Bumpers for PBS Saturday Morning used for the 1979-80 season.
Eduardo Quezada comenta sobre la controversial serie de PBS que relata las batallas de la segunda Guerra Mundial pero que no incluye la perspectiva de los soldados Hispanos.
Presentadora de Noticias: Nancy Agosto.
Se estima que cerca de medio millon de latinos participaron en las fuerzas armadas durante ese conflicto, pero en 14 horas de programacion no estan incluidos.
PBS and Ken Burns ignored the role played by Hispanic Americans in the World War II documentary The War , yes in the war they were all Americans, but if they were "all americans" why were many latinos, discriminated against when they returned home. They had to face segregation and exclusion when it came to using bathrooms, some were denied entry to restaurants. I have been told ugly stories about how they excluded mexican children from using public pools.
PBS Feature On Gov. Romney's Online Efforts
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PBS KIDS SPROUTSM LAUNCHES "SPROUT SMART" PROSOCIAL INITIATIVE WITH MOTT'S FOR TOTS™ AND KIDSHEALTH.ORG
Preschool network continues commitment to healthy habits for preschoolers with multiyear, multiplatform project designed for parents of kids ages 2-5
PBS KIDS Sprout, the first 24-hour preschool destination available on TV, on demand and online for kids ages 2-5 and their parents and caregivers, today announced a new multiplatform initiative, Sprout Smart. Sponsored by Mott's for Tots and in partnership with the experts at KidsHealth****, Sprout Smart will focus on Healthy Living & Nutrition for 2008. This comprehensive, prosocial initiative is designed to inspire parents to connect and communicate with their preschoolers about important everyday issues such as health, nutrition, safety and social development. Each year, a new topic relating to preschool health and development will be introduced.
FRONTLINE Bush's War Mar 24 & 25 the 5th anniversary of the Iraq invasion, FRONTLINE presents the definitive documentary analysis of "Bush's War" the horror of 9/11 to the invasion of Iraq; the truth about WMD to the rise of an insurgency; the scandal of Abu Ghraib to the strategy of the surge—for six years, FRONTLINE has revealed the defining stories of the war on terror in meticulous detail, and the political dramas that played out at the highest levels of power and influence.
Now, on the fifth anniversary of the Iraq invasion, the full saga unfolds in the two-part FRONTLINE special Bush's War, airing Monday, March 24, from 9 to 11:30 P.M. and Tuesday, March 25, 2008, from 9 to 11 P.M. ET on PBS (check local listings). Veteran producer Michael Kirk ("The Torture Question," "The Dark Side") draws on one of the richest archives in broadcast journalism—more than 40 FRONTLINE reports on the war on terror. Combined with fresh reporting and new interviews, "Bush's War" will be the definitive documentary analysis of one of the most challenging periods in the nation's history.
Following the broadcast: a new TV/Web experience. View the entire "Bush's War" online, integrated with more than 100 video clips of key moments since 9/11, drawn from FRONTLINE's robust online video archive and integrated into a master annotated chronology of the war.
PBS KIDS Sprout, the first 24-hour preschool destination available on TV, on demand and online for kids ages 2-5 and their parents and caregivers, is making viewers the stars of its new original afternoon block, The Sprout Sharing Show. Launching on May 5, 2008 in the 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. ET timeslot previously occupied by The Let's Go Show (which is moving to weekend afternoons), The Sprout Sharing Show will be hosted by a group of fun and loveable hand puppets who will showcase viewer-submitted videos featuring preschoolers showing off their talents and 'Look what I can do!' moments. Debuting in this new block as a Sprout linear channel exclusive will be the innovative new show PICME, licensed by HIT Entertainment, a leading provider of quality preschool entertainment, and conceived by Irish production company Jam Media.
To view Multi-Media News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/pbskids/32566/
Film and TV star, former Miss Georgia, and animal lover Megan Blake is co-host on Animal Attractions TV, a PBS reality series with health, behavior, and nutrition information and true stories of people and their pets.
Pharmaceutical industry representatives gathered at this conference to network and discuss government reforms and related issues.
For more information, go to www.informa****.au/pbs/vid or contact +61 2 9080 4307.
NEW YORK -- YouTube and PBS have put in place a joint program to solicit, organize, stream and broadcast user-generated video from polling places around the nation on election day, November 4. The program is called "Video Your Vote."
According to Steve Grove, head of news and politics at YouTube, the effort is aimed to "increase the transparency" of the voting process, including potential problems. Voters will be encouraged to bring video cameras or video-enabled camera phones to the polling place.
The voter-generated videos will be populated on YouTube and on PBS as part of its election night coverage.
Kelsey interviewed Steve yesterday at the Time CNN Politics Summit.
Mashable reported on the program yesterday.
Update: YouTube just issued this press release on the initiative.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
*******www.pbs****/independentlens/marchpoint/ In the late 1950s, two oil refineries were built on March Point, an area that was once part of the Swinomish Reservation by treaty. MARCH POINT tells the story of three boys from the Swinomish Indian Tribe who make a movie about the destruction the refineries have wrought in their community.
In this clip, Swinomish tribe leader Brian Cladoosby worries that a nearby oil refinery is polluting tribal lands and impacting the community's health.
MARCH POINT premieres Tuesday, November 18 on INDEPENDENT LENS, a weekly series airing on PBS. Hosted by Terrence Howard, the acclaimed series showcases powerful and innovative independent films. Presented by ITVS, INDEPENDENT LENS is broadcast on PBS stations nationwide. Visit the Web site for more: *******www.pbs****/independentlens/marchpoint/
*******www.pbs****/frontline/katrina One year after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans' bankrupt utility had yet to bring power back to areas of the lower Ninth Ward—including the home of Herbert Gettridge. In "The Old Man and the Storm," FRONTLINE follows Mr. Gettridge and his family as they struggle to rebuild their homes and their lives. Watch on air and online beginning Tues, Jan 6, 2009.
Six months after Hurricane Katrina slammed into New Orleans, producer June Cross came across 82-year-old Herbert Gettridge working alone on his home in the lower Ninth Ward, a neighborhood devastated when the levees broke in August 2005. Over the next two years, Cross would document the story of the extended Gettridge clan--an African-American family with deep roots in New Orleans--as they struggled to rebuild their homes and their lives. Their efforts would be deeply impacted by larger decisions about urban planning, public health, and the insurance industry, by the decisions of policymakers about federal funding for rebuilding the Gulf, and state and city plans for dispersing those monies. The moving personal story of Mr. Gettridge and his family reveals the human cost of this tragedy, the continued inadequacies of government's response in the aftermath of Katrina, and how race, class, and politics have affected the attempts to rebuild this American city.