Backstage at the Boston Garden, the mood is somber. Just 24 hours ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, and though James Brown is booked that night for a show, nobody really wants to go onstage and play.
Jon Kerr traded in his job as a TV producer for the brimmed hat of a Yellowstone National Park Ranger. Now he spends his time managing the delicate balance between human visitors and animal residents.
David Sloss wrote the song for, and performed it at, the first WGBH Auction
As a 23 year old on-camera TV neophyte, watching Julia’s completely honest and wonderfully natural television presentations, actually helped me in my own slightly panicky weekly approach to hosting a television show.
Videos stories and images from the WGBH Auction, starting with the First WGBH Auction in 1966, with Julia Child, Bud Collins, and more.
Fred Barzyk's TV drama, The Waiting Room, explores the lives of seven characters who find themselves at the end of their dramatic lives.
The Harvard Innovation Lab invited Henry Becton, President of WGBH Educational Foundation from 1984 until October 2007, to tour 125 Western Ave., the iLab's new home.
BBC Video: The work of Nam June Paik, considered the father of video art, has been put on display at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC.
From the Boston Globe – 7/6/2012
Eric Jackson hosted his last weeknight show on WGBH-FM (89.7) Thursday night, and thanks to local saxophonist Ken Field, he went out with a funeral.
WGBH Open Vault has posted 50 minutes of raw footage from a series called The Machine That Changed The World from 1990.