Lakeland PBS

About Lakeland PBS

The Lakeland PBS signal immediately reaches approximately 383,500 people over an estimated 7,500 square miles in northern and central Minnesota who view the station either off air (with an antenna) or via cable. Our viewing area includes Minnesota communities as far south as Little Falls, as far north as the Canadian border, as far west as Fosston and east to Bovey. Within this coverage area are the Red Lake and Leech Lake Indian Reservations and significant portions of the White Earth and Mille Lacs Indian reservations. Our viewership, it’s cultures, economics and lifestyles are Lakeland PBS’ most important indicators in the programming chosen to be broadcast on Lakeland PBS and the stories and events delved into by our locally generated programs including Lakeland News, Backroads, Common Ground, and Lakeland Currents.


News Reporter Intern

July 2020 - August 2020 Bemidji, MN
“During my time at Lakeland I liked how I growing my work experience on and off camera, learning more about my future. I also enjoyed being able to go out on my own for most my internship and do stories by myself from start to finish.”
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