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.
Skip Wareham shared this photo of a Boston/New England Emmy Award ceremony from the 1981. Can you help us identify everyone?
Even though it’s still 6 months away, we’ve already received a lot of RSVPs — it should be a good turn out! We're looking forward to seeing you.
Terri was an Executive Producer of Zoom and also consulted on popular children's television programs, including Captain Kangaroo, and Mister Rogers Neighborhood.
FRONTLINE is seeking footage from a 1965 program that featured Rose Baboian, an Armenian cookbook pioneer.
Ambrosino had already begun assembling “the one group of guys who could pull off such a last-minute live broadcast: producer Russ Morash, director David Atwood, along with (crew) Al Potter and Greg Harney.”
The Reunion planning team is pleased to announce the date for our next reunion: Saturday, October 20, 2018!
If you were watching WGBH on February 7, 1968, in a house with two TVs, you were in luck.