During a nearly three-decade production career at the right hand of the late Fred Rogers, Samuel Chamberlin Newbury found that teaching children intersected with his passion for social causes more often than not. | Read more.
Jon Abbott: “Peggy Charren … took on the giants of the commercial television industry in the 1970s and brought about substantive programming and legislative changes that bettered the lives of millions.” | Read more.
David Atwood got hired at WGBH-TV in 1965, for 80 bucks a week. He worked his way up from hanging lights in the studio to directing thousands of hours of groundbreaking TV over a four decade career. | Read more.