Political Junkies: 4th Of July Fireworks & SF Police

Jun 24, 2020

In The Moment … June 24, 2020 Show 845 Hour 2

Love In America

Nov 5, 2019

In The Moment ... November 5, 2019 Show 694 Hour 2

Deadwood residents Scotte and Toni Burns began their Love in America series looking for, well, love stories. Now the series, which you can see at, features the motorcycle riding storytellers reuniting America by sharing her profound, funny, memorable and historic love stories.

Innovation: Students Learn About Manufacturing

Dec 9, 2016
SDPB/Cara Hetland

Ten middle school teams were recently paired with different manufacturing companies to learn about different advanced manufacturing careers. The teams of six students spent a half day at their assigned company filming and interviewing various employees to find out what they liked about their jobs. By the end of January, the teams will submit their videos for a contest, explaining what they think is cool about manufacturing. The winners will enjoy an awards ceremony.

Wind Cave Uses Tech To Engage Young People In The Outdoors

Apr 27, 2016
National Park Service

Officials at Wind Cave National Park are finding ways to engage young people in outdoor activities with the use of technology.  Wind Cave held a find your park video contest for middle school students.  The contest encouraged young people to submit videos of their experience in the park. 

Two middle students from Hot Springs tied as winners of the find your park video contest at Wind Cave. 

The winning videos are on the park's Facebook page.

Dakota Midday: SD Video Wins Award

Nov 19, 2015

The Chamber Music Festival of the Black Hills recently recorded over 200 boys and girls from the Pine Ridge Reservation and the Black Hills.  They're featured in a "virtual choir" video that earned a second place honor at one of the largest Native American film festivals in Europe.  Guest host Jackelyn Severin was joined by Michael Hill, Executive Director of the Chamber Music Festival of the Black Hills.

It's been a big week for video on Facebook.  The social networking giant announced it will test a "dedicated place" where users can go when they want to watch a video, whether it's a saved video, a video from a friend or a followed page, or from any other video publisher on Facebook.

Next week, a panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in the second round of United States v. Nosal.  This time around, the main question is whether accessing an account using a shared password is an unauthorized access under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

Police Seek Assault Suspects In Cell Phone Video

Sep 18, 2014

Rapid City police are seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects in an aggravated assault over the weekend that was caught on a cell phone video.

The video contains violence and graphic language – it depicts several subjects attacking a male victim.

Police officials say the incident occurred at 1 a.m. on Sept. 14, outside Teddy’s Bar on Main Street in Rapid City.   The subjects also allegedly took a handgun from the victim during the assault.

Chad Anderson / South Dakota Public Broadcasting

It's been one week since Wessington Springs was hit with a tornado that damaged or destroyed dozens of homes and businesses. Since then, most of the debris has been picked up and many of the damaged houses have been torn down.

South Dakota National Guard soldiers left the town Tuesday after spending nearly a week helping clean up the tornado-ravaged town. SDPB-TV producer Chad Andersen was born and raised in Wessington Springs. He toured his hometown after last week's tornado and produced a before-and-after video. Andersen joined Dakota Midday to discuss the process.

Google Glass, Redbox And Tracking Software

Aug 2, 2013

Kent Osborne, host of Tech Radio, and the "Computer Guys," Jeff Litterick, Amos Aesoph, Joel Broveleit and John T. Meyer, visited about Google Glass, tracking software, Black Hat and Redbox among other items.