We’ve all been there: That moment when you’ve cozily settled into the sofa as a classic film is coming on… and you can already feel the impatient fidgeting, hear the discontented sighs, catch a quick glimpse of the eye-rolling going on around you. 223 more words
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On September 20, PBS broadcast “America After Charleston,” a town-hall special that explored the many issues propelled into public discourse after a white gunman shot and killed nine African-American parishioners in Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June 2015. 566 more words
Let us reimagine the “public” in public media — not because we must, but because now we can.
Public media can now mean supporting the media the public makes. 919 more words
I write a weekly roundup of what’s changed in social media for WGBH’s national producers, and have decided to begin sharing the wider lessons here on my blog. 487 more words
First Live Steaming Book Festival Airs September 5
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As dozens of bestselling authors and thousands of book fans converge on Washington, DC this Labor Day weekend for the 15th Annual Library of Congress National Book Festival, PBS Book View Now will be there to provide audiences nationwide with comprehensive coverage of the all-day literary event.