"Henry Morgenthau’s poems are crisp, elegant forays into memory both personal and cultural."
WGBH's Media Access Group spells out the dialogue and sounds of about 14,000 hours of television, movies, and online video each year.
Frontline founder David Fanning has stepped down after three decades as the executive producer of the landmark public television series.
Norm Abram: “As a brilliant creator/producer/director, Russ Morash has used his personal passion and love for well prepared food, gardening, home improvement/repair and woodworking to develop a whole new genre of television programs."
Among the show’s highlights: three-dimensional simulations of the landing craft that brought troops ashore, the gliders that dropped American commandos deep inside Nazi-occupied France, and a pair of vast portable harbors used to unload thousands of tons of supplies onto the beaches
“Victory Garden’s edibleFEAST” to combine classic clips from The Victory Garden with new segments.
New York Times: Fisher created and moderated “The Advocates,” a court-style program that took on one policy issue at a time and examined it in detail from different perspectives.
Performed in French without subtitles, French in Action is supposed to prevent students from translating words in their heads, so that they will learn the language in context.
The noncommercial Boston station is developing a new business as a centralcasting hub.
The PRI acquisition makes WGBH a player nationally for public radio staples such as thoughtful public affairs programming.