Lakeshore Public Radio is making some technology upgrades to expand its broadcast reach.
The Lakeshore PBS series Eye on the Arts landed a Chicago/Midwest Emmy Award.
Lakeshore Public Media has secured additional funding to continue its Eye on the Arts program.
Lakeshore PBS has earned national recognition.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association awarded Lakeshore PBS with a Cardinal Community Service Award for the fourth straight year.
Lakeshore Public Media now has the updated electrical systems and equipment it needs to operate in the event of a power outage.
Lakeshore Public Media’s Eye on the Arts show is in the running for a 2020 Chicago/Midwest Emmy Award.
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.