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Proposed Budget Cuts to CPB Could Negatively Affect Texas Tech Public Radio

Defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcast and eliminating federal funding to public media would be a significant blow to more than 1,200 public radio stations across the country that provide 41 million people every week with free over-the-air programming they can't find anywhere else. Texas Tech Public Radio provides news and information as well as music to the greater Lubbock community on the air and on digital platforms. KTTZ-FM provides non-commercial programming that informs,...

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Changing Constants: Diplomatic Challenges for the New Administration

The Office of International Affairs will welcome four distinguished former United States Ambassadors for Texas Tech's Second Annual Ambassadors' Forum at 5:30 p.m. March 27 regarding diplomatic challenges for President Trump's Administration. The event is free and open to the public at the International Cultural Center.

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Communicators in a Cart with Dr Dr Yehia Mechref

Mar 9, 2017

Welcome back to Communicators in a Cart featuring Chris Cook! This week he grabs coffee with Professor and Director of Texas Tech University's Center for Biotechnology & Genomics Dr Yehia Mechref

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Today we mourn the loss and celebrate the life of the matriarch of the Lubbock arts community, Louise Hopkins Underwood. Louise was a champion for the work we do at Texas Tech Public Media. Our story is not unusual; she was a champion for all those in our city who wanted to make the world a more positive and creative place. She never wanted the credit, even though her legacy warrants it, and the landscape of our connected, collaborative, and supportive community is a testament to her passion for the arts.

On this edition of Inside Texas Tech, we passed the microphone to Chris Cook, managing director of the Office of Communications and Marketing at Texas Tech University, to visit with President Lawrence Schovanec.

Show Your Support for KTTZ-TV

Mar 7, 2017

Show your support and give during pledge March 3rd – March 19th by visiting kttz.org or calling (806)741-7015 #MyKTTZ 

KTTZ Meet the Team: Bradley Morton

Mar 6, 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 Bradley Morton, Master Control Operator at KTTZ!

What is your favorite way to prepare a marshmallow? 

Toasted as s'mores with dark chocolate. 

What is something you admire about Texas Tech University?

Diversity, I can be me.

What is your favorite best worst movie?

Please Click the March Prime Time Schedule to Enlarge.

KTTZ's March 2017 fundraising drive begins with a Sherlock Holmes Marathon, airing Friday, March 3 from 7:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m., and continues Saturday, March 4 from 8:30 a.m. to midnight.

Check out some Special Sherlock Thank You Gifts!

Host Clint Barrick catches up Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Director, Mary Saathoff, about the final production of the Masterworks Series. Guest Conductor Daniel Myssyk leads the LSO alongside a solo performance by Andrew Staupe of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor.

Puttin' on the Ritz, an exhibit at the Museum of Texas Tech, is every fashion lover's dream! Beautiful garments from the mid 19th century all the way to end of the 20th century dot the aisle at this breathtaking collection.

2017's March Pledge Drive has arrived, and we are calling on our supporters to continue contributing to channel 5, and if you've never given to Texas Tech Public Television , we urge you to become a member with your donation today!

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