Originally developed by FRONTLINE
producers in conjunction with public television stations KQED
San Francisco and WGBH
Boston, FRONTLINE/World launched in 2002 as a national
public TV seriees that turns its lens on the global community,
and cultures rarely seen on American television.
its final broadcast season in June 2010. The format and success
of the series will be adapted to become
part of FRONTLINE's new committment to produce year-round
programming, including the launch of a new news magazine
series in early
You can watch the enitre broadcast archive-- stories that
feature two or three
"short stories" told by a diverse group of reporters and video
journalists -- on the website. These first-person stories
take viewers on
adventurous journeys to foreign lands from Argentina to Zimbabwe.
Taking advantage of easily portable digital cameras, our correspondents
roam widely, observe closely, and when necessary, film surreptitiously.
Major funding for the series and website has been
provided by ABB, Shell, the
John D and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,
the Skoll Foundation, and
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.