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Called "one of the last bastions of serious journalism on TV," PBS's weekly news show NOW engages viewers with documentary segments and insightful interviews that probe today's most important issues, including media policy, corporate accountability, civil liberties, the environment, money in politics, and foreign affairs. In an era when commercial journalism risks overwhelming democratic values, NOW continues to stand apart as the "one program going against the grain."

Customer Reviews

outstanding journalism

By far the best and most relevant tv news journalism today. NOW was started by Bill Moyers during the 2004 presidential campaign season. Moyers has retired and Brancaccio is following in his footsteps. He takes on contraversial topics and is not afraid to question and criticize authority. This is essential listening for all activists, progressives, or anyone who cares about the issues facing our country today. So far iTunes only has the audio version, hopefully soon they'll have video.

a solid contribution to democracy in the U.S.A.

One the best examples of journalism on TV. Willing to challenge power with thoughtful analysis and a balanced approach to all sides. Able to offer more than just soundbites on important issues often avoided by the mainstream press. One of the reasons I support PBS.

Absolutely the best

Concise, factual, necessary. The truth should never be inconvenient and this should be listened to by every consumer and voter.