Welcome to the Workshop Online!

For the past 12 years, the CPB/PBS Producers Workshop at WGBH has offered intensive training that encourages the best in public media production. Close to 250 producers have participated, creating a roster of exciting and diverse talent for public broadcasting on all its platforms. 

     This is the Producers Workshop Online, a showcase for the Workshop graduates and their projects.  We hope you'll browse the site, looking for producers with the vision and skills you need for your station or your production.

    We also invite you to connect to our searchable database of Workshop graduates by clicking here.

     We look forward to hearing from you!

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An opening at WGBH News

Started by Judith Vecchione in News & Awards Jul 10, 2019. 0 Replies

WGBH News has an opening for a Television and Multimedia Reporter - a great opportunity to work with a terrific team.…Continue

Bravo, Stephanie!

Started by Judith Vecchione in News & Awards Apr 8, 2019. 0 Replies

Stephanie Wang-Breal's latest just got a great review in the NYT.  Looking forward to seeing it here in Boston!  …Continue

Likely impact on public media of Luminary's success

Started by Judith Vecchione in News & Awards Mar 29, 2019. 0 Replies

Terrific article by Andrew Ramsammy, always keeping a sharp eye on our media landscape.  …Continue

An exciting opening at Kartemquin

Started by Judith Vecchione in Looking for Help, Looking to Hire Nov 28, 2018. 0 Replies

From Kartemquin Films:"I hope this message finds you well during this busy season.  I am writing to you today, as the Chair of the Board of Kartemquin Films, to let you know about an important…Continue

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Old Age Independence and Mobility Issues

Posted by Carol Bashington on April 7, 2021 at 10:58pm 0 Comments

Growing old can be a very frustrating experience, especially if your mind is still sharp. While you think that you are still able to do the things that you could while younger, your body is the thing that will rebel. 

The main issue that creeps in is connected to mobility. As soon as a person is unable to get around independently, they feel inferior or like a burden on the people around…

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Life Basics You Should Teach Your Middle School Kids

Posted by Carol Bashington on April 1, 2021 at 11:54pm 0 Comments

Children living in an increasingly changing world and parents are often at a loss when preparing their offspring for a future that promises to pose never-before-seen challenges. The last year has shown parents that it is impossible to equip children with all the skills necessary to navigate an ever-evolving environment.

However, some life skills are timeless, and it seems that the younger generation needs them more…

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Why Your Only Child Needs a Dog as a Companion

Posted by Carol Bashington on March 21, 2021 at 10:13pm 0 Comments

Conceiving and bringing a baby to this earth is a great responsibility and trying to teach the children skills can be a great challenge. This gets worse if the child was born alone with no siblings to play with and learn life skills with. In this case, can getting a dog help? 

Yes, it can. A dog can help your child develop great mental and cognitive functions of the child. How does this happen? Here are a few…

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How Simple Tax Mistakes Can Get The IRS Calling on You

Posted by Carol Bashington on March 15, 2021 at 5:49pm 0 Comments

It is easy to make simple mistakes when filling out your tax form. Some of these mistakes are avoidable and can prevent the stress of receiving a call from the IRS. More people are filing electronically than ever before, which can help them to avoid making simple mistakes. 

However, it is still possible to forget certain deductions and to fill in the wrong figures. Here are some simple mistakes to avoid whether you…

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Carol Bashington posted a blog post

Old Age Independence and Mobility Issues

Growing old can be a very frustrating experience, especially if your mind is still sharp. While you think that you are still able to do the things that you could while younger, your body is the thing that will rebel. The main issue that creeps in is connected to mobility. As soon as a person is unable to get around independently, they feel inferior or like a burden on the people around them. Taking charge of your mobilityWhen a person’s mobility deteriorates, taking charge and looking at…See More
Apr 7
Carol Bashington posted a blog post

Life Basics You Should Teach Your Middle School Kids

Children living in an increasingly changing world and parents are often at a loss when preparing their offspring for a future that promises to pose never-before-seen challenges. The last year has shown parents that it is impossible to equip children with all the skills necessary to navigate an ever-evolving environment.However, some life skills are timeless, and it seems that the younger generation needs them more than ever before. Here are some basics your kids should know by the time they…See More
Apr 1
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Why Your Only Child Needs a Dog as a Companion

Conceiving and bringing a baby to this earth is a great responsibility and trying to teach the children skills can be a great challenge. This gets worse if the child was born alone with no siblings to play with and learn life skills with. In this case, can getting a dog help? Yes, it can. A dog can help your child develop great mental and cognitive functions of the child. How does this happen? Here are a few reasons why your only child needs a dog for mental well-being:Honing emotional…See More
Mar 21
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Why You Should Create a Secondary Source of Income Online

Given the currently unstable financial outlook owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, securing a secondary income source makes a lot of sense. Few of us can honestly say that a little extra money would not go a long way to making life easier. The cost of living has increased in the last year, and even those who still have their jobs are struggling to make ends meet. Here are some reasons that you should consider finding a secondary source of income online:More opportunitiesIf we cannot find any other…See More
Feb 26
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Going Green: Tips for Energy Efficient Offices

It is no secret that the world is in trouble. The environment has taken some severe hits, but more and more people are starting to acknowledge that something has to be done to turn things around. Green technology and development are at an all-time high and many businesses have also jumped on the train to make their offices more eco-friendly. There are several benefits to going green but the two that top the list have to be saving money and getting more business. People are looking to invest in…See More
Feb 15
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Safety Tips for Solo Travelers

Traveling alone is an adventure. You are free to go as you please because you don't have to tailor your fun to anyone else's needs and desires. There are many ways to ensure you feel safe whenever you travel.  And as long as safety is your priority, you can make sure that you have the best time, wherever you are in the world. Here are a couple of tips if you're planning to travel on your own.  Protect your belongings When you travel, you should make sure that your luggage, including carry-on,…See More
Jan 9
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Key Steps After a Serious Car Accident on a Highway

When you're involved in a car accident, there are some things you need to do to maintain your safety and the safety of others involved. The first thing you should do is to bring your vehicle to a stop. You've just been in an accident and you're not sure of the next steps to take. Here is a checklist of things you should do to ensure the safety of everyone at the scene.  Assess the damage  Before you do anything else, assess the extent of the damage for all parties involved. This will give you…See More
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