Dec 18, 2009
Comments are coming in to the PBS ombudsman regarding the transformation of PBS NewsHour into a more nimble and multiplatform program. Viewpoints range from appreciation of its "new briskness" to disappointment that "it comes across as a canned program." Also, thoughts from viewers on specific NewsHour reports including climate change.
Posted by Dru at 11:52 AM
PBS programs have won 18 CINE Golden Eagle Awards, presented twice a year to recognize work of filmmakers, videographers, producers, directors and other craftspeople in the film, television, and new media industries. Among the winners are Sesame Street, American Masters, four for Nova (including "Ocean Animal Emergency," above) and a MacNeil/Lehrer doc. WCTE-TV/Two Six Inc., serving the north-central area of Tennessee, also scored an Eagle for Tuba U: Basso Profundo.
Full list of winners here.
Posted by Dru at 10:38 AM