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Fri. Apr. 9 at 8:30pm on WKAR-HD 23. 1 or STREAM starting at 1pm | Future journalists join Tim Skubick for a special edition of Off the Record.

Group cutting ribbon
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

ATSC 3.0 Technology Combines Broadcast and Broadband, Expanding Potential for Education, Mobility, Emergency Alert Systems, Telemedicine and More

TGAR Boock Club Luncheon: books and buttons
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

The Great American Read campaign is in full force this summer and the Michigan State University College of Communication Arts and Sciences is participating!

FCC Commissioner
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Michigan State University and WKAR have received a license from the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, to launch an experimental Next Generation TV broadcasting station to focus on digital advancements and internet-based connectivity.

kids sitting with Playtime Pads
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

More than 1,000 Lansing School District kindergartners now have a PBS KIDS Playtime Pad! The final deliveries were made on Wednesday, December 20 under sunny skies and with hundreds of smiling, excited kindergartners seated on colored carpet squares.

man with a shovel
Courtesy / World Channel

WKAR filmmaker John J. Valadez searches for the remains of a legendary outlaw and reveals a painful and long ignored historical trauma: the lynching of Mexican Americans in the west.

WKAR Receives $250K From MSUFCU

Sep 14, 2017
Clifford on the red cedar river bridge holding I heart WKAR button
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR/MSU

Gift from Michigan State University Federal Credit Union to support WKAR Family, MSU student experiences. "This is a transformative gift for WKAR," says Susi Elkins.

Rob and Tim with emmys
Courtesy / Mi-NATAS

WKAR Public Media staff, associates, and their colleagues in the School of Journalism at Michigan State University were honored with five wins at the 2017 Regional Emmy® Awards on Saturday, June 10, at the MotorCity Casino in Detroit.

Fake News Not Persuasive, According To MSU Study

May 17, 2017
William Dutton
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Dreaded “fake news” and biased search algorithms are not instrumental in swaying public opinion, according to a Michigan State University researcher.

Curious crew student intern and kid
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April 7-23 at the MSU Science Festival | Join Curious Crew and others at the 2017 MSU Science Festival!

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