Idaho Reports returns for a new season Friday, Jan. 3, at 8:30 PM. Beginning Jan. 17, the show moves to 8 PM. Reporters and pundits bring you highlights from the statehouse every week in the Northwest’s longest-running public policy show. During the 2020 legislative session, lawmakers will tackle funding for Medicaid expansion, shrinking state agency budgets, higher education funding and more. Each episode will be available for same-day streaming through the PBS Video app and online at video.idahoptv.org/show/idaho-reports.
Idaho Reports will provide special coverage of Governor Brad Little’s State of the State and Budget Address 2020. On Monday, Jan. 6, at 1 PM Mountain/noon Pacific, Gov. Little will share his vision for Idaho, along with his proposed budget for the coming year, with the Idaho Legislature and the state’s citizens. Idaho Reports coverage of the address will air live and repeat at 8 PM Mountain/Pacific. It will also stream live on YouTube and the Idaho in Session website, where it will be archived for viewing on demand.
Idaho in Session is IdahoPTV’s gavel-to-gavel service that includes live on-air and online coverage of the Idaho Legislature. Coverage of the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee (JFAC), the Lincoln Auditorium WW02 and East Wing 42, as well as the eight committee legislative hearing rooms can be viewed online at idahoptv.org/insession. Coverage of the House and the Senate can be viewed live on our CREATE and WORLD channels, as well as online.
IdahoPTV thanks the sponsors who make Idaho in Session possible: Idaho State Broadcasters Association, Union Pacific Foundation, Boise State School of Public Service, Idaho Cable Broadband Association, Associated Taxpayers of Idaho, Association of Idaho Cities, University of Idaho James A. & Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research, and the Idaho Public Television Endowment.