Northern Broadcasting System

Northern Broadcasting System was started by former Montana United States Senator Conrad Burns in 1975 as an agricultural broadcast network called the Northern Agricultural Network. Montana's number one industry is agriculture. Burns saw an opportunity to provide information to the agri-business community. The network had only four stations at its beginning. Burns grew the network and eventually sold it to enter Montana politics in 1986. Under the guidance of the network's new President/CEO Taylor Brown, the network grew to cover parts of eight states in the Northwest and Canada. More than 220,000 people get agriculture and farming information on radio, television, and online from the Northern Broadcasting System. Source

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Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
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