Foyle flanked by two gas-masked soldiers, pointing rifles at him.
Credit: Courtesy of Bernard Walsh/Eleventh Hour/ITV for MASTERPIECE
February 05, 2015

This Acorn Falls a Little Bit Further from the Tree

It seems as if everyone wants to be a TV network these days. In the past two years, popular web-based content distributors such as Netflix, Amazon and Yahoo have become content producers as well, with original TV series such as House of Cards and Transparent. Then there’s Acorn Media, a DVD distributor that has become both an entertainment portal and now a production company. Whether or not this acorn grows into an towering oak, it’s already having an impact on what you see on WILL-TV.

Adam Winfield is seen with his parents during a meeting with the family's defense attorney at Ft Lewis.
Courtesy of Dan Krauss
January 23, 2015

Public TV Challenged by Indie Filmmakers

An impassioned conversation has been taking place between filmmakers and public television officials over the treatment of independent films in the national PBS schedule. In my view, it’s one that speaks to the soul of our shared enterprise as broadcasters operating in the public interest.

Alan J.W. Bell and Ken Kitson pose with WILL staffers David Thiel and Danda Beard.
Photo: David Thiel
October 17, 2014

Another Glass of Summer Wine?

Producer Alan J.W. Bell hopes that you haven't seen the last of the British comedy classic.

Celia (Anne Reid) and Alan (Derek Jacobi) at Far Slack Farm.
Courtesy of © Antony & Cleopatra Series Ltd. 2012
January 28, 2014

Buzz From the PBS Press Tour

New PBS shows include comedy, kids and Ken Burns.

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