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PIONEERS OF THIRTEEN

The '60s: Experimental Days

  • Aired: 09/17/2012
  • 58:29
  • Rating: NR
A pioneering group of producers and directors at WNET, then called WNDT – “New Dimensions in Television,” broadcast shows with chef Julia Child and famed cellist Pablo Casals, Black Journal, created by independent producer Al Perlmutter, which examines for the first time on television black issues, music, culture, and politics, and a new children’s series called Sesame Street.
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The groundbreaking early years of America's most-watched public television station.
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