- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 4, 2015

VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) - The state-owned television network that broadcasts high school activities and statehouse coverage is raising money for a new mobile production truck.

South Dakota Public Broadcasting says it needs to replace its old recreational vehicle that’s a decade old and fitted with outdated standard-definition technology.

A new truck capable of broadcasting in high definition will cost about $733,000.

Friends of SDPB hopes to raise $233,000 of that by summer and then tap its capital improvements budget for the rest.

SDPB says it produced more than 650 hours of programming from remote locations last year.


Information from: KUSD-FM, https://www.sdpb.org

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