IPTV News

The Great American Read returns Tuesdays this fall to explore the 100 books chosen by the American public and how they’ve inspired, moved and shaped us.

Bookstores and libraries throughout the state are offering in-person events for The Great American Read. Check out what's coming to your area!

Join IPTV in viewing this inspiring film about how farmers and seed keepers are working to protect food supplies.
KRIN Channel 32 antenna repairs completed
The Mason City area (KYIN Channel 24), including translators in Decorah and Lansing, is experiencing temporary and intermittent service outages for tower work. Repair work will take place predominantly during daytime hours. Whenever possible, we will resume a low power broadcast transmission during prime time. Crews are working diligently to restore full broadcast service as soon as possible. The majority of viewers with cable or satellite service will not be impacted by this service disruption. PBS KIDS programming, usually found on IPTV’s primary channel and IPTV KIDS.2, is available to...
Des Moines Metro Opera Presents Billy Budd & IPTV KIDS Clubhouse: Water Episode take home awards
Meet Host Charity Nebbe at the IPTV studios; doors open at 6:30 p.m.
The Film Lounge: Student Challenge accepting submissions through Jan. 18
The Children’s Square U.S.A. Board of Directors announced details this week for the 2018 Jason Awards event, scheduled November 8 in Council Bluffs. The event recognizes individuals, couples, organizations or businesses that exemplify the mission of Children’s Square U.S.A. Jason Award recipients demonstrate an extraordinary degree of "caring, contribution and commitment" to children, families, communities and related causes. Their lives and work exemplify the "vision, courage and will" needed to embrace challenges and opportunities in life. The theme of this year's event is “Celebrating a...
The World Food Prize Laureate Award Ceremony will be live streamed at 7 p.m. and broadcast statewide at 8 p.m. on Thursday, October 18.
Friday, October 26 at 7 p.m. in Johnston and Fairfield. RSVP for free tickets.
Help celebrate Halloween by having a grown-up email us a picture of you wearing your favorite Halloween costume. Then, during the week of Halloween, we'll show our favorites on Iowa Public Television!