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    Exclusive: 'Independent Lens' Announces Its Winter/Spring 2014 Lineup, Including 'At Berkeley,' 'Muscle Shoals,' 'God Loves Uganda'

    PBS documentary series "Independent Lens" announced its Winter/Spring 2014 lineup today, presenting a varied selection of independent docs from both first-time filmmakers and familiar names like Frederick Wiseman and Bill Siegel.

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    Should Documentary Filmmakers Expect to Really Speak to Power?

    When IFP announced that ITVS's Claire Aguilar, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal, the filmmakers behind "Citizen Koch," and Mette Hoffman Meyer, an executive who works in Danish television and who executive produced Alex Gibney's "Park Avenue" as a part of the multinational programming initiative "Why Povert...

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    Series Producer Lois Vossen Talks The New Season of 'Independent Lens' and the Current Conversation About Donors and Public Broadcasting

    PBS documentary series "Independent Lens" announced its fall line-up today, so Indiewire hopped on the phone with founding and series producer Lois Vossen at ITVS to talk about the new season.

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    World Channel's 'Global Voices' Doc Series Announces Its 2013 Slate, With Nine U.S. Premieres

    The sixth season of World Channel's international documentary series "Global Voices" will feature nine U.S. broadcast premieres of various films funded by the Independent Television Service (ITVS). The 18-week series intends to introduce American audiences to unique global perspectives

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    Why Did ITVS Take Away Funding from a Sundance Film It Had a Deal With?

    In the New Yorker this week, journalist Jane Mayer asks if San Francisco-based ITVS was cowed by pressure from a former PBS board member, the incredibly wealthy philanthropist David Koch.

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    World Channel Hosting the U.S. Broadcast Premiere of Six New Docs in Its 'Why Poverty?' Series

    ITVS and public television's WORLD Channel will host the exclusive U.S. broadcast premieres of six new documentaries as well as two that have previously aired as part of its "Why Poverty?" series this month. The one-hour docs will air in pairs back-to-back between November 26th and 29t...

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