Saturday, August 3, 2013

The Real Mad Men and Women of Madison Avenue | George Lois' Goodman's Matzos Stunt

Ad man George Lois discusses how he once threatened to jump out the window to save his ad campaign for Goodman's Matzos.

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Washington Week | Behind the Scenes of the 2012 Election with Dan Balz

In the Webcast Extra, Dan Balz discusses the behind the scenes maneuvering he writes about in his new book, Collision 2012. Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Mitt Romney and the Republican Primary feature.

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PBS NewsHour | Brooks, Marcus on Congressional Questions as Break Starts

New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week's top political news, including their take on what the latest jobs numbers say about larger economic challenges and where important issues stand as Congress vacates Capitol Hill for their summer break.

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PBS NewsHour | SRL Tutorial Part 4: Audio

Student Reporting Labs teacher Gil Garcia goes over the importance of audio.

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The Real Mad Men and Women of Madison Avenue | Gargano on Ally

Amil Gargano on his partner Carl Ally.

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The Real Mad Men and Women of Madison Avenue | First Look: The Real Mad Men & Women of Madison Avenue

During the 1960s, a creative revolution took over the world of American advertising, ushering in an era of iconic ads such as Doyle Dane Bernbachâ?Ts â?oThink Smallâ? ad for Volkswagen. Hear about this exciting period from real-life Don Drapers and Peggy Olsons â?" and find out if the three-martini lunches and workplace trysts in AMC's Mad Men were the stuff of dreams or reality.

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PBS NewsHour | Researchers Steer Off Course With Power of 'GPS Spoofing'

New research shows the GPS software we all rely on can be hacked and manipulated. In June, a team at the University of Texas employed "GPS spoofing" to disorient the navigation system on a luxury yacht. Jeffrey Brown talks with Todd Humphreys, the researcher behind the projects, along with technology analyst Milton Clary.

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PBS NewsHour | SRL Tutorial Part 3: Setup

How should one set up for an interview?

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Blank on Blank | Larry King on Being Seduced

Interview by Cal Fussman Esquire writer-at-large Los Angeles, 2001 Original interview @ Esquire.com Executive Producer: David Gerlach Animator: Patrick Smith

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The Real Mad Men and Women of Madison Avenue | Amil Gargano on 1960s Volvo Ads

Amil Gargano talks about his work on Volvo's ambitious ad campaign in the 1960s.

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PBS NewsHour | SRL Tutorial Part 2: Location

A well-chosen interview setting is key in video production.

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Blank on Blank | The Beastie Boys on Being Stupid

Interview by Rocci Fisch for ABC News Radio, 1985, Washington, D.C.

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Blank on Blank | David Foster Wallace on Ambition

Interview by Leonard Lopate, WNYC, March 4, 1996 Executive Producer: David Gerlach Animator: Patrick Smith

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Masterpiece | Sherlock Season 3 Preview

Sherlock, Season 3, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, is coming to PBS's MASTERPIECE in 2014! (Sherlock is a Hartswood Films production for BBC Wales, co-produced with MASTERPIECE.)

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Blank on Blank | James Brown on Conviction, Respect and Reagan

Interview by Rocci Fisch 1984. Washington, D.C. Convention Center Originally recorded for ABC News Radio

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Blank on Blank | Maurice Sendak on "Being A Kid"

Interview by Andrew Romano and Ramin Seetodeh 2009. Sendak's home in Connecticut

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Journalist and World War II co...

Journalist and World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle was born on this date in 1900. http://ow.ly/nABYB


Watch now: Ernie Pyle's Typewriter | History Detectives | NHPTV Video
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Journalist and World War II co...

Journalist and World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle was born on this date in 1900. http://ow.ly/nABYB


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PBS NewsHour | Thursday, August 1, 2013

Tonight on the program, we examine Russia's decision to grant Edward Snowden temporary asylum from the U.S. and the reluctance by both countries to upset diplomacy. Also: A look into "word for word" collection by the NSA, if the rebel offense in Syria may be a little too late, a look back at the FBI era under Robert Mueller, and Senators McCaskill and Ayotte talk military sexual assault.

PBS NewsHour | Thursday, August 1, 2013
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Arts in Context | Tardeadas Trailer

We follow a week in the life of Los Pinkys, as we learn about the importance of keeping the Tejano musical tradition alive in East Austin. We also explore what these new demographic changes mean to the old community, and how music can help bridge differences.

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Papal Trip to Brazil, Sikhs One Year Later, Tobi Kahn

We talk with Father Thomas Reese, senior analyst for the National Catholic Reporter, about Pope Francis in Brazil; we remember the first anniversary of the tragic shooting at a Sikh gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin; and we visit the studio of artist Tobi Kahn whose work is permeated by his Jewish background and spirituality.

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Friday, August 2, 2013

Last Tango in Halifax | Last Tango in Halifax Preview

Enjoy an uplifting comedy-drama about romance and second chances. Premieres Sunday, September 8 at 8/7c, only on PBS.

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Jubilee | Michael Cleveland, Jaclyn Sites, Kids on Bluegrass

Premier fiddler Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, 2012 Grand Master Fiddle Champion Jaclyn (Jacie) Sites, and the youthful performers of Kids on Bluegrass perform at the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Fan Fest in Nashville.

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PBS NewsHour | In Syria, Assad Makes Gains in Central Regions

The civil war in Syria stands at a stale mate. Assad's regime has made major gains in central Syria while rebel forces still control the northern and southern regions of the country. Is U.S. non-lethal aid making a difference? Is there an end to the conflict in sight? Margaret Warner talks to NPR's Deborah Amos.

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PBS NewsHour | In FBI Mueller Era, Priority of Intelligence and Prevention

Robert Mueller's first day as director of the FBI was just one week before September 11, 2011. As he closes his tenure, former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff and Julian Zelizer of Princeton University join Ray Suarez to examine Mueller's legacy and the evolution of the FBI's mission in the last 12 years.

PBS NewsHour | In FBI Mueller Era, Priority of Intelligence and Prevention
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PBS NewsHour | Sens. McCaskill, Ayotte on Military Sexual Assault

The debate continues over the best and most effective ways to curb rampant sexual assault in the military. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H. , back a plan that includes reform but keeps the adjudication of assault cases within the military chain of command. They join Gwen Ifill to discuss their stance.

PBS NewsHour | Sens. McCaskill, Ayotte on Military Sexual Assault
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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Federal Reserve Downgrades U.S. Economic Growth

In other news Wednesday, the Federal Reserve gave the U.S. economy a "modest" growth assessment, a slight downgrade from the "moderate" rating in June. Also, the U.S. House of Representatives moved towards final approval on a student loan deal that ties interest rates to the performance of financial markets.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Federal Reserve Downgrades U.S. Economic Growth
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PBS NewsHour | Debate Over the Secret Court That Approves Surveillance

The role of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has come under scrutiny in the wake of leaks on NSA surveillance programs. Who serves on the FISA Court? And is there any oversight for the judges who oversee government surveillance programs? Jeffery Brown poses these questions to experts James Bamford and Steven Bradbury.

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PBS NewsHour | U.S. and Russia Reluctant to Upset Diplomacy Despite Tension

Russia's offer of asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden has U.S. officials weighing whether to cancel President Barack Obama's upcoming summit with President Vladimir Putin. Will it affect long-term diplomacy between the two nations? Jeffrey Brown gets an update on the Snowden story from Paul Sonne of The Wall Street Journal.

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PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Ariel Castro Faces Life Sentence Plus 1,000 Years

In other news Thursday, Ariel Castro was sentenced to life in prison without parole plus 1,000 years for holding three women captive for more than a decade at his home in Cleveland, Ohio. Also, Egypt's interior ministry offered "safe passage" to thousands of Morsi supporters if they ended their protests.

PBS NewsHour | News Wrap: Ariel Castro Faces Life Sentence Plus 1,000 Years
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NHPTV Special Productions | Road Less Traveled

The story of 8 everyday people who choose to spend 6 months hiking the entire Appalachian Trail.

NHPTV Special Productions | Road Less Traveled
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PBS NewsHour | NSA Collects 'Word for Word' Every Domestic Communication

Judy Woodruff sits down with two former NSA officials who blew the whistle on what they said were abuses at the NSA, along with that agencyâ?Ts former inspector general, to talk about whether that secretive agency is recording all domestic calls in the U.S.

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Nazi Mega Weapons | Nazi Mega Weapons: V2 Rocket - Preview

See how von Braun heralded the birth of ballistic missiles and laid foundations for the space race. 7/31/2013

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PBS NewsHour | Who Will Succeed Bernanke at the Federal Reserve?

Federal Reserve board chairman Ben Bernanke will step down from his term in January, and Washington is already buzzing with discussion of who will replace him. Judy Woodruff sits down with David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal to discuss the importance of the Federal Reserve chief and why it matters who takes the helm next.

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Flicks | Neil Patrick Harris for "Smurfs 2"

Neil Patrick Harris talks with Patrick Stoner about the challenge of playing an average guy with no special talents or quirks in "Smurfs2."

Flicks | Neil Patrick Harris for "Smurfs 2"
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PBS NewsHour | Egyptian Government to Crackdown on Pro-Morsi Protests

The Egyptian interim government issued a further crackdown against supporters of ousted President Morsi, saying it would "take all means necessary" to end the deadly protests held by the Muslim Brotherhood. The U.S. government urged Egypt to respect the opposition's right to peaceful assembly. Margaret Warner reports.

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It was all about propulsion at...

It was all about propulsion at the Hillsboro-Deering Elementary School! NHPTV's Ready To Learn Summer Science program worked with kids on exploring propulsion and Newton's Laws of Motion. We made balloon string racers and balloon powered cars. We also explored freezing point and made delicious ice cream, because nothing is better than science you can eat!



It was all about propulsion at...

It was all about propulsion at the Hillsboro-Deering Elementary School! NHPTV's Ready To Learn Summer Science program worked with kids on exploring propulsion and Newton's Laws of Motion. We made balloon string racers and balloon powered cars. We also explored freezing point and made delicious ice cream, because nothing is better than science you can eat!



PBS NewsHour | As Egypt Announces New Measures, U.S. Considers Influence

The Egyptian interim government may take violent measures to combat protest. Is this move reminiscent of the Egyptian government's repressive history? How should the Obama administration respond? Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Michelle Dunne of the Atlantic Council and Samer Shehata from the University of Oklahoma.

PBS NewsHour | As Egypt Announces New Measures, U.S. Considers Influence
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PBS NewsHour | Fighting to Unravel India's Widespread Child Labor Abuses

There are laws against child labor in India, yet millions of underage children are still trafficked or forced by poverty to toil away in factories. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro profiles an entrepreneur who developed a labeling system for rugs made without child labor and helps get underage workers back in school.

PBS NewsHour | Fighting to Unravel India's Widespread Child Labor Abuses
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Last Tango in Halifax | Last Tango in Halifax - Tease

Enjoy an uplifting comedy-drama about romance and second chances. Premieres Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, at 8 p.m. ET.

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PBS NewsHour | Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Tonight on the program, we take a look at the court martial outcome for Bradley Manning and debate whether justice was served in his trial and verdict. Also: Doctors consider redefining what they call cancer, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand advocates removing sexual assault cases from the military chain of command, a Honduran city is ravaged by unchecked gang violence and a look at assisted living.

PBS NewsHour | Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Tonight on the program, we examine the details of NSA surveillance after the Obama administration released documents revealing what the government did with collected data. Also: A look inside the FISA court and the questions surrounding it, the question of who will replace Ben Bernanke as chair of the Fed, Egypt's interim government vows to stop protesters and preventing child labor in India.

PBS NewsHour | Wednesday, July 31, 2013
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Thursday, August 1, 2013

PBS NewsHour | Obama Administration Reveals NSA Phone Surveillance Details

The American public is learning more about the government's phone surveillance program, revealed by leaker Edward Snowden. The Obama administration released documents showing how the National Security Agency uses the data. Gwen Ifill is joined by Charlie Savage, who is covering the story for The New York Times.

PBS NewsHour | Obama Administration Reveals NSA Phone Surveillance Details
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FRONTLINE | Did Joan Boyce Die of Neglect?

Kathryn Locatell, a leading forensic geriatrician, says that by comparing resident Joan Boiceâ?Ts condition before she entered Emerald Hills with her condition upon leaving, one can see a clear decline. Upon examining the operation of the facility, Locatell determined that the reason was neglect.

FRONTLINE | Did Joan Boyce Die of Neglect?
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POV | Last Train Home - Preview

Travel with two of the 130 million Chinese migrants who return to their home villages every New Year. 8/5/2013

POV | Last Train Home - Preview
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