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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Fifteen Years of Memorable Media

As we celebrate fifteen years of providing some of the most compelling information on the dial, we are taking time to reflect back on some memorable projects that left their mark. My most memorable project involved esteemed journalist Bill Moyers. In 2001, Bill Moyers and longtime collaborator Sherry Jones put together a documentary called Trade READ MORE »

Sunday, December 22, 2002

Mammograms Investigated on NOW with Bill Moyers

After years of bombarding women with messages about the importance of mammograms for the detection of a leading killer, breast cancer, now American women are getting shocking information, by way of radio, newspaper and television, about the very tests they’ve been urged to use. On June 27, 2002, after a year-long investigation, reporter Michael Moss READ MORE »

Wednesday, May 22, 2002

NOW with Bill Moyers Breaks Enron News

Since the start of the New Year, several key stories have dominated the national news, with the word ‘Enron’ immediately springing to mind as one of the top news stories in 2002 so far. In February, the weekly PBS news series NOW with Bill Moyers revealed information about Ken Lay’s meetings with Vice President Cheney READ MORE »