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Support the Texas Tech Public Radio Spring Fund Drive - April 21st - 28th

Texas Tech Public Radio spring fundraiser begins April 21st. This is one of two times during the year when we ask you to make a tax-deductible investment in the radio programming that you expect from us. Long form news and music is possible on FM 89.1 thanks to your financial contributions. We have some other wonderful thank you gifts and incentives at the various pledge levels. Please choose one that is appropriate for you. Your donation will automatically enter you in our sweepstakes for: *...

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Campus Connection Featuring Chris Gardner

Apr 8, 2017

In the newest Campus Connection, we meet Chris Gardner, a Senior Graphic Designs major at Texas Tech University​ who also works in the Architecture Print Lab. #MyKTTZ

24 Frames Podcast: Scubba Steve

Apr 7, 2017

This week on the 24 Frames Podcast, Stephen Sanders (aka Scubba Steve), talks about growing up as a musician in Lubbock, Texas. Click here to listen to the full podcast.  Be sure to follow Scubba Steve on Facebook for upcoming events!#24Frames #MyKTTZ

Texas Tech Public Radio is part of a community being acknowledged for receiving a grant from the Sybil B. Harrington Endowment for Arts as administered by The Community Foundation of West Texas.

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Texas Tech Public Radio spring fundraiser begins April 21st.  This is one of two times during the year when we ask you to make a tax-deductible investment in the radio programming that you expect from us.  Long form news and music is possible on FM 89.1 thanks to your financial contributions.

Ballet Lubbock presents its all original production Click, this Friday and Saturday. Its classical music to hip hop to heavy metal all expressed through different styles of dance!  Ballet Lubbock Executive Director Nicholas Draga, Choreographer Yvonne Racz and Composers Amy & Scott Faris give us their thoughts on the music, the dance and the inspiration, in the edition of The Front Row.

What does the dog's nose know? What do we know about scent detection dogs? Although millions of pet dogs live in our homes, we have very little understanding of perhaps one of the most important components of their world, smell.

Unfortunately, the science of canine olfactory perception and scent detection dogs is not yet very clear. Despite detection dog training being shaped over hundreds of years, the scientific endeavor to understand the capabilities and capacity of the dog's nose and sense of smell is still nascent. The primary goal of Dr. Hall's Lab is to do just that.

On behalf of everyone here at KTTZ-TV​, we wanted to say thank you for our recent success in our March pledge. It is because of your support and financial contributions to our stations that we can continue to educate, innovate and inspire by providing amazing events and programming to viewers like you! #MyKTTZ

The Texas Tech football program joined country music legend Garth Brooks’ Teammates for Kids Foundation to host a youth camp Sunday morning at Jones AT&T Stadium.

From its humble beginnings to a nationally recognized Medical Center, the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is in its 50th year of providing outstanding medical services to West Texas and beyond!

Meet the Team: Daniel Ballard

Apr 3, 2017

KTTZ-TV is continuing our MEET THE TEAM spotlight, where you can get to know a little more about the people who make all the magic happen at your local PBS station! Meet Daniel Ballard, a Senior Producer at KTTZ!

Name your favorite local restaurant.

Hmm. We don't get out that much, but I guess I would have to say Rosa's. I know that sounds lame, but my kids don't really like it, so when my wife and I get a chance to without them (rare) it's our go to treat. 

What is your favorite song to sing when you're alone in your car?

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