The public's network is forced to "create content that educates, informs and inspires," so long as it does not offend the plutocrats who keep it alive—even if that means censoring documentary filmmakers.
(via Burnt Pixel's flickr) It isn't just New York that is
Today,—the parent company of Channel 13 as well as WLIW
The folks over at Thirteen/WNET have produced three short web documentaries about
After spending a few weeks this month as Mr. Hyde groveling for
WNET is launching a new weekly local arts series called SundayArts this
The British motoring series Top Gear (Monday, 8:00 p.m., BBC America) has
Fox’s New Amsterdam (Tuesday, 9:00 p.m., WNYW 5) sounds like a mashup
Part of the NBC 2.0 philosophy has been to put cheap programming
Photograph of KITT braving the streets of NYC by neps on Flickr
After a successful save the show campaign by fans involving sending tons
Grand Central Terminal gets the full PBS American Experience treatment with
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