|Minnesota Public Radio|
|Twin Cities Public Television|
|KOJB radio||Cass Lake||$145,327|
|WTIP radio||Grand Marais||$133,374|
|KAXE radio||Grand Rapids||$156,365|
|KBFT radio||Nett Lake||$106,923|
|KVSC radio||St. Cloud||$87,274|
|KSRQ radio||Thief River Falls||$96,885|
|* Grant for "system support"|
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