TV, Radio, and Streaming Broadcasts

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Television

Christmas Festival LogoChristmas at St. Olaf: A New Song of Grace and Truth

Twin Cities Public Television (TPT), in cooperation with St. Olaf College and PBS+ Distribution, will air a 60-minute presentation of A New Song of Grace and Truth from 2019 on public television stations nationwide, premiering December 17. In the Twin Cities, the program will be broadcast on TPT 2 on Friday, December 18 at 8 p.m., Saturday, December 19 at 2 a.m., Thursday, December 24 at 7 p.m., and Friday, December 25 at 1 a.m. Additional broadcasts across the country can be found by searching for your local listing here: https://christmas.stolaf.edu/broadcast-information/airing-on-tv/

This presentation is brought to you by the generosity and support of our sponsors:

The Tomson Family Foundation
The Mark and Laura Johnson Family
David and Cynthia Hill

Minnesota Public RadioRadio

Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) will present a condensed version of this special St. Olaf Christmas Festival presentation on Tuesday, December 15 at 7 p.m. on most regional classical music stations, including 99.5 KSJN in the Twin Cities. An encore broadcast will air Sunday, December 20 at 3 p.m. National broadcasts of All Earth is Hopeful are distributed by American Public Media. If you are outside the MPR listening area, check local radio listings to see if it will be carried in your region. The December 15 and December 20 broadcasts of All Earth is Hopeful can be streamed online from classicalmpr.org.

Sing For JoySpecial Sing For Joy Radio Program

St. Olaf College’s Sing For Joy radio program produces a half-hour program of music for the Advent and Christmas season, featuring highlights from the 2019 St. Olaf Christmas Festival. Many stations across the country will carry this broadcast.

Check your local listings for details.