JOHNSTON, IOWA - Join Iowa Public Television in celebrating Black History Month this February with timely, educational programs highlighting poignant stories of courage, strength and perseverance. These programs will engage viewers in community conversations, exploring African-American history and culture.
The scheduled programming will appear on IPTV as follows:
What is Fake News? How can you recognize it? How is it spread and how has it influenced events? These topics and more will be discussed by local media leaders during a special panel discussion event to be held at the Davenport Public Library.
Federal agencies graded on how clearly they communicate
Congressman Dave Loebsack will release the 2016 Federal Plain Language Report Card, grading federal agencies on how clearly they communicate, on a media conference call on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 3:00 PM Eastern Time.
JOHNSTON, Iowa (November 29, 2016) - Veteran political journalist David Yepsen, nationally recognized as an expert on the Iowa political scene, will return to Iowa Press as the program host in early 2017. Yepsen takes the reigns from Dean Borg, wh...
Musing of the Northern Poet, Matthew said, is influenced by his love of God, his wife, and the Renaissance festivals. This collection of syllabic poetry will enlighten the reader through its couplets and verse. From his best poems written while ...
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