TV Docs

Over the past five or six years, two of the leading national sports networks—ESPN and Fox Sports Net—have developed documentary series that have taken
OK, I admit it. I watched The Apprentice. I TiVo'd The Simple Life. I even tuned in to The Resturaunt. And that's not all. I've become a fan of A&E's
From the World of Wonder production Life with LaToya, which airs on OWN. Courtesy of World of WonderWhen first-time director Marta Cunningham got the
Key players from Participant Media, KCET, and CNN Films fill you in on the future of non-fiction works on television.
Artwork for Marc Levitz' I Survived BTK, Courtesy of Marc D. LevitzIn a 2006 article about the Emmy Awards that appeared in Documentary magazine, the
The presence of women commissioning editors and buyers of documentaries in the European television landscape is quite remarkable. Although heads of
More and more women now run major television outlets for documentary film. Here, we profile the female power-brokers at Discovery Channel, Discovery
Each winter 130,000 geeks, gadget freaks and consumer electronics nuts gather at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to
What does the future hold for independent documentary films and public broadcasting? What can you do to impact the decisions and changes being made right now?
In a master class entitled "The Art of the Tease," held at the 2005 RealScreen Summit in Washington, DC, in February, two hooks were cited to entice