| April 2, 2020
As intensifying competition drives up the costs of British dramas, production execs at WGBH are developing their own ideas for shows that “Masterpiece” could own.
| January 22, 2020
Some stations have been surprised to learn that snags with usage windows are blocking their access to previously aired shows.
| November 27, 2019
Producer Dan Protess profiled Chicagoans whose stories point to solutions to the city’s high rate of gun-related crimes.
| November 21, 2019
Simpson is stepping up to EP to allow Rebecca Eaton to focus on developing new original projects as EP-at-large.
| November 13, 2019
The veteran journalist took his latest argument for nightly rebroadcasts of the hearings directly to station leaders.
| November 3, 2019
The rebranding will bring uniformity to PBS’ brand identity on screens of every size.
| September 9, 2019
By providing more support to emerging filmmakers, EP Chris Hastings aims to bring more exposure to their documentaries and to World.
| August 22, 2019
“This era has been called the golden age of documentaries, and I increasingly felt that at the right time and with the right film, it made sense for us to be in this space,” said “Frontline” EP Raney Aronson-Rath.
| August 21, 2019
High-fives over PBS’ deal with the streaming service paused in midair when smaller stations learned that they may have to scramble for cash.
| July 29, 2019
Live linear streams of PBS member stations are scheduled to launch in November.
| June 28, 2019
The open-space building incorporates classrooms, meeting centers and a media learning lab.
| May 28, 2019
A licensing partnership between PBS and WGBH is at the center of a strategy to “future-proof” the iconic “Masterpiece.”
| April 30, 2019
The comedian is helping out his hometown station during its first months of independence from Antioch College.
| April 23, 2019
The partnership, initiated last fall, extends CP’s educational initiative for high school students and veterans into a third city and the first library location.
| February 18, 2019
“Home Movies: American Journeys” is the first in a local slice-of-life series to experiment with viewer engagement.
| January 8, 2019
Tanzina Vega and Amy Walter tackle topics in ways that feel “like a much more open conversation.”
| December 21, 2018
“Going forward we generally want to mitigate production risk,” said interim GM Keith Birkfeld.
| November 5, 2018
The arc of “Reconstruction: America After the Civil War,” slated to air next April in two installments, mirrors race relations in the U.S. today.
| September 13, 2018
With “One Detroit,” Detroit Public Television is taking longtime hosts out of the studio and into the middle of local conversations.
| August 24, 2018
“During drive time, if you can communicate that you are live and doing things locally, you will stand out,” Jeff Rowe told attendees at the Public Radio Program Directors conference.