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1. Bad Blood, the Border War that Triggered the Civil War Bad Blood, the Border War that Triggered the Civil War 2007 Poster used to publicize a local television production called "Bad Blood" which was a co-production of KCPT Kansas City Public Television and Wide Awake Films. The film premiered, March 2007 on KCPT, Channel...

2. Common Ground In Lieu Of Consensus: The Exploration of Stem Cell Research Common Ground In Lieu Of Consensus: The Exploration of Stem Cell Research May 1, 2005 Stem cell research was the topic of this month's Kansas City @ the Crossroads, co-sponsored by Ingram's and KCPT-TV. The question presented was: "Given the highly public stem cell debate in Missouri and...

3. Faces of the Past: Don't Touch That Dial Faces of the Past: Don't Touch That Dial May 1991 Photo and bio of Torey Southwick, former host of local children's and juveniles' television shows (on KMBC-TV, KMBZ-TV, and KCPT-TV) from 1956 to 1972, using a sidekick puppet called "Ol' Gus."

4. He's Back: Rose Returning to KCPT He's Back: Rose Returning to KCPT March 17, 2006 Sun Publications Chairman Steve Rose is returning to public television, Channel 19, KCPT-TV. He will host a show called "Talkback Live With Steve Rose", beginning March 22, 2006. His first guest will be...

5. John Masterman John Masterman Photo and biographical information about John Masterman (~1928-1999), "a longtime Kansas City broadcast journalist." Description of his life and career as a native of New York coming to Kansas City as...

6. Kansas City Public Television Station Kansas City Public Television Station 1993 Full frontal and side view of Kansas City Public Television station (KCPT); located at 125 E. 31st. Also shows portion of television tower.

7. Kansas City Public Television Station Kansas City Public Television Station 1989 Full view of KCPT television tower (formerly KCMO-TV's), looking east along 31st from Grand. Tower located at 125 E. 31st.

8. KC Symphony, DiDonato Take a Turn on TV KC Symphony, DiDonato Take a Turn on TV July 15, 2012 Review of the documentary, "Homecoming: the Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato" produced by PBS and KCPT-TV, and shown as part of PBS Arts Summer Festival. Featuring interviews and views backstage,...

9. KCMO-TV Tower KCMO-TV Tower According to the local history index card, the KCMO-TV Tower at 125 East 31st Street (owned by KCPT-TV, Channel 19, as of the mid-1970s) is 1,042 feet tall.

10. KCPT Names New Leader KCPT Names New Leader February 28, 2009 Profile of Kliff Kuehl, hired to be president and CEO of Kansas City Public Television. Kuehl, 47, came from KNPF in Reno, Nevada. Kuehl replaces Victor Hogstram after an eight-month search.

11. KCPT-19 Television Station KCPT-19 Television Station Folder includes program for August 1979.

12. Rare Visions a One-of-a-Kind Art Rare Visions a One-of-a-Kind Art November/13-19/1997 Discusses the public television program "Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations".

13. There's Still Hope For the Bi-State Concept There's Still Hope For the Bi-State Concept April 1, 2005 Article covers the meeting held at Ingram's headquarters in conjunction with KCPT-TV for the second installment of Kansas City @ the Crossroads. Ten participants who have an interest in the bi-state tax...

14. Tune In To the New PBS Tune In To the New PBS June 2012 Profile article on Kliff Kuehl, the president and CEO of Kansas City Public Television (KCPT) who plans on "overhauling the public broadcasting business model to increase viewer engagement and fill the...