Public Radio to Broadcast UM Professor’s Acclaimed Podcast

MISSOULA – “A New Angle,” a weekly interview podcast profiling cool people doing awesome things in and around Montana, is coming to Montana Public Radio. Beginning July 1, MTPR will broadcast new episodes of “A New Angle” over its stations across western and central Montana. The show also will continue to be available as a podcast.

Episodes of “A New Angle” will air on MTPR each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 5 a.m. New weekly episodes also will continue to be released online as podcasts every Thursday on all major podcast platforms.

“A New Angle” is hosted by UM College of Business Associate Professor Justin Angle. The show premiered in 2018 and has amassed nearly 200 episodes. The podcast is recorded in Studio 49 of the Michele and Loren Hansen Media Lab in UM’s Gallagher Business Building.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for the show,” said Angle. “Our goal is to create conversations listeners can learn from, and we’re excited to bring these conversations to more Montanans.”

Starting July 1, listeners can expect interviews with the likes of legendary alpinist Conrad Anker, economist and tribal leader Winona LaDuke and longtime Montana political reporter Chuck Johnson. Listeners also can access “A New Angle’s” catalog of nearly 200 episodes, including popular editions with UM head football coach Bobby Hauck, Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament and best-selling author Cheryl Strayed.

“We’re excited to add ‘A New Angle’ to the lineup, it’s a good fit for MTPR’s evening show schedule,” said Michael Marsolek, MTPR Program Director. “Listeners to the show will have the opportunity to hear interviews with innovative guests from across Montana."

Fans can follow A New Angle Podcast on social media – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – to stay up to date on guests and the release of new episodes.

Blackfoot Communications, First Security Bank and UM’s College of Business are presenting sponsors of the podcast. Additional support is provided by Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Drum Coffee and Montana Public Radio.

Listeners can tune into MTPR live on the radio or online. To find a station or to stream online, visit


Contact: Justin Angle, UM associate professor of marketing and Poe Family Distinguished Faculty Fellow, 206-650-5522,