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    Nick News

    Nick News

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    Nickelodeon
    Nick News' flagship educational news-magazine program, is designed to educate young viewers about historical and current events. Hosted by Linda Ellerbee, this Peabody, Parents' Choice and NEA awards winning program encourages kids to look at the world around them and ask the important questions: Who, What, Where, When, and Why? This show airs every 5 weeks or so and tackles the problems of today .moreless
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    Fox News Sunday

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    The Fox News Channel's Sunday-drive show, FOX News Sunday is a fresh look from the #1 Cable News channel at the weekend headlines. As stories develop, Host Chris Wallace breaks the news. The show also features various interviews of top name political newsmakers.moreless
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    Talk Of The Town

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    A&E (ended 1988)
    Talk Of The Town was a locally produced weekday show that ran for 1 hour each morning at 10am. Shown in the Boston, Massachusetts area it was a talk show/interview program that ran from May, 1988 through to November 1988. Matt Lauer was the host, and he held interviews with stars who were visiting Boston. Guests include Barbara Eden who came to Boston and did a interview for the September 30, 1988 show. Talk Of The Town was produced by the local Channel 7 then by a local CBS network affiliate known as WNEV TV. The show was Boston's version of Live with Regis. Talk Of The Town did well in the ratings and Matt Lauer was very popular with the audiences in Boston. The show, like Regis, had promotional contests such as their Wheel Of Fortune contest. Matt Lauer would also call people each day and ask them a trivia question. If they answered the question correctly they won a prize. The show ran for an hour from May 1988 until September 1988. Beginning October 3, 1988 the show started running for only 30 minutes. Ratings went down because due to this and the show finished its run in November 1988. Talk Of The Town was videotaped Live at the Channel 7 studios in Boston and gave Matt Lauer a chance to show he could host his own show. There was talk the show would have been syndicated if it had stayed in production for longer and the ratings had stayed good.moreless
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    The Frost Programme

    The Frost Programme

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    BBC (ended 1993)
    British talk show that was revived four times over: #1: 1966 -1968 #2: 1972 -1973 #3: 1977 #4: 1993
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    Katie

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    Former news anchor Katie Couric hosts this talk show which will feature both serious news stories as well as fun interactive sessions with the audience.
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    Last Call with Carson Daly

    Last Call with Carson Daly

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    Hosted by Carson Daly, whose career now spans a multitude of media including network television, cable, radio and most recently, the recording industry, "Last Call" features interviews and musical performances by today's top artists and entertainers.moreless
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    Matt Waters

    Matt Waters

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    CBS (ended 1996)
    Talk-show host Montel Williams played Matt Waters, a military veteran who becomes a high school teacher.
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    Max and Jason: Still Up

    Max and Jason: Still Up

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    Current TV
    Max and Jason: Still Up is a show on Current TV that covers news stories and discusses the latest happenings.
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    The 700 Club

    The 700 Club

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    ABC Family
    The 700 Club is a long running Christian news and interview program produced by The Christian Broadcasting Network in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
    Today, The 700 Club, hosted by Pat Robertson, airs around the world on cable, on satellite and online. On cable systems, the show can be seen on The ABC Family Channel weekday mornings at 10:00am, and evenings at 11:00pm and the following morning at 2:00am.moreless
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    The X Factor (New Zealand)

    The X Factor (New Zealand)

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    The X Factor New Zealand is the latest version of the popular singing competition franchise.
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    Journal Editorial Report

    Journal Editorial Report

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    FOX News Channel
    The Journal Editorial Report is a weekly American interview and panel discussion TV program on Fox News Channel, hosted by Paul Gigot, editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to moving to Fox News, the show aired on PBS for 15 months, ending on December 2, 2005. Opening with a newsmaker of the week, Gigot usually interviews a guest for the first half of the program, asking questions related to the writings of the guest or a current event of interest to the guest. Following the guest segment, the program becomes a panel discussion of Wall Street Journal editorial writers giving their opinions on the political, economic, and cultural issues of the current week. The final segment labeled Hits and Misses lets the panelists speculate on what they believe will happen in the upcoming week.moreless
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    Commanding Heights

    Commanding Heights

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    PBS (Mini-Series 2002)
    Commanding Heights is a 6-hour television documentary television series made by PBS in 2002. The series is based off of a book called "Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy" written by Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw in 1998. The documentary has since been broken up into three 2-hour long segments which are all available for viewing on PBS. In short, the documentary attempts to document the rise of the free-market economy which reigns in most countries today. The series kicks off at the beginning of WWI in 1914. After a most dreadful war, the economies of most countries are nonexistent. Capitalism comes to rise, but these markets are soon trumped by Hitler and others with their communist and fascist ideas. WWII takes place and after the disintegration of communism, economies are stagnant once again. Things changed when Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan came into power during the 1980's. Both leaders disowned a central planning idea, and adopted ideas of free-market economies with little government regulation. Many countries adopted the free-market idea, and as a result, prospered overall. However, Yergin and Stanislaw, the authors of the book, argue that the era of globalization didn't really begin until 1991, with the collapse of the Soviet Union. As the documentary reaches an end, Yergin and Stanislaw argue the improbability of a globalized, free-market economy existing forever. They argue that many third world countries do not have the resources needed to support such economies, and this will lead to a decline of yet another era of globalization. Watch the series and brush up on your economics!moreless
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    The Big Ten

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    MTV - Music Television
    The Big Ten is the MTV talk show series which brings you music videos and celebrity interviews in the morning. MTV realizes that weekday mornings are no fun, and set to work in creating something to pep you up as you roll out of bed. They took the fun and excitement of late night talk shows and brought it to the morning, providing entertainment and music for early risers who need an energy boost. The show is hosted by Damien Fahey, who brings you the 10 biggest music videos every morning, because nothing wakes you up like some great music. Between these videos Damien is joined by celebrity friends for some coffee and questions, with stars like Hilary Swank, Robin Thicke, Hayden Panettierre and Daniel Radcliffe setting their alarms early to join the fun. These aren't typical questions though, as the stars are put through the Big Ten Split, where they are asked some off-the-wall questions. Grab some coffee and tune in for some music and celebs to get your day started off right in MTV's The Big Ten.moreless
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    Bill Moyers on Faith and Reason

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    PBS (Mini-Series 2006)
    Bill Moyers on Faith and Reason is a seven-part half hour PBS television program that documents conversations surrounding the religious attitudes and beliefs of highly respected authors. The show's host, Bill Moyers, is a journalist and former White House Press Secretary who served under the President Lyndon B. Johnson Administration. Moyers created Faith and Reason in response to the rapid growth of fundamentalism, which he feels is at war with freedom and creativity of the mind. He felt that writers were especially affected by the weight of fundamentalism, and chose to interview provocative writers to produce a fresh take on faith and reason in today's society. Noted interviewees include Jeanette Winterson, Salman Rushdie, Mary Gordon, Richard Rodriguez, Sir John Houghton, Will Power and Margaret Atwood. Topics explored include the effect of fundamentalist Muslims, Orthodox Jews and fundamentalist Christians on politics and mainstream media. Writers offer their own opinions on how these dominating worldviews have further effected creative freedom and human rights.moreless
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    Big Ideas

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    Big Ideas is a four part series with intimate interviews from some of the most notable minds at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. In 2004 producer Larkin McPhee brought us a truly groundbreaking miniseries, hosted by science journalist Ira Flatow, that focuses on four main topics. Exploring the Cosmos opens up discussion about everything from extra terrestrial life to the ever fascinating subject of black holes. In the segment Einstein's Dream, Flatow sits down with a litany of notable physicists to discuss Albert Einstein's quest to find a unifying theory to the Universe. A New History of the World allows for topics of war and culture to be thoroughly dissected, and Thinking Big treats the audience to a fascinating conversation of the parallel between math, biology, and everything in between. Some of the most interesting discussions are in store for all of us, with countless videos available to get our fill. Big Ideas, presented by New York public media provider THIRTEEN, is truly a remarkable and one of a kind broadcast.moreless
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    Leaders Before They Were Leaders

    Leaders Before They Were Leaders

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    Fox Business talks with leaders before they rose to the top.
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    Student Filmmaker Competition

    Student Filmmaker Competition

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    Student Filmmaker Competition videos on Lifetime.
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    Marie

    Marie

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    ReelzChannel
    Marie Osmond hosts this interview show. It originally aired on Hallmark before moving to Reelz.
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    Cool Tools

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    Tool expert Chris Grundy answers audience questions about tools and presents some of the newest and greatest tools on the market.
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    Martha Bakes

    Martha Bakes

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    Hallmark Channel
    Martha Stewart hosts this series where she will provide a Baking 101 course trying out the best savory and sweet recipes.
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