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‘Frontline’ Exec Producer Raney Aronson-Rath on YouTube, Representation and Narrator Will Lyman

When PBS launched “Frontline” in 1983, the docuseries was considered the “the last best hope for broadcast documentaries.” While these days the longform investigative-journalism series is certainly not the only hope for docus looking for a home on the small screen, the program remains one of the cornerstones of not only PBS’ documentary efforts, but also of the nonfiction industry. Despite a rapidly shifting landscape that introduced big money streaming services like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, “Frontline,” produced by WGBH Boston, has managed to maintain its prominence in the industry over the last decade. Thus far, the program has garnered 100...
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