Laurence Jarvik

author, 'PBS behind the Screen'

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Washington, DC-based writer and blogger, his books include PBS behind the Screen and Masterpiece Theater and the Politics of Quality

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Public Broadcasting on the Firing Line Once Again

In the 1990's, Big Bird, Kermit and all their friends saved Bill Moyers, Frontline and the rest of public broadcasting from Republican budget cuts.

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