• The purpose of this digital short is to alert viewers to the dangers of inattentive and distracted driving with concrete tips to stay focused and safe while driving.

  • Vaccines have been around for a long time. They don't cure diesase or illness, but they do keep people from getting sick in the first place. Learn more about the basics on why we need vaccines, how they work and where we can get them in this program about "Understanding Vaccines".

  • You have the right to live anywhere you want to, as long as you can afford the rent and honor the lease. If both tenant and landlord follow the rules and do the right thing, a rented house or apartment becomes a safe and friendly place for you and your family to live.

  • Every day, Metro Transit delievers hundreds of thousands of people in safety and comfort. Help keep everyone safe, by watching for and reporting suspicious activity. This series of short videos helps customers know what to watch for, and how to report what they witness to police.

  • It's imporatant to plan ahead for times when we may need help or may not able to make health care decisions on our own. There are many resources available wheter you're looking for guidance on aging at home, or how to pay for a medical service.

Multilingual Programming

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Voices of ECHO

“ECHO played a key role in educating Minnesota’s diverse communities about the first-ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). Ensuring that the public understood the importance of the test and did not become alarmed required a major public awareness campaign. ECHO and the Minnesota Broadcasters Association collaborated to produce a series of radio and TV Public Service Announcements (PSAs) in a variety of languages. As a result, Minnesotan’s were well informed and well prepared on test day.”