Contact with Mary Dickson
Contact with Mary Dickson airs weeknights at 9:55 p.m. on PBS Utah. The long-running community service series features interviews with non-profit and arts organizations. Filmed in the PBS Utah studio, the interviews provide an important outlet for more than 300 non-profit groups each year to reach a broader community audience with information about their services and upcoming events.
If your organization or non-profit would like to appear on Contact with Mary Dickson, please email the producer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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