Around the Nation

BY Tom LeGro  January 30, 2013 at 2:49 PM EST

Here are four arts and culture videos from public broadcasting partners around the nation.

From the PBS series “Shakespeare Uncovered” a look into how the Globe was built and what performances might have looked like:

Watch Education | The History Behind the Globe on PBS. See more from Shakespeare Uncovered.

From Independent Lens: Film fest schmoozing in 5 simple steps as demonstrated by NewsHour alum Steve Goldbloom at Sundance 2013;

Watch Film Fest Schmoozing in 5 Steps on PBS. See more from Independent Lens.

Off Book asks, “What’s the Deal with Internet Comedy?”
“Comedy is a huge part of entertainment and culture, but for decades there have been very limited opportunities for comedians to reach audiences and succeed. Fortunately, the internet has blown that wide open, providing new venues for the creation of comedy, removing the limitations of the old guard, and opening new doors to laughter.”

Watch What’s the Deal with Internet Comedy? on PBS. See more from Off Book.

From “Living St. Louis,” a profile of the Saint Louis Art Museum’s Impressionist collection:

Watch Saint Louis Art Museum’s Impressionist Collection on PBS. See more from Living St. Louis.