Thousands Gather To Mourn, Celebrate Journalist Gwen IfillThousands of mourners — including first lady Michelle Obama — remembered and celebrated veteran Washington journalist Gwen Ifill on Saturday, recalling her as a standard bearer, cherished friend, devoted mentor and woman of abiding faith.
PBS Journalist Gwen Ifill Dies Of Cancer At 61Gwen Ifill, the veteran journalist and co-anchor of "NewsHour" with Judy Woodruff on PBS, died on Monday of cancer. She was 61 years old. She took a leave from her nightly show for health reasons earlier this year.
"Arthur" TV Network Disappointed By Explicit MemesThe network behind the animated series "Arthur" is disappointed that social media users are combining images from the long-running children's show with explicit situations and language.
PBS Tweets 24/7 Channel For Kids AnnouncementPBS is setting up a 24/7 television channel and live web stream for its kids shows.
Supreme Court Rules Against AereoThe Supreme Court has ruled against Aereo, the company that delivers television programs via a small antenna to subscribers.
Sesame Workshop Debuts Child Literacy ProgramThe nonprofit organization behind public television's "Sesame Street" is to launch a new early-childhood literacy program in Dallas.
Charlie Rose Adds 4th TV Show To WorkloadThe 71-year-old talk show host will oversee "Charlie Rose: The Week," a weekly program looking back at events in politics, business, sports, culture and the arts.
Viral Video: James Gandolfini On "Sesame Street"As the world mourns the loss of actor James Gandolfini, check out this video of his appearance on "Sesame Street," where he talks to Zoe about being scared.
Viral Video: Upside Downton AbbeyIt might be a kids show, but "Sesame Street" can put a smile on anyone's face, like with this upside down spoof of fellow PBS series "Downton Abbey."
Opinion: Big Bird And America Want No Part Of The Big Bird Attack AdThe Obama campaign’s thinking – or non-thinking – that America will be distracted by Big Bird when there are so many other really important issues involving real people is nothing more than an insult to every Americans’ intelligence.
Chef Nathan Lyon Gets Fresh In New BookCelebrity chef Nathan Lyon has released a new book that continues his "fresher is better" mantra, and helps people prepare easy meals from fresh food.

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