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  • "City Walk" is the only television series that journeys by foot across the country for a ground's eye view of urban America. Experience the vibrant streets and sidewalks of Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, Portland, Las Vegas, Denver, and Washington D.C. while discovering stunning architecture, magnificent monuments, serene parks, and communities...

  • Border Blaster is a new KCET original world music video series. The 30-minute episodes are comprised solely of music videos from groundbreaking musicians from around the world. From Malian roots music to Norwegian electronica, from Mongolian hip-hop to Filipino indie rock, BORDER BLASTER traces the transnational flows of music culture across every continent. The show is made possible by...

  • Take a journey through the arts and cultural landscape of Southern California with Artbound, KCET's transmedia project that bridges the divide between online and television audiences. Through articles, essays, and thinkpieces published online by more than 50 contributors in 11 counties, Artbound's correspondents cover cultural happenings in the communities where they live, providing...

  • Cities are coping with changing climate realities. In New York, which was deluged by super-storm Sandy in 2012, there’s an innovative plan called The Dryline. The iconic Empire State Building is having its own green remake. And Globaia presents a big-data picture on how mega-cities are changing the world, narrated by Edward Norton. To learn more, visit ...

  • ... and inspiring series that proves storytelling really can change the world. ...
  • ViewChange: Using the power of video to tell stories about real people and progress in global development. Created by Link TV with support by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • Hosted by twice Oscar nominated actor and activist Woody Harrelson, Ethos lifts the lid on a Pandora's Box of systemic issues that guarantee failure in every aspect of our lives, from the environment to our democracy and our own personal liberty.
  • This compelling documentary features musicians from across the globe playing songs in their distinctive style, which directors Mark Johnson and Jonathan Walls then weaved into a single musical whole that speaks of humanity's deep desire for peace. Proving that music can transcend race, class, politics and other divisions, the musicians in this virtual collaboration range from obscure sitar...

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