WNET Up Next: “POV” – Justine Nagan

September 4, 2020

“When you tune in you won’t know what it’s going to be about but you’ll know it’ll be worth your time and that you’ll be transformed after watching!….It’s a medium that touches people and changes lives.”  –  Justine Nagan Now…

WNET Up Next: “Create-TV” – Naima Smith

March 9, 2020

Create-TV, now in existence for over fifteen years is a joint venture of WNET,  Boston’s WGBH and APT.   It serves its audience an entire channel devoted to public media’s most popular lifestyle and how-to shows in the genres of…

WNET Up Next: Peril and Promise – Eugenia Harvey & Maya Navon

November 1, 2019

Peril and Promise:  The Challenge of Climate Change is one of WNET’s Multiplatform Strategic Initiatives reporting on the human stories of climate change and its potential solutions.  Executive Producer and Project Director Eugenia Harvey, an award winning producer, showrunner and…

WNET Up Next: “Summer of ’69 – Woodstock”

August 5, 2019

In the final episode of a trio devoted to Thirteen’s “Summer of ’69” celebration, WNET Up Next takes a look at the iconic music festival that took place in August of 1969 on a farm in upstate New York.  Originally planned…

WNET Up Next: “Summer of ’69 – Apollo 11”

July 19, 2019

In its continuing look at Thirteen’s “Summer of ’69” series, WNET Up Next spotlights  the  50th anniversary of the first manned landing on the moon, which took place on July 20, 1969. PBS, in its Summer of Space multi- platform…

WNET Up Next: “Summer of ’69 – Stonewall”

June 28, 2019

In conjunction with WNET”s Summer of ’69 celebration, WNET Up Next launches a three-episode series with a focus on the Stonewall riots.  Stonewall is the shorthand for the celebrated Greenwich village event which propelled the struggle for gay rights  to…

WNET Up Next: Women War & Peace II

March 22, 2019

Women War & Peace II is a follow up to Women War & Peace, a series of films originally broadcast on PBS seven years ago.  The series demonstrates how women have been involved in shaping some of the most significant…

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