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11:43 am
Fri May 2, 2014

Kansas Lawmakers Preserve Funding For Public Broadcasting

House and Senate negotiators also preserved a state grant of $600,000 for Kansas public TV and radio stations.

The money is the same amount allotted in the current year, but down from the $3.8 million dollars the state provided as recently as 2008.

The funding bill for the upcoming fiscal year now goes to the full House and Senate.

The state provides about 1 percent of funding for public broadcasting stations in Kansas City and Lawrence.

KMUW receives a small portion of its budget from the state, about $35,000.

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11:26 am
Wed April 30, 2014

Public Broadcasting Could Face Significant Cuts In State Funding

Supporters of public broadcasting are concerned this could be the year that state funding for public radio and broadcast stations ends in Kansas.

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9:37 am
Sun October 28, 2012

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