Manafort trial Day 8: Judge concedes fault after Mueller protest, Airbnb exec takes the standA storyteller rehearses backstage for WGBH's live show “Stories from the Stage.” Premiering on World Channel in October 2017, the original series gathers multicultural storytellers to reflect America’s underreported diversity today. Producer Liz Cheng said, “We admire video storytelling. But when you hear a story without actually seeing the person, you don’t realize how different they are from you.” Many performers are first-time storytellers, with everyday appearances concealing extraordinary stories. Before they get on stage, Cheng will interview and coach them. She wants them to tell their stories from the heart, not just read a script.
Devin McCourty not disappointed in Tom BradyEven though the Patriots are on a break until training camp, safety Devin McCourty remains busy with his role in the Player’s Coalition and pushing to combat social and racial inequality. Monday night, he was on WGBH’s “Greater Boston” with Jim Braude. Naturally, the anthem issue was discussed, along with the new league policy for players who don’t stand with President Trump maintaining the players are disrespecting the men and women of the military with their protests. Braude also asked about Tom Brady’s recent remarks to Oprah Winfrey with regard to players kneeling, and how the Patriot’s quarterback respected everyone’s right to protest, and thought the Patriots had healthy discussions on the subject.
Newsrooms take home trophies at 41st annual Boston/New England EmmysThe best and brightest of New England’s news industry, decked out in tuxedos and floor-length dresses, flocked to Boston on Saturday to celebrate the region’s 41st annual Emmy Awards. Several Massachusetts-based news organizations raked in the awards at the 2018 Boston/New England Emmy Awards gala, which was presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and held at the Marriott Boston Copley Place. … Executive editor and host Emily Rooney of WGBH’s “Beat the Press” took home an award for Best Interview/Discussion, along with producer Antonio Caban and reporter Adam Reilly.
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WGBH’s High School Quiz Show™ Reveals Top 16 Competitors for Tenth Anniversary SeasonEpisodes begin taping January 2019 at WGBH Studios
Singing Groups From Across New England Invited to Audition for WGBH’s Fifth Season of Sing That Thing!Eighteen regionals singing groups will be selected to compete on the televised competition Deadline to submit an audition video is December 3, 2018
Mass. High Schools Invited to Participate in WGBH’s High School Quiz Show 10th Anniversary “Super Sunday” Qualifying EventTop scoring academic teams at the November 4 event will advance to the televised academic competition. Deadline to register is Friday, October 26.
WGBH’s A Christmas Celtic Sojourn with Brian O’Donovan Returns for 16th SeasonNew England’s beloved holiday tradition comes to Boston, Worcester, Providence, New Bedford and Rockport December 12 - 23
WGBH Unveils Campaign for Digital Leadership$175 Million Capital Campaign Largest in Public Media History
Ann Dexter joins WGBH as Vice President of Human ResourcesBOSTON (October 30, 2018) – Boston public media producer WGBH announced today that Ann Dexter will join the organization as Vice President of Human Resources. She succeeds Fran Sullivan who retired last month.
WGBH Launches New Digital Resources in its “Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms” Educational Initiative in Collaboration with NASASpace is within reach for educators, free of charge through PBS LearningMedia
WGBH News to Host 2018 Gubernatorial Debate on October 17Baker-Gonzalez Debate will Broadcast Live on 89.7 WGBH Radio, WGBH 2 Television and on WGBHNews.org
Taste of WGBH Food and Wine Festival Returns October 11-14, 2018Join award-winning chefs Chris Coombs, Chandra Gouldrup, Colin Lynch, Jeremy Sewall. Kathy Sidell, The Brass sisters and more for a celebration of fine food and drink
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