Podcasts

406in’: Glacier Country

Western Montana really has it all going for them: music festivals, equestrian events and even a chainsaw competition! What more can you ask for? Our Summer Tourism series continues in Glacier Country with Glacier Country Tourism Public Relations Manager Lucy Beighle guiding us through a number of big-time events going

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Rural Montana Live: The Hi-Line Cowboy Country Singer

In this edition of “Rural Montana Live,” the statewide radio show of Rural Montana magazine: What kinds of songs would a Hi-line cowboy and country singer sing? Singer-Songwriter and Hinsdale Rancher Chisholm Christensen answers these questions and tells us about his debut album, The Prisoner,  life as a musician and rancher

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Getting Paid To Play In College?

Do you think college athletes should get paid or at least more compensated for the work they do for their universities? The Supreme Court recently ruled that the NCAA‘s current compensation restrictions towards student athletes violate antitrust rules, which may open the door to paying them in the future. Former

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Montana Updates On Education, Elections & D.C.

There’s been a lot of talk about voting rights recently, both across Montana and the United States. There’s also questions about the Biden Administration’s recent bureau nominees and how future U.S. Senate votes could impact Montana. Listen to the podcast to hear Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen discuss

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Public Domain: Yellowstone National Park

What’s The Most Effective Way To Manage Wolves?

Montana has a wolf problem. Specifically, it has a problem with its wolf population. The most recent Legislative session saw significant changes in the way Montana manages wolves that made some groups happy and other groups wanting further change. Click the podcast to hear from State Representative Paul Fielder on

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406in’: Yellowstone Country

Our Summer tourism series continues in Yellowstone Country, which boasts everything from high country vistas and hot springs to supervolcanos. Not to mention the great hiking, hunting and fishing opportunities. Executive Director of Yellowstone Country Tourism Region Robin Hoover goes into the different spots for tourists while Chico Hot Springs

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The State of Oil & Gas In Montana’s Economy

The price of oil has gone over $70 per barrel — the highest it’s been in three years. That may be bad news for us when we fill up our gas tanks, but is it all bad for Montana? Click the podcast to hear from Executive Director of the Montana

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406in’: Southeast Montana

Did you know that there’s over 50 miles of inaccessible land of the Yellowstone River for recreation? There’s a new committee that’s looking to change that and looking for help. We’re making virtual stops across Montana’s tourism regions to find out what’s going on this Summer. Listen to the podcast

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406in’: Central Montana

We continue our virtual run across the six Montana regional tourism destinations to see what sort of sights and events are out there for the summer season! Executive Director of Central Montana Tourism Region Gayle Fischer guides us through what the region has to offer while Jamie Carrier of The

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Montana Hospitals: Major Employer, Major Impact

Did you know that Montana’s hospitals account for over $6 billion of annual income for Montanans? What about its $1.5 billion in revenue or the 83,000 year-round jobs across the state? These are just some of the figures revealed in a new study from the Bureau of Business and Economic

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