Though few athletes seem as widely beloved in retirement, the erstwhile Cassius Clay was once one of the most controversial — and loathed — public figures in America.
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Greek state TV and radio were gradually pulled off the air late Tuesday, hours after the government said it would temporarily close all state-run broadcasts and lay off about 2,500 workers as part of…
Making a move into the international market, Cinedigm has acquired digital/VOD rights for the U.S., Canada and Latin American to over 1,000 TV episodes from the Australian Broadcasting Corp. library…
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Filmmakers Joe Brewster and Michele Stephenson dedicated 12 years of their family's life to "American Promise," an intimate look at what it's like to be young, black and male in a largely white…
Outlining a number of areas in which he would cut from the federal budget, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told Fortune magazine that he would eliminate federal funding for PBS, the…
PBS, NPR and public stations are once again sounding the alarm as House Republicans have proposed zeroing out federal funding for public broadcasting.
Rounding out his "Globalization Trilogy" with another affecting, character-driven portrait designed to indict corporate opportunism, Micha X. Peled exposes the issues underlying a rash of farmer…
Throughout its 40-year history, PBS has served as the occasional whipping boy for small government advocates. But this past year, the publicly funded network endured its fiercest attacks to date.
While Republicans plot ways to slit its throat -- hiding behind chants of fiscal responsibility -- public broadcasting keeps shooting itself in the foot.
Liberals had a field day with the image of an elderly woman at a health-care forum shouting, "Keep your government hands off my Medicare." The outburst underscored the perception that while Tea Party…
A 41-year-old video posted to the PBS website has been a morale booster for public television in times of tough budget battles.