:00 pm Crossing The Threshold
1:30 pm Coming Home: Supporting Your Soldier
2:00 pm Backup Dog and The Bully
2:30 pm Ride of Your Life
3:00 pm Paddle To Seattle
3:30 pm
4:00 pm Women Making Change
4:30 pm Mysteries of Public Financing
5:00 pm Life and Politics: a Conversation
5:30 pm
6:00 pm Getting There
6:30 pm Family Matters: Breaking The Cycle Now
Primetime
7:00 pm Minnesota's Choice 2014
7:30 pm
8:00 pm Who Built Our Capitol?
8:30 pm
9:00 pm Face To Face: Minnesota 7th District Congressional Seat
9:30 pm Planting Creativity: Artists, Place & Transit
10:00 pm Next Steps: Committing To Community
10:30 pm Schoolhouse To Jailhouse
Late night
11:00 pm Criminal Records, Race and Justice
11:30 pm
12:00 am Face To Face: Minnesota 7th District Congressional Seat
12:30 am Dakota Life
1:00 am Minnesota Original
1:30 am Around The Corner With John Mcgivern
2:00 am Thomas Friedman On Globalization
2:30 am
3:00 am ECHO
3:30 am Native Report
4:00 am Vietnamese News
4:30 am Belahdan
5:00 am Nourish Hope: Progress Starts With Food
5:30 am




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