In The Moment ... April 10, 2018 Show 312 Hour 2

She was a pioneer for women in media, not just in South Dakota, but throughout the nation. Helene Duhamel, Helen's granddaughter, joins In The Moment to tell Helen's story.

In The Moment ... March 27, 2018 Show 305 Hour 1

A new episode of On the Media – produced in partnership with The Guardian – takes a look at the struggles and failures of the media's handling of white supremacists groups, both in the past year and over the past century.

SDPB brings you the episode in its entirety at Noon Central, 11 Mountain today.

Lori Walsh talked with On the Media's Jesse Brenneman and "The Guardian's" Lois Beckett about the episode.


In The Moment ... September 13, 2017 Show 176 Hour 2

Do divisions within a state political party impact you? What's the definition of conservatism? The Dakota Political Junkies join us today to dig in to a few of the state's top political headlines. Today we welcome Seth Tupper, enterprise reporter for the Rapid City Journal, and John Hunter, publisher of the Madison Daily Leader.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... May 17, 2017 Show 095 Hour 1

Brooke Gladstone is a Peabody-award-winning journalist and host of “On the Media.” She joins us to discuss her newest book, “The Trouble with Reality: A Rumination on Moral Panic in Our Time.” It’s a conversation about living in our personal “bubbles,” how stereotypes impact our worldview, and how a consensus regarding reality was always more vulnerable than we thought.

Kealey Bultena / SDPB

Political parties court different demographics, and one crucial group of voters includes young people. Many have the chance to vote in their first presidential election this year. College students studying media at the University of Sioux Falls are watching the presidential race, and they’re learning to balance their journalism training with their Constitutional rights. 

Game Narrative Review Competition

Feb 27, 2014

Five Dakota State University students were awarded top honors in a Game Narrative Review Competition for the Game Developer's Conference (GDC) held in San Francisco in March.  They are students of Jeff Howard, assistant professor of Game Development and Design at DSU.  Sophomore Mostafa Haque won one of the three top Platinum level awards, for which he'll receive a free, all-access pass to the GDC.  This year, Howard assigned his fall 2013 class, Game 360: Narrative Design, to submit an analysis of a game narrative to the competition.  Howard helps students and other designers dig into the

Remembering Al Neuharth

Apr 22, 2013

Newspaper executive and South Dakotan Al Neuharth is being remembered as a great media innovator.  Neuharth died Friday at his home in Florida at the age of 89.  Jack Marsh, president of the Al Neuharth Media Center at the University of South Dakota and former executive editor at the Sioux Falls Argus Leader talked about his friend on Monday's Dakota Midday.

Social Media In Reporting

Dec 18, 2012

Jeff Sonderman, Digital Media Fellow at the Poynter Institute, discussed how people are using social media to report, discuss and debate Friday's school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.  He remarked about initial reports in both social and conventional media that were incorrect.  Sonderman specializes in writing about and training journalists in mobile news platforms, social media and digital journalism.  He also teaches a digital journalism course at Georgetown University.

2012 Al Neuharth Award Winner Marilyn Hagerty

Oct 4, 2012

Newspaper columnist and Internet sensation Marilyn Hagerty, 86, a University of South Dakota alumna who was Al Neuharth's first editor 65 years ago, receives the 2012 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media this evening. Hagerty, who writes columns for the North Dakota Grand Forks Herald, drew widespread media attention earlier this year when her straightforward feature story about the opening of the first Olive Garden restaurant in Grand Forks went viral on the Internet, and led to coverage on television, in newspapers, on websites and in social media.

The Capitalism Tour

Sep 25, 2012

Henry Rollins is on a two-month tour hitting all 50 state capitals - wrapping up on the eve of the Presidentail election in the nation's capital.  Rollins' "Capitalism Tour" offers not so much a voting guide as an outside viewpoint - and an unflinching quest for truth that Rollins says is sadly lacking in the American mass media.  Rollins, also known for his days with Black Flag and the Rollins Band, brings his "Capitalism" tour to Pierre Wednesday as he'll speak at T.F. Riggs High School at 8 p.m.