Frontline World

About the Series


Image from the opening graphics for FRONTLINE/World

Image from the opening graphics for FRONTLINE/World

FAQs

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Where can I find transcripts for your programs?
To find a transcript for a particular program, visit our Episode Guide and select the program that you are interested in. We publish a free, online transcript for each episode, available approximately one week after the broadcast.

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Who composed FRONTLINE/World's theme music?
The Supreme Beings of Leisure, a Los Angeles-based electronic pop band, created our music. Their music ranges from trip-hop to funk to retro-tinged disco. One reviewer calls the group "good hodge-podge techno." Hodge-podge isn't a bad way to describe a band whose members' relatives hail from countries as diverse as India, Iran, Japan, the Dominican Republic and Ireland.

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How can I submit a story idea?
Please email us at frontlineworld@flworld.org to receive information about how to submit a story idea to our editorial staff.

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Does FRONTLINE/World have internships?
If you are interested in interning for FRONTLINE/World, please email frontlineworld@flworld.org. Priority is given to students of the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

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How is FRONTLINE/World funded?
Major funding has been provided by the Skoll Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Additional funding provided by Carnegie Corporation of New York.

FRONTLINE/World is a production of WGBH Boston.

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