Tell Me More Tour

This spring and summer, Maine Public is taking to the road to talk to YOU about what is going on in your community, what are some developments worthy of celebrating, and what types of news stories and coverage are important to you.

We can't fulfill our vision to tell the whole Maine story without you.

The goal of our tour is ultimately to help us learn how Maine Public can serve your community better and how to keep you best informed.

All Tell Me More Tour stops are free and the public is welcome and encouraged to attend. Please check back as the details of each tour stop are finalized.

COMPLETED TELL ME TOUR STOPS

Keep digging deeper: what we heard in Augusta.

Mal Leary, Steve Mistler, and Keith Shortall (pictured left to right) discuss the state of political discourse in Maine and the nation at the Governor Hill Mansion in Augusta.

The need for community and civility: What we heard in Brunswick.

On June 11th, Maine Public's Tell Me More Tour visited Cumberland County, hosting a public event at Frontier in Brunswick. Here’s what we heard.

On May 9th, Maine Public's Tell Me More Tour visited Penobscot County, hosting a public event at the Bagel Central Meeting House in downtown Bangor. Here's what we heard:

Tell US more! What we heard in Bangor.

News Reporter and Producer Jennifer Mitchell (left) and Deputy News Director Susan Sharon (right) listen intently to one of the attendees discussing what news matters to her from Maine Public.

On April 25, Maine Public's Tell Me More Tour visited Franklin County, hosting a public event at the University of Maine at Farmington. Here's what we heard:

The CMP Transmission Project and Franklin County's Deep History: What We Heard in Farmington

Maine Public News Reporter and Producer Fred Bever (left) and Maine Public News Director Mark Simpson (right) at the Tell Me More Tour stop in Farmington.

On April 18, Maine Public's Tell Me More Tour visited Androscoggin County, hosting a public event at Maine Public's Studio in Lewiston. Here's what we heard:

Civic Pride and Community Building: What We Heard In Lewiston/Auburn

Maine Public News Director Mark Simpson (right) and reporter Robbie Feinberg at the Tell Me More Tour stop in Lewiston.

UPCOMING TELL ME TOUR STOPS

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