John Siceloff, an American journalist who reported for "The MacNeil/Lehrer Report" and co-created PBS’s "Now" with Bill Moyers, died on Friday at his home in Dutchess County, New York. He was 61.
By Vanessa Dennis
Fred Rogers recorded a message for those who grew up watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" a few months before he died.
By Lorna Baldwin
Norman Bridwell, who brought Clifford the Big Red Dog to life in a series of books and later an animated show on PBS, died in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts on Friday. He was 86 years old.
In the new book and PBS series “How We Got to Now,” Steven Johnson presents six game-changing innovations and how they shaped the modern world. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Johnson about surprising connections between invention and American society.
A new web series by PBS Digital Studios called "Everything But the News" pokes fun at what we do at the NewsHour every night. In the first episode, Steve Goldbloom plays a fictional tech reporter who travels to Southern California…
By Colleen Shalby
What would Jim Lehrer do? That’s Steve Goldbloom’s mantra in PBS Digital Studios’ latest creation, “Everything But the News” -- the show that gives you a real (or is it fake? No, it’s real. But wait, is it really?) behind-the-scenes…
The art of bringing British drama to American screens with 'Masterpiece'…
Rebecca Eaton talks about producing PBS's "Masterpiece Theater" in her new book.
Richard Gowan of NYU discusses the administration's military options in Syria.
Dr. Ronald Stockton; university professor and graveyard enthusiast.
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