AP, Frontline Documentary ‘20 Days In Mariupol’ To Make World Premiere At Sundance

The new feature film “20 Days in Mariupol” from The Associated Press and Frontline, the award-winning PBS documentary series housed at WGBH Boston, will make its world premiere at the […]

‘Lies, Politics And Democracy’ Kicks Off ‘Frontline’ Season

‘Frontline’ EP Raney Aronson-Rath Adds Editor-in-Chief To Title

PBS’s ‘Frontline’ Adds To Its Senior Editorial Team

PBS’s ‘Frontline’ To Stream Philippines Press Freedom Film

Newsy, ‘Frontline’ Take Top RFK TV Awards

The RFK Journalism Grand Prize went to Newsy for its documentary, A Broken Trust. The Seigenthaler Prize, which recognizes reporting under difficult circumstances requiring great courage and commitment, was given to PBS’s Frontline / Channel 4 / ITN Productions for its film, For Sama.

PBS’s ‘Frontline’ Supports 5 Local Investigations

The $4 million project, funded by the Knight Foundation and Corporation for Public Broadcasting, supports local reporting teams financially and with expertise from people at Frontline.

Knight Doubling Spending To Boost Local News

The Knight Foundation says it will invest $300 million in local journalism over the next five years. Among the beneficiaries are the American Journalism Project, which provides grants to local nonprofit news organizations; the investigative site ProPublica; Report for America, a service organization that pays for the hiring of local journalists; and PBS’s Frontline, the documentary program that’s making its first foray into local news.

‘Frontline’ to Launch ‘The Frontline Dispatch’ Podcast

How ‘Frontline’ Is Hooking A New Generation

Thanks to Facebook-first films, YouTube releases and audience engagement initiatives, 70% of Frontline’s web visitors are between 18 and 49. “We’re still a big PBS broadcast, we absolutely are, and we’re also a big streaming film series online,” says the show’s executive producer, Raney Aronson. “The moment it airs, it’s digital.”


‘Frontline’ Expands Into Multi-Part Series

PBS’s venerable documentary franchise Frontline is expanding into multi-part investigative series, exec producer Raney Aronson told reporters Sunday during PBS’s portion of the Television Critics Association’s press tour.

‘Frontline’ Getting Change In Leadership

Two Stations Among IRE Award Winners

The annual IRE Awards recognize outstanding investigative work and help identify the techniques and resources used to complete each story. This year’s winners included WVUE New Orleans and KHOU Houston. Other TV winners included Telemundo, The Weather Channel and PBS Frontline.

‘Frontline’ Makes Major Investment In Digital

PBS’s ‘Frontline’ Gets Grants To Expand Reporting

ESPN Quits Film On Concussions in NFL

Michael Sullivan, ‘Frontline’ Producer, Dies At 67

PBS Joins With Univision to Show ‘Frontline’ Film

CBS, ‘Frontline’ Are Polk Award TV Winners

The award for television reporting went to correspondent Holly Williams and  cameraman Andrew Portch from CBS News for their work uncovering human rights abuses in China. The award for documentary television reporting was won by PBS’s Frontline correspondent Martin Smith and producer Michael Kirk for a four-part series on the origins of the global financial crisis and the continuing impact it is having around the world.

‘Louie,’ ‘Girls,’ ‘Bad’ Top WGA TV Winners

Others taking home trophies include Portlandia, The Simpsons, Mad Men, Modern Family, Hatfields and McCoys, Game Change, The Tony Awards, The Young & the Restless, Frontline and Nova.

‘Frontline’ Ups Aronson To Deputy Exec. Producer

‘Frontline’ EP Calls For Creation Of Journalism Fund

Hackers Post Phony Story On PBS Website

PBS officials say hackers have cracked the network’s website, posting a phony story claiming dead rapper Tupac Shakur was alive in New Zealand, and a group that claimed responsibility for the hacking complained about a recent Frontline investigative news program on WikiLeaks.