IPTV News

Posted:  November 29, 2016
David Yepsen, an Iowa Press panel veteran, returns as host in 2017
Posted:  November 29, 2016
Iowa Public Television will air a documentary about legal trailblazer Grace Day who was born in Onawa, Iowa. Amazing Grace , a 30-minute documentary, explores the treatment of women in the legal industry in the Midwest from the 1940s through today. It will premiere on IPTV’s WORLD (.3) channel December 4 at 5 p.m., with additional airings throughout December. Check the schedule for all air dates and times. Day, who practiced family law in Missouri for more than 64 years, was the lone woman in her law school class in 1948 and endured torment from her peers and professors. “Grace had no role...
Posted:  November 28, 2016
Join IPTV on our Discover Ireland Tour September 16–27, 2017. You are invited to experience Ireland in a very special way. From a circle around the Southern tip of the Republic of Ireland, to the rugged coastline and fertile central plains, you will discover favorite highlights and some new adventures that create an experience that can only be brought to you by Friends of Iowa Public Television. Featured highlights include a lunch and afternoon with a literary historian who will charm you with the poetry of William Butler Yeats and a Hawk Walk where you’ll learn more about these majestic...
Posted:  November 22, 2016
Dean Borg set to retire from weekly broadcast after 40+ years
Posted:  November 10, 2016
Television program features 13 independent short films by Iowa artists
Posted:  October 31, 2016
Two IPTV documentaries receive Emmys
Posted:  September 30, 2016
Senator Grassley rescinded his acceptance to participate
Posted:  September 30, 2016
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences – Upper Midwest Chapter recently announced the 2016 nominees and Iowa Public Television received 12 nominations.
Posted:  September 22, 2016
Iowa Public Television with an award for excellence for the 2015 Iowa State Fair –Special Event Promotion
Posted:  September 14, 2016
Education specialists work to strengthen math and literacy skills of young Iowa children