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Pioneers of Thirteen

The '60s: Experimental Days

The first decade of public television on THIRTEEN, which began broadcasting on Sept. 16.

The '60s: Experimental Days

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Pioneers of Thirteen

The 90’s and Beyond – Changing Landscape

Explores the fourth and fifth decades of THIRTEEN’s history, from the 90s to the present.

The 90’s and Beyond – Changing Landscape

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Don Mischer

Pioneers of Thirteen

Don Mischer

Director Don Mischer launched his career in the ‘70s at THIRTEEN.

Don Mischer

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen David Hyde Pierce

Pioneers of Thirteen

David Hyde Pierce

David Hyde Pierce hosted THIRTEEN’s 2002 celebration of Stephen Sondheim’s 80th birthday.

David Hyde Pierce

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen David Horn

Pioneers of Thirteen

David Horn

“Great Performances" executive producer David Horn joined THIRTEEN in the late ‘70s.

David Horn

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Bill Moyers

Pioneers of Thirteen

Bill Moyers

Broadcast Journalist, Host & Producer of Moyers & Company

Bill Moyers

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Bill Chase

Pioneers of Thirteen

Bill Chase

In 1981, Bill Chase worked on “Gala of Stars” at Carnegie Hall with Liza Minnelli.

Bill Chase

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Ken Burns Pioneers of THIRTEEN

Pioneers of Thirteen

Ken Burns Pioneers of THIRTEEN

In 1981, THIRTEEN championed filmmaker Ken Burns and his very project, Brooklyn Bridge.

Ken Burns Pioneers of THIRTEEN

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Ang Lee

Pioneers of Thirteen

Ang Lee

In 1985, THIRTEEN aired Oscar-winning director Ang Lee’s NYU Thesis film, “Fine Line.”

Ang Lee

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Albert Maysles

Pioneers of Thirteen

Albert Maysles

In 1966, the Maysles brothers filmed a THIRTEEN documentary about author Truman Capote.

Albert Maysles

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Pioneers of Thirteen

Alan Gilbert

THIRTEEN aired conductor Alan Gilbert’s 2009 debut as the NY Philharmonic music director

Alan Gilbert

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Pioneers of Thirteen

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. created THIRTEEN’s “African American Lives."

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

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Pioneers of Thirteen

Abigail Disney

Filmmaker Abigail Disney spearheaded the THIRTEEN series “Women, War and Peace” in 2011.

Abigail Disney

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Susan Lacy

Pioneers of Thirteen

Susan Lacy

Executive producer Susan Lacy launched the iconic series “American Masters” in 1986.

Susan Lacy

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Harry Belafonte

Pioneers of Thirteen

Harry Belafonte

Performer Harry Belafonte is a musical icon and political and social activist.

Harry Belafonte

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Pioneers of Thirteen

Harvey Fierstein

Harvey Fierstein narrated the ground-breaking documentary “The Times of Harvey Milk.”

Harvey Fierstein

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Jeremy Irons

Pioneers of Thirteen

Jeremy Irons

Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons starred in THIRTEEN’s 1982 period drama, “Brideshead Revi

Jeremy Irons

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Tony Brown

Pioneers of Thirteen

Tony Brown

Journalist Tony Brown joined THIRTEEN in the 1970s as host of “Black Journal."

Tony Brown

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Stan Lathan

Pioneers of Thirteen

Stan Lathan

Director Stan Lathan joined THIRTEEN in the ‘60s to work on “Black Journal” and “SOUL!"

Stan Lathan

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Maria Hinojosa

Pioneers of Thirteen

Maria Hinojosa

Journalist Maria Hinojosa joined THIRTEEN in the ‘90s, on the show “Informed Sources.”

Maria Hinojosa

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Renée Fleming

Pioneers of Thirteen

Renée Fleming

Renowned soprano Renée Fleming has appeared in countless THIRTEEN performances.

Renée Fleming

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Humberto Cintron

Pioneers of Thirteen

Humberto Cintron

THIRTEEN launched public TV’s 1st national Latino show in '72, hosted by Humberto Cintron.

Humberto Cintron

Video thumbnail: Pioneers of Thirteen Peter Gelb

Pioneers of Thirteen

Peter Gelb

Peter Gelb oversaw the Metropolitan Opera's 2012 broadcast of the "Ring Cycle" on THIRTEEN

Peter Gelb