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PBS/CPB Elections Collaboration Clips
(51 clips total)
Top 10 Clips:
NOW on PBS – Preview: Democrats Divided :January 24, 2008
Bill Moyers – Rev. Jeremiah Wright Interview:Clip #1,Clip #2,Clip #3,Clip #4: April 25, 2008
Frontline – Sick Around the World: Preview Taiwan: April 15, 2008
NOW on PBS - Immigrant Detainees: A New Profit Center?: 5/9/08
Bill Moyers Journal – California Nurses Association: May 19, 2008
Frontline – Young & Restless in China: Sneak Peek 3: June 17, 2008
POV – Campaign: Trailer: July 29, 2008
Frontline – Rules of Engagement: Clip 1: February 19, 2008
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 Open Call - Voting Schmoting
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 Open Call - Back Home and Voting
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China
Economy/Mortgage Crisis
Healthcare
Immigration
Intelligence/Terrorism/War on Terror
Investigative Journalism
Iran
Iraq War
Media
Race/Religion
Politics/Corruption
Poverty
Voting
China
Frontline – Young & Restless in China Preview:
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June 17, 2008
FRONTLINE explores the generation coming of age in China today. Shot over four years, the film
follows a group of nine young Chinese from across the country as they scramble to keep pace with
a society changing as fast as any in history.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/youngchina/
Filename: chinaYoutube.mov
Frontline – Young & Restless in China Sneak Peek 1: June 17, 2008
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Entrepreneur Ben Wu opens his first Internet cafe in FRONTLINE's "Young & Restless in
China"
FRONTLINE explores the generation coming of age in China today. Shot over four years,
the film follows a group of nine young Chinese from across the country as they scramble
to keep pace with a society changing as fast as any in history. Their stories of ambition
and desire, exuberance, crime and corruption are interwoven with moments of heartache
and despair. Together they paint an intimate portrait of the generation that is remaking
China.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/youngchina/
Filename: BenWuYoutube.mov
Frontline – Young & Restless in China: Sneak Peek 2: June 17, 2008
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Public interest lawyer Zhang Jingjing represents more than 1,000 families suing over a power line
built for the Olympic games in FRONTLINE "Young & Restless in China"
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Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/youngchina/
Filename: JingJingYoutube.mov
Frontline – Young & Restless in China: Sneak Peek 3: June 17, 2008
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Rapper Wang Xiaolei, aka MC Sir, uses his music to express a dark view of China's new boom
times in FRONTLINE "Young & Restless in China"
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Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/youngchina/
Filename: WangXiaoYoutube.mov
Economy/Mortgage Crisis
Bill Moyers Journal – Mortgage Mess: July 18, 2008
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BILL MOYERS JOURNAL travels to ground zero of the mortgage meltdown —
Cleveland, Ohio. Correspondent Rick Karr takes viewers to Slavic Village, one of the
hardest hit neighborhoods in the nation when it comes to the spate of foreclosures
caused by the subprime mortgage crisis.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/07182008/profile.html
Filename: OH FORECLOSED HOMES.mov
Healthcare
Bill Moyers Journal – California Nurses Association: May 9, 2008
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Bill Moyers profiles the fight the California Nurses Association (CNA) has been waging
over universal healthcare. "There shouldn't be a double standard," says Rose Ann
DeMoro, executive director of CNA. "We, as the public, pay for Dick Cheney's care. Why
is the government not providing the same type of care to all Americans?"
Filename: NursesYouTube.mov
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/05092008/profile.html
Frontline – Sick Around the World: Preview: April 15, 2008
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Other rich countries have universal health care, why don't we? FRONTLINE travels to five countries
in search of a universal health care system that could work in the U.S. in "Sick Around the World."
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Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/sickaroundtheworld/
Filename: FRONTLINESickYT.mov
Frontline – Sick Around the World: Preview Germany: April 15, 2008
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In Germany, health plan premiums are based on income and everyone has access to medical
care—including the unemployed. Watch "Sick Around the World"
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Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/sickaroundtheworld/
Filename: FRONTLINESickGermanyYT.mov
Frontline – Sick Around the World: Preview Taiwan: April 15, 2008
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To design a new comprehensive health care system, officials in Taiwan looked abroad for ideas,
borrowing from the best and avoiding the worst—including what they found in the U.S. Watch "Sick
Around the World"
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Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/sickaroundtheworld/
Filename: FRONTLINESickTaiwanYT.mov
POV – Critical Condition: Trailer: September 30, 2008
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What happens if you fall sick and are one of 47 million people in America without health
insurance? "Critical Condition" by Roger Weisberg ("Waging a Living," P.O.V. 2006) puts
a human face on the nation's growing health care crisis by capturing the harrowing
struggles of four critically ill Americans who discover that being uninsured can cost them
their jobs, health, home, savings, and even their lives. Filmed in verité style, "Critical
Condition" offers a moving and invaluable exposé at a time when the nation is debating
how to extend health insurance to all Americans.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2008/criticalcondition/preview.html
Filename: POV_criticalcondition_tra.mp4
Filename: criticalcondition_tra.mp4
Immigration
NOW on PBS - Immigrant Detainees: A New Profit Center?: 5/9/08
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NOW looks at how the private corrections industry is profiting when immigrants are held
in detention centers awaiting deportation.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/419/video-prisons.html
Filename: 419-webex.mp4
Intelligence/Terrorism/War on Terror
Bill Moyers Journal - Web Exclusive Essay: Trickster
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Web exclusive essay from Bill Moyers Journal. The National Intelligence Agency is
issuing a contract to spy on players of massive multiplayer online games like World of
Warcraft and Second Life. Correspondent Rick Karr puts it in context in this Bill Moyers
Journal Web Exclusive essay.
Link: http://youtube.com/watch?v=E8GbIkY4hbo
Filename: tricksteressay.mov
Bill Moyers Journal – Jack Goldsmith: September 07, 2007
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In these two excerpts from Bill Moyers Journal, Jack Goldsmith, former head the Office of
Legal Counsel at the Justice Department, gives an insider's view of advising the
President on the limits of executive power during the war on terror.
In the second section, Goldsmith recounts what he calls "the most amazing scene I'd
ever witnessed"—the night then White House counsel Alberto Gonzalez and former
White House chief of staff Andrew Card Gonzalez, went to the hospital to try to persuade
Attorney General John Ashcroft to give his permission on a secret surveillance plan,
overriding acting Attorney General James Comey.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/09072007/profile3.html
Filename: Moyers_JackGoldsmith.mov
Filename: BMJ122_Goldsmith.mov
Bill Moyers Journal – Jeremy Scahill: October 19, 2007
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Bill Moyers interviews investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill about Blackwater -- in this
clip Scahill tells the incredible story of armed Blackwater troops being sent into New
Orleans on the order of Blackwater CEO Erik Prince in the aftermath of Katrina.
Bill Moyers Journal, airing Friday, October 19th at 9 on PBS, examines what's behind
Prince's recent blitz of television interviews defending his private security firm when
officials in Iraq said they wanted the company out of their country in the wake of the
shooting deaths of Iraqi civilians on September 16. Scahill is the author of the bestselling
book: Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/10192007/profile.html
Filename: scahill_chunk.mov
Investigative Journalism
Bill Moyers Journal – Expose: Chemicals in Our Food : May 28. 2008
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There may be a potentially dangerous chemical leaching into our food from the
containers that we use every day. THE JOURNAL and EXPOSÉ examine why, even
though studies show that the chemical Bisphenol A can cause cancer and other health
problems in lab animals, the manufacturers, their lobbyists, and U.S. regulators say it's
safe.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/05232008/watch2.html
Filename: bisphenolyoutube.mov
Expose – Crisis Management: August 1, 2007
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How could one team of journalists be so far ahead of the curve that they discovered over
a year before Hurricane Katrina that the Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) was a national disaster itself? Watch the story of the investigation into waste and
fraud that rocked FEMA and its head, Michael Brown, long before the agency's failings
made front-page national news. Brown dismissed the paper's reporting, but the story
wouldn't blow over, as the whole country would become painfully aware of only after
Katrina hit.
File Name: expose207.mp4
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/expose/2006/09/crisis-mismanagement.html
Expose – Nice Work, If You Can Get It: August 8, 2007
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Scott Higham and Robert O'Harrow, Jr. go "back to school" to learn the ins and outs of
government contracting. And with the help of an inside source, get the goods on case
after case of failed programs and reveal how the DHS mismanaged taxpayers' money in
its post-9/11 rush to tighten national security.
File Name: expose208.mp4
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/expose/2006/10/nice-work-if-you-can-get-it.html
Expose – Charity Begins at Home: August 15, 2007
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Could a well-intentioned government program become a cash machine for businessmen
bent on enriching themselves at the expense of the disabled? In 1971, Congress created
a program to channel federal contracts to charities that train and employ workers who are
blind or have severe disabilities. Known as JWOD (named after the law that created it,
the Javits-Wagner-O'Day act), it eventually came to have a $2 billion dollar budget. But
no one, it appears, was keeping track of where that money was going, until journalists
from The Oregonian decided to have a look. What they found was abuse of the system
and anemic oversight resulting in a massive bilking of taxpayers and precious few jobs
for the genuinely disabled.
File Name: expose209.mp4
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/expose/2006/11/charity-begins-at-home.html
Iran
Fontline – Showdown with Iran Preview:
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October 23, 2008
How will the next president deal with Iran? FRONTLINE examines the rise of Iran and
why it's one of America's greatest threats and most puzzling foreign policy challenges.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/showdown/
Filename: FRONTLINEIran2602YT.mov
Iraq War
Frontline – Bush’s War Preview of Night 1: 3/25/08
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On the 5th anniversary of the Iraq invasion, FRONTLINE presents the definitive
documentary analysis of "Bush's War"
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/bushswar/
Filename: BushsWarNight1YT.mov
Frontline – Rules of Engagment Preview: February 19, 2008
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FRONTLINE cuts through the fog of war to reveal the untold story of what happened in
Haditha, Iraq—where twenty-four of the town's residents were killed by U.S. forces in
what many in the media branded "Iraq's My Lai." With accusations swirling that the
Marines massacred Iraqi civilians "in cold blood," the Haditha incident has led to one of
the largest criminal cases against U.S. troops in the Iraq war.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/haditha/
Filename: FLNRulesofEngagementYT.mov
Frontline – Rules of Engagement: Clip 1: February 19, 2008
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The Marines of 3/1 Kilo Company talk with FRONTLINE about rules of engagement in the
shadow of the 2005 Haditha incident, where twenty-four of the town's residents were
killed by U.S. forces.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/haditha/
Filename: FRONTLINE_Haditha_ROE.mov
NOW on PBS – Fighting the Army: June 13, 2008
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Is the Army casting aside its neediest soldiers? NOW on PBS presents the stories of
soldiers who faced trauma both in the Army and again back home. Here, Jonathan
Norrell, who served as an Army medic in Iraq, describes how he transformed from a
strong and proud soldier who "loved" being in the military to a man so scarred he could
no longer do his job.
Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrMY1eqEVPs
Filename: NOW_Fighting the Army.mp4
Filename: PBS-NOW1V424-webex.mov
Filename: PBS-NOW1V424-webex.mov
NOW on PBS – PROMO: Back in Iraq Special Preview:
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January 19, 2007
NOW on PBS airs a one-hour show on the soldiers of the Third Infantry Division at
Georgia's Ft Stewart, many of whom have been deployed an unprecedented third time to
the battlefields of Iraq. We profiled their deployment in a NOW program earlier this year.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/303/index.html
Filename: NOW-Iraq-promo.mov
NOW on PBS – Soldiers Stories: David Chavarria: June 13, 2008
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On David Chavarria's last mission to Iraq, something unbearable happened: his friend
died in his arms. In this web-extended interview, Chavarria describes the guilt,
depression and fear that led him to attempt suicide. When he turned to the Army for help,
their response left him cold. After ten years of serving his country, he was told he had a
personality disorder and was given ten days to leave the military. Chavarria's wife
spearheaded a movement to fight back.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/424/soldiers-ptsd.html
Filename: PBS-NOW1V424-webex1.mp4
NOW on PBS – Soldiers Stories: Jonathan Norrell: June 13, 2008
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Jonathan Norrell, who served as an Army medic in Iraq, describes how he transformed
from a strong and proud soldier who "loved" being in the military to a man so scarred he
could no longer do his job. His touching and terrifying stories of life and death in Iraq—as
well as the crippling effects of the war—are also captured in a personal journal he kept
during his treatment for PTSD after he returned from Iraq.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/424/soldiers-ptsd.html
Filename: PBS-NOW1V424-webex2.mp4
POV – Soldiers of Conscience: Preview: October 16, 2008
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Warning: Trailer contains graphic images of war. Not appropriate for ages 13 and
youger.
When is it right to kill? In the midst of war, is it right to refuse? Eight U.S. soldiers, some
who have killed and some who said no, reveal their inner moral dilemmas in "Soldiers of
Conscience." Made with official permission of the U.S. Army, the film transcends politics
to explore the tension between spiritual values and military orders. Soldiers follows the
stories of both conscientious objectors and those who criticize them. Through this clash
of views, the film discovers a surprising common ground: All soldiers are "soldiers of
conscience," torn between the demands of duty and the call of conscience.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2008/soldiersofconscience/preview.html
Filename: POV_soldiersofconscience_tra.mp4
Filename: soldiersofconscience_tra.mp4
Media
Bill Moyers Journal – Low Power Radio: August 24, 2007
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Local news is the heartbeat of democracy, so why is it disappearing from many
communities around the nation? Bill Moyers talks to with journalist Rick Karr and media
activist Hannah Sassaman about the future of the nation's low power radio stations,
which in many cases are the last media outlets covering important local events like
school board meetings, town meetings and civic groups.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/08242007/profile2.html
Filename: 120LowPowerRadio.mov
Bill Moyers Journal – FCC Update: November 16, 2007
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On November 2, 2007, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin announced that the Commission
would hold the sixth and final public hearing on media consolidation November 9, 2007 in
Seattle, Washington. Commissioners Michael Copps and Jonathan Adelstein blasted the
Chairman's decision to give the public only five business days notice before the hearing:
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/11162007/profile2.html
Filename: fcc_youtube.mov
Race/Religion
Bill Moyers – Rev. Jeremiah Wright Preview: April 25, 2008
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The Reverend Jeremiah Wright will be interviewed on PBS by Bill Moyers in his first
broadcast interview with a journalist since he became embroiled in a controversy for his
remarks and his relationship with Barack Obama. The full interview will be available at
http://www.pbs.org/moyers after the broadcast.
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Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/04252008/profile.html
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Bill Moyers Journal – Essay on Reverend Wright: May 2, 2008
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Bill Moyers reflects on his interview with Reverend Jeremiah Wright in this essay from
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/05022008/watch.html
Filename: 204WrightEssay.mov
Politics/Corruption
Tavis Smiley – David Iglesias: August 8, 2007
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Former U.S. Attorney David Iglesias tells Tavis why he decided to speak up about the
Justice Department firings.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/kcet/tavissmiley/archive/200708/20070806.html
Filename: tavissmiley_davidiglesias2_480.mov
Bill Moyers Journal – Capitol Crimes: August 01, 2008
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With former lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who is already serving five and a half years,
expected to be sentenced on other charges next month, Bill Moyers takes viewers back
to the scene of the crime in this update of CAPITOL CRIMES, an acclaimed documentary
investigating the Abramoff lobbying scandal. The program examines the web of
relationships, secret deals and political manipulation that exposes the use and abuse of
power in American politics. In this update of a report that aired in 2006, Moyers and his
colleagues untangle emails, reports, interviews and facts on the record to reveal an
astonishing pattern of criminal and political chicanery.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/08012008/watch.html
Filename: CapCrimesPromo.mov
Bill Moyers Journal – Deepening the American Dream: July 11, 2008
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Bill Moyers introduces the on-going, Web-only feature "Deepening the American Dream"
in this clip from his weekly broadcast. The Web site Moyers describes features videos of
his notable guests laying out their vision for the future of the American dream. Each week
new videos will be added, creating a growing compendium of thoughts and insights from
leading thinkers. Adding to the perspectives, visitors to the site are encouraged to weigh
in at The Moyers blog with their thoughts. What's your vision for the future of the
American dream : http://www.pbs.org/billmoyers/blog
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/blog/deepening_the_american_dream/
Filename: AmericaDream_Youtube_final.mov
Bill Moyers Journal & Expose – Mr. Heath Goes to Washington: February
20, 2008
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Bill Moyers Journal and the PBS series Exposé: America's Investigative Reports offer a
hard and fresh look at how earmarks really work. The broadcast profiles Seattle Times
reporters on the trail of how members of Congress have awarded federal dollars for
questionable purposes to companies in local Congressional districts—often to companies
whose executives, employees or PACs have made campaign contributions to the
legislators. The segment also focuses on how earmarks for some products were added to
the defense appropriations bill even in cases in which the military didn't want them in the
first place.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/02222008/profile.html
Filename: Moyers_EXPOSE_MrHeathGoes2Wash.mov
Frontline – Cheney’s Law Preview: October 16, 2007
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For three decades, Vice President Dick Cheney has waged a secretive and often bitter
battle to expand the power of the presidency. FRONTLINE meticulously traces the
behind-closed-doors battle within the administration over the power of the presidency and
the rule of law.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/cheney/
Filename: FRONTLINECheney2601YT.mov
NOW on PBS – The Democrats’ Struggle: Interview with Matt Bai –
January 18, 2008
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NOW on PBS reports on a rift between progressives who believe the party has sold out
its liberal values and centrists eager to capture a broad swath of the more conservative
voters. It's a struggle that is taking place at all levels of government. In this interview,
Senior Correspondent Maria Hinojosa talks with Matt Bai, author of The Argument:
Billionaires, Bloggers, and the Battle to Remake Democratic Politics.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/403/index.html
Filename: NOW1403V-bai.mp4
Filename: PBS-NOW1403V-bai.mp4
NOW on PBS – Preview: Democrats Divided – January 24, 2008
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NOW on PBS reports on a rift between progressives who believe the party has sold out
its liberal values and centrists eager to capture a broad swath of the more conservative
voters. In Maryland, six-term incumbent Al Wynn is facing a tough challenge from
newcomer Donna Edwards. According to Edwards, Wynn has sold out to big business
and the Bush agenda, including a vote for the war in Iraq and the 2005 energy bill.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/403/index.html
Filename: NOW-403-preview.mov
NOW on PBS – Threats to Democracy: March 16, 2008
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NOW on PBS's David Brancaccio is asking viewers to share "the biggest threat facing
our democracy." See what some of our interviewees have to say here, then go to the site
at http://www.pbs.org/now/php/quotes.php... to post your own comments
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/php/quotes.php?quote_date=2008-03-07
Filename: NOW-Threats-to-Democracy.mov
Filename: Threats-to-Democracy.mov
NOW on PBS – One Family’s Split Decision: February 22, 2008
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NOW Senior Correspondent Maria Hinojosa talks to a prominent feminist and her
daughter who agree on lots of womens' rights issues, but are totally opposed in their
choices for president.
Writer Letty Cottin Pogrebin, one of the founding editors of Ms. magazine and a cofounder of the National Women's Political Caucus, supports Hillary Clinton. Her daughter
Abigail, who supports Barack Obama, is an author and former producer for Mike Wallace
at "60 Minutes."
Link: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/408/
Filename: Pogrebinsinterview.mp4
POV – Campaign: Trailer: July 29, 2008
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This is democracy — Japanese style. "Campaign" provides a startling insider's view of
Japanese electoral politics in this portrait of a man plucked from obscurity by the ruling
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) to run for a critical seat on a suburban city council.
Kazuhiko "Yama-san" Yamauchi's LDP handlers are unworried that he has zero political
experience, no charisma, no supporters, and no time to prepare. What he does have is
the institutional power of Japan's modern version of Tammany Hall pushing him forward.
Link: http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2008/campaign/
Filename: campaign_tra.mp4
Filename: POV_campaign_tra.mp4
Poverty
Bill Moyers Journal – Hunger in America: April 14, 2008
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Bill Moyers Journal looks at shortages in America's food banks.
Filename: Foodbank.mov
Link: http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/04112008/profile4.html
Voting/Elections
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 – Open Call --Title: Voting Schmoting
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Clip Summary: In this irreverent look at voting, one of the world's greatest living
economists, Gordon Tullock, explains why he believes you're better off avoiding the polls
altogether on election day. Created by Chris Metzler and Josh Kurz as part of the WGBH
Lab's Open Call for election stories.
URL: http://lab.wgbh.org/open-call/election2008/final
File Name: Voting Schmoting.mp4 (in the directory wgbhlabMP4s)
Run Time: 4:50
Tags: WGBH Lab, voting, election, 2008, Gordon Tullock, economist, why vote, voter
apathy, democracy
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 – Open Call --Title: Back Home and Voting
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Clip Summary: A profile of three veterans back from the front lines in Iraq as they decide
what will matter to them in November. Click below to see more contributions to the
Election 2008 filmmakers' challenge.
URL: http://lab.wgbh.org/open-call/election2008/final
File Name: Back Home and Voting.mp4
Run Time: 3:29
Tags: WGBH Lab, voting, election, 2008, Iraq War, veterans, decisions, issues, terrorism
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 – Open Call --Title: Mi Otro Yo
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Clip Summary: Arizona students take to the streets as they campaign to stop a bill that
could endanger their ethnic studies program. Click below to see more contributions to the
Election 2008 filmmakers' challenge.
URL: http://lab.wgbh.org/open-call/election2008/final
File Name: Mi Otro Yo.mp4
Run Time: 4:53
Tags: WGBH Lab, voting, election, 2008, Arizona, Tucson, Senate Bill 1108, John
Kavanagh, Raza Studies
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 – Open Call --Title: My Best Friend for
Congress
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Clip Summary: One man faces a personal quandary when his childhood friend runs for
congress -- from the opposite end of the political spectrum. Click below to see more
contributions to the Election 2008 filmmakers' challenge.
URL: http://lab.wgbh.org/open-call/election2008/final
File Name: My Best Friend for Congress.mp4
Run Time: 4:29
Tags: WGBH Lab, voting, election, 2008, Republican, Democrat, feud, childhood friends
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 – Open Call --Title: Uncle Sam
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Clip Summary: One Massachusetts man takes his love of Uncle Sam -- and voting -- to a
whole new level. Click below to see more contributions to the Election 2008 filmmakers'
challenge.
URL: http://lab.wgbh.org/open-call/election2008/final
File Name: Uncle Sam.mp4
Run Time: 3:55
Tags: WGBH Lab, voting, election, 2008, Uncle Sam, patriotism
WGBH Lab: Election 2008 – Open Call --Title: The Politics of Smear
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Clip Summary: How is it that during Election 2008, the words "Muslim" and "Islam" have
become political dirty words? Click below to see more contributions to the Election 2008
filmmakers' challenge.
URL: http://lab.wgbh.org/open-call/election2008/final
File Name: The Politics of Smear.mp4
Run Time: 4:53
Tags: WGBH Lab, voting, election, 2008, Muslim, Islam, Obama, Smear Campaign,
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