Music production company Stephen Arnold Music has created music for CNN’s 9/11—Ten Years Later. The news network will use the music in a range of shows and promotions during the week leading up to the commemoration, and a secondary, more sparse arrangement will play behind CNN’s live coverage of the unveiling of the 9/11 Memorial […]
Numerous television documentaries address the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks; most are well made and well intended, but many are as much a reflection of the channel showing them as they are a prism on the anniversary.
New York Says Thank You marks the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with stories of New Yorkers giving back. The feature film will air on Sept. 10 and 11.
There will be dozens of specials covering the events from every conceivable angle. Many are from networks that either didn’t exist back in 2001, didn’t have the capacity to cover the tragedy live or weren’t aggressively making as much original programming.
For many Americans, television and the horrific images it transmitted — burning buildings, bereft family members, victims plunging to their deaths — defined that day. Ten years later, broadcast and cable networks are betting that the nation is finally capable of digesting the enormity of that event. A number of programs premiering over the coming weeks will test that readiness, forcing a kind of mass reckoning.