TV Docs

At $1,200 for two days, not counting workshops, RealScreen Summit ("Bringing The Best in Non-Fiction Together") doesn't exactly put out the welcome
The public's insatiable appetite for "reality" entertainment is transforming the market for documentary talent. Even professionals with the purest
Episode 4 of 'Women, War & Peace'--'The War We Are Living'--airs November 1 on PBS.
Morgan Spurlock's 30 Days returns to F/X on Wednesday, July 26 with a premiere episode that focuses on the US prison system. Spurlock once again
NOVA scienceNOW, the hour-long news magazine from WGBH in Boston, launched its second season on October 3 with a dynamic new host and focused
If you're looking for a little spice in your fall public television line-up, check out Voces, a new 13-part series showcasing Latino culture that
I have always felt woefully ignorant of US history, mainly because I spent most of my time in high school classes nodding off, due to less-than
Next to the Oscars, the Emmys are the most prestigious awards in Hollywood. Everyone has seen the Emmys on television, but the Emmy broadcast shows