IPTV News

IPTV Announces New Locally Produced Series IPTV KIDS Clubhouse to Premiere in June

Something big is about to happen at Iowa Public Television – something no other network in Iowa has done for more than 20 years. Today Iowa Public Television announced the IPTV KIDS Clubhouse will become a full-fledged, locally produced program complete with ten 30-minute episodes focused on Iowa children. Dedicated to fun, adventure and learning, the weekly series is set to launch June 3. “The IPTV KIDS Clubhouse , hosted by Dan Wardell, has been part of IPTV’s annual Festival for more than a decade,” said IPTV Executive Director and General Manager Molly Phillips. “The clubhouse has been a...

IPTV Premieres FarmHer the Documentary

FarmHer the Documentar y , examines the work of photographer Marji Guyler-Alaniz

IPTV Premieres New Documentary Timeless Tractors: The Collectors

Timeless Tractors: The Collectors , captures the deep reverence tractor lovers share for the machines that ushered in a new era of farming

Market to Market Announces New Analyst

Angie Setzer of Algona, Iowa to Debut this Friday Johnston, Iowa – Iowa Public Television’s Market to Market is pleased to announce grain merchandiser Angie Setzer of Algona, Iowa will make her debut as a commodity market analyst on the Friday, February 12, 2016 broadcast of Market to Market . Hosted by Mike Pearson, the weekly intelligence report on rural America has become a valued resource for those interested in the industry of agriculture. Setzer will join the group of experienced, professional analysts who provide in-depth perspective on the agricultural commodity markets each week. Ms...

IPTV Celebrates Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month with stories of courage, strength and perseverance

IPTV Announces Communities for Tenth Annual Reading Road Trip

Iowa Public Television is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its Reading Road Trip with a record-breaking 75 stops at libraries across the state. Dan Wardell, popular host of the IPTV KIDS Clubhouse, will welcome kids and families in communities across Iowa throughout the summer. Iowa Public Television will partner with 75 libraries to promote summer reading. Wardell, through an interactive original story, will encourage kids to read, play outside, use their imaginations and eat healthy foods. Wardell will keep an online journal of his Reading Road Trip adventures with an interactive map,...

NAM 2016 Presidential Candidates Forum on Manufacturing Cancelled

The 2016 Presidential Candidates Forum on Manufacturing , scheduled for Monday, November 2, 2015, has been cancelled. Iowa Public Television had planned to air the forum live on IPTV WORLD (.3) and rebroadcast it in the evening on its primary channel. The updated schedule is below. Monday, November 2 IPTV WORLD (.3) 9:30 a.m. War of the Worlds: American Experience 10:30 a.m. Young Lincoln 11:00 a.m. Tavis Smiley IPTV (.1) 10:00 p.m. Nightly Business Report 10:30 p.m. Vicious 11:00 p.m. Doc Martin

Iowa Public Television Uses New Digital Platforms to Enhance Early Learning

This fall, Iowa Public Television (IPTV) is wrapping up efforts to provide digital learning resources and community activities to kids and families living in Burlington, Denison and Sioux City.

Regional Emmy® Award Recognitions for Iowa Public Television

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences – Upper Midwest Chapter recently awarded Iowa Public Television staff with a Regional Emmy® Award for Iowans Remember Vietnam in the Documentary – Historical category. Individuals recognized for their work on Iowans Remember Vietnam include: David Miller, Producer/Director John Nichols, Executive Producer/Writer Neal Kyer, Editor/Graphics Chad Aubrey, Audio David Feingold, Audio Jim Leasure, Audio Rick Fuller, Videographer Phil Blobaum, Videographer Steve Carns, Videographer Darrin Clouse, Videographer John Torpy, Videographer David M...

Iowa Public Television Announces 2015-2016 Ready for School Communities

Iowa Public Television’s (IPTV) commitment to early childhood education continues with the expansion of its Ready for School initiative. Educational specialists will work with educators, parents, care providers and community partners in 25 Iowa communities to implement literacy-based activities for children ages two through eight years old.