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Vermont Public Television hit the airwaves in 1967, and
during that time it’s brought viewers everything from Sesame
Street to Ken Burns’ documentaries, to the locally
produced Outdoor Journal.  But as the
station looks to the future, how will it ride out our tough fiscal times?  We talk with VPT President and CEO John King
about how VPT and public broadcasting are working to stay viable for the

Also in the program, how does your coffee habit affect birds? The answer may surprise you, says experts who study Vermont’s migratory bird populations. We explain a new certification for coffee beans that ensures the growing practices are beneficial to birds who migrate between Central America and our region.(Listen)

And VPR’s Steve Zind continues a series of reports from Iran
as the country approaches the 30th anniversary of Islamic Revolution. (Listen)



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