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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."

NOW on PBS NOW on PBS

    • Politics
    • 4.4, 57 Ratings

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."

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4.4 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

Verivius ,

Incredibly important information

Everyone should be reminded of the type of information this show gives as basic knowledge. Subscribe and listen to this ASAP!!!

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Sallow Cheeks ,

Excellent, in-depth reporting

David Brancaccio is probably the best investigative journalist working on national tv. His show covers stories that the corporate-owned media don't necessarily want us to hear, and he features guests who are often shut out of the political process, such as single-payer advocates. NOW on PBS is also one of the only programs on the tube which actually depict the awful reality of how the US middle class is being decimated by Wall Street's excesses & our elected officials' complicity.
By the way, this show in video format IS available for purchase at the iTunes store.

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