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Maine Public Broadcasting Coming to Brunswick to Discuss Public Broadcasting in Maine

The next Maine Public Broadcasting Network town meeting is being held in Brunswick on Monday June 22 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 p.m. in the Lancaster Lounge, Moulton Union at Bowdoin College. It's part of a series of town meetings being held across the state in the coming year to obtain feedback about the public’s media consumption habits and how they might be changing over time. The meetings are part of a concerted effort by MPBN to effectively plan for the next five to ten years amid a rapidly evolving media landscape.

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LePage Withdraws from MPBN's Gubernatorial Debate

GOP candidate for governor Paul LePage has withdrawn from Maine Public Broadcasting Network's live Your Vote 2010 debate scheduled for 8:00 pm Thursday, October 28th. The debate is being held at Bates College in Lewiston, and will be broadcast statewide on MPBN's television and radio services, and streamed live and archived on the web at

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MPBN to Begin Search for Next President and CEO

The Board of Trustees for the Maine Public Broadcasting Network has announced that a search committee made up of current and past trustees has begun the process of conducting a search for its next chief executive. The search committee has retained the services of Tom Livingston, President of Livingston Associates, to oversee the search.

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MPBN Coming to Millinocket For Live Broadcast and Town Meeting

The Maine Public Broadcasting Network is taking its award winning radio news program – Maine Things Considered – on the road. The public broadcaster will originate its daily program live from Millinocket on Friday, September 16.

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MPBN to lay off up to 10 employees due to Federal sequester

The Maine Public Broadcasting Network announced today that it is making employee layoffs to address the effects of the unexpected shortfall in Federal and State funding this year. MPBN received word that funding for fiscal year 2013 will be over $100,000 less than expected due to both the Federal budget sequestration and additional curtailments by the State of Maine. This decline in funding is in addition to MPBN’s State appropriation being reduced by $260,000 in 2013. In addition, the challenges of a slow economic recovery in the philanthropic community have led to an overall projected shortfall of over $400,000 by the end of this fiscal year.

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