Congratulations to Paula Apsell '69! The long-time senior executive director of the PBS science program “Nova” is the first science journalist to ever receive the Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award.
Join us, one and all, at the WGBH Studios to remember, reminisce, and regale! Current and past staff and volunteers are all welcome!
For nearly 30 years, she was part of the PBS family through her production, programming, and leadership roles at the WGBH, WOUB, WTVI, and NHPTV stations.
As a director of photography for over 35 years, Brian shot dozens of documentaries and narrative films for “NOVA,” “American Experience,” “Frontline,” and independent documentaries on subjects close to his heart.
We enjoyed reading your memories of your first days at WGBH in June. We hope you’ll contribute again this month to this new theme. Please post your recollections in the comments.
The reunion is only 9 weeks away. We’re really looking forward to seeing you! Be sure to read this update for all the latest news.
From Fred Barzyk: Sharon Rivo was a long time producer at WGBH and her husband, Elliott, served as a doctor to many of the members of the staff.
Sterne was the host of WGBH’s Just Published, a half-hour Boston-based television show with poets and authors ranging from Anne Sexton to John Fowles and Ralph Nader.
Henry Morgenthau III, a TV producer and documentarian who helped shape public television in its early days and provided a forum for the nation’s civil rights conversation in the 1960s, died July 11
Let's get ready for the reunion! Share some of your own memories now, here, starting with your first days or weeks at WGBH.