Welcome to Our New Site!


November 23, 2015

It’s been a great fall for FRONTLINE! While you’ve seen our seven new broadcasts and other digital projects, we’ve been keeping something else under wraps that we’re excited to share with you today: our newly redesigned website!

The driving force behind this redesign was you, our users. We know you’re coming to us from all of your devices — from smartphones to tablets to desktop computers — so it’s fully responsive to give you the best experience on whichever device you choose.

Now it will be seamless, whether you’re watching one of more than 190 films we’re currently streaming, reading one of our in-depth stories or exploring an interactive. You’ll also find a new idea, Investigations, which reflects our ongoing commitment to reporting across platforms on the most pressing issues of the day, such as The ISIS Threat or Locked Up in America.

While today we’re launching a new look and feel, our commitment to rigorous journalism and pushing boundaries both on and beyond our broadcast won’t ever change.

To that end, we’re launching with a brand-new digital film today. Children of ISIS, which explores how ISIS is systematically recruiting Syrian children as young as eight to become soldiers and suicide bombers, is the latest in our ongoing series of original digital films.

We’re really proud to bring this new experience to you, and we’re grateful to CPB, whose funding allowed us to pursue this project; the terrific team at WGBH Digital, which helped us design and build it; and PBS, which has been supportive throughout the process.

We hope you’ll have a look around, hang out for awhile and let us know what you think, either in the comments below or by emailing us at frontline@pbs.org.

— Sarah Moughty
Managing Editor for Digital

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