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AfroPop

AfroPop

From WORLD TV - a conversation about voter participation in Ghana versus the U.S.

America ReFramed

America ReFramed

Hear the many stories of a transforming American culture and its broad diversity.

American Experience

American Experience

Features a range of people and events in American history.

American Masters

American Masters

Award-winning biography series that celebrates arts and culture.

FRONTLINE

FRONTLINE

America's premier investigative documentary series since 1983.

Get Off Your Knees

Get Off Your Knees

John Robinson's story teaches those with and without disabilities that we can achieve our goals.

Global Voices

Global Voices

A showcase of internationally themed documentaries made by independent filmmakers.

Half the Sky Movement

Half the Sky Movement

Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide

Historic Views of the Capital City

Historic Views of the Capital City

Documentary explores Albany, New York's historic architecture and political figures.

Historic Views of the Carpet City

Historic Views of the Carpet City

Documentary explores the rich multicultural history of mill town Amsterdam, New York.

Homefront and Warfront: World War II

Homefront and Warfront: World War II

A close look at WWII through the eyes of Capital Region veterans, residents and workers.

Independent Lens

Independent Lens

Emmy-winning series on features independent documentary films from around the world.

Ken Burns Interview

Ken Burns Interview

New York NOW's exclusive interview with the filmmaker and distinguished American storyteller.

MAKERS: Women Who Make America

MAKERS: Women Who Make America

The story of the trailblazing women behind the Women's Movement.

The National Parks | A Ken Burns Film

The National Parks | A Ken Burns Film

A story of historic places & people who trying to save the precious land they love.

The New York Capitol Fire

The New York Capitol Fire

The 1911 New York Capitol fire was the greatest library fire disaster of modern times.

No Ordinary Lives: The War Years in Troy

No Ordinary Lives: The War Years in Troy

Documentary explores World War II era service and sacrifice in Uncle Sam's hometown.

Pioneers of Television

Pioneers of Television

Emmy-nominated series which reveals behind-the-scenes stories & fascinating facts about television.

POV

POV

Acclaimed point-of-view documentary films.

Presidents in Our Backyard

Presidents in Our Backyard

Facts and folklore behind the eight U.S. presidents with close ties to New York State.

Rediscovering the Light: Restoring New York’s Capitol

Rediscovering the Light: Restoring New York’s Capitol

The final chapters in the story of the restoration of the New York State Capitol.

Secrets of the Dead

Secrets of the Dead

Part detective story, part true-life drama; unearth evidence from around the world.

The Track at Saratoga, America's Grandest Race Course

The Track at Saratoga, America's Grandest Race Course

Celebrate 150 years of owners, trainers, jockeys & horses at the Saratoga Race Course.

William Kennedy's Prohibition Story

William Kennedy's Prohibition Story

Pulitzer Prize-winner William Kennedy retells Prohibition era saga of Jack 'Legs' Diamond.

WMHT WORLD Channel 17.3

WMHT WORLD Channel 17.3

Documentaries and stories from around the world.

WORLD Exclusive

WORLD Exclusive

fresh, engaging & provocative documentaries, shorts & shows for public media.

The monumental building that was supposed to last forever was destroyed after 53 years.

New York NOW: Education & History

New teachers union President wants to increase union's political potency

There’s a big change at state’s largest teacher’s union, New York State United Teachers, as members elected new leadership after months of unrest over the state’s flawed roll out of the new Common ...

State lawmakers say delay of Common Core effects likely in state budget

State lawmakers say it’s likely the state budget will include a moratorium on the effects of school exams administered in connection with the controversial Common Core learning standards.

The State ...

POV Documentary Blog

Apply for Britdoc’s PUMA Impact Award

Our friends at Britdoc are bringing back The PUMA Impact Award for the 4th year. Submit your film before April 28th to this annual prize honoring the best in documentary filmmaking for social change.

Now Accepting Submissions: POV Digital Documentaries

POV is seeking digital documentaries from independent media creators and technologists that push the boundaries of nonfiction media. Submit projects by May 30, 2014.

American Masters

A Fierce Green Fire: Online Sneak Peak Screening with American Masters and The Sierra Club

Join Sierra Club conservationist Bruce Hamilton for a special sneak preview screening of American Masters: A Fierce Green Fire. We'll gather together to watch the first 20 minutes of the film, chat...

A Fierce Green Fire: Online Screening and Filmmaker Chat: April 23, 2:30 pm PT/ 5:30 pm EST

A day after the national PBS premiere of American Masters: A Fierce Green Fire, filmmaker Mark Kitchell will participate in the American Masters online chat and screening of the entire film, Wednes...

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