Montana Public Radio, which began as a student training facility
in 1965, is now a National Public Radio affiliate broadcasting
to nearly 50% of the state's population. We are heard in the
Flathead and Bitterroot Valleys, Helena, Great Falls, Butte,
Dillon, and the town where our studios are located, Missoula.
Our eclectic programming includes jazz, pop, opera, folk,
rock, blues, world, new age, and classical music; in-depth
national and local news; literature, comedy, and women's programs;
science; and the longest running children's radio program
in the country.
Montana Public Radio is a public service of The University
Montana Public Radio is an EEO employer; all hiring is coordinated by the office of Human Resources at The University of Montana. If your organization would like to be notified of job opportunities at Montana Public Radio, please send an e-mail to William Marcus, Director of the Broadcast Media Center. We will forward your request to the Human Resources department. Thank you.
View our Annual EEO Public Report in PDF format.
View our Annual Financial Statement in PDF format.