More than a year of modernizing broadcast equipment at Lakeshore Public Media is completed.
Lakeshore Public Media recently was awarded $25,000 from the Legacy Foundation as part of its endowment building challenge grant.
NIPSCO and the NiSource Charitable Foundation, recently presented Lakeshore PBS with a combined $50,000 donation to continue local productions and programming for Northwest Indiana.
Lakeshore PBS is among the public broadcast stations in the running for the 2019 Spectrum Awards’ Station of the Year.
Purdue University Northwest’s student-produced television program, “The Roundtable Perspective,” developed in partnership with Lakeshore Public Media, has received two industry awards.
A $400,000 investment has helped Lakeshore Public Media get back on the air.
Regional and statewide organizations have taken notice of the work done by Lakeshore Public Media of Merrillville.
Wende Burbridge, vice president of development for Lakeshore Public Media, recently was elected to the board of directors for the Public Radio Association of Development Officers. PRADO is a membership-based organization that provides a supportive environment for public radio development professionals through a variety of projects and services including a mentor program and virtual […]