Set in the Bronx, the new PBS Kids’ show from Sonia Manzano, who played Maria on “Sesame Street,” promotes diversity and critical thinking.
In a broadcasting career that began when he was 17, he was a producer, editor and news director — and a voice listeners trusted.
In public radio, there is either an epidemic of bullying or an epidemic of whining, depending on whom you ask.
He conceived and produced “Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly” and was its face for 20 years, after four decades as an NBC News correspondent.
There has been an explosion of new shows for children in the past year. Here are 30 of the best for kids between 6 and 10.
It’s another way to reach students without internet or computers during the pandemic.
The tech giant, which recently gained exclusive rights to the widely beloved “Peanuts” specials, said they would air on public airwaves again this year.
Visitors can tour the beloved painter’s recreated studio and take Bob Ross master classes, in the city where “The Joy of Painting” was filmed.
The interruptions to regular programming in favor of a hard sell and programming of dubious merit have infuriated viewers for decades. But stations find it hard to quit them.
It created the blueprint for what TV has become. And, while networks and streaming services reap the benefits of PBS’s successes, it is still struggling to survive.
Next month will mark 50 years of television that aims to educate and unite.
The public radio stalwart vowed to fix what its journalists said was a toxic work culture. But the latest changes have led to a newsroom revolt.
The chief executive of the radio and podcasting giant said he hoped to avoid layoffs.
The former first lady said she would share some of her favorite children’s books and try to give families a much-needed break.