Opioid Crisis: The Ripple Effect: A News Special Series

Opioid Crisis: The Ripple Effect. is a reporting news series which included reports from three telling locales across the country, to look at the people and issues indirectly affected by the opioid crisis and make the case that the epidemic’s ripple effects impact many. Connect to News Stories


Playing By the Rules: Ethics at Work On-Demand

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Comprised of three 30-minute films, this series focuses on real cases of fraud, whistleblowing, and corruption in corporate America.

Going to War

Mon, 05/28/2018 - 9:00pm

What is it really like to go to war? Filled with terror, pain and grief, it also brings exhilaration, and a profound sense of purpose.

Reversing the Stigma

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A documentary that highlights the work being done in New York State to combat addiction.


Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: On-Demand

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This documentary traces the causes behind the unprecedented growth in the use of prescription opioids and the devastating impact these drugs are having in virtually every part of America. 


Need to Know

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On this edition of Need to Know, we learn more about the ripple effect of the opioid crisis in Rochester.


They Were Our Fathers

Sun, 06/02/2019 - 4:00am

Over 20,000 American children lost their fathers during the Vietnam War. Their stories serve as powerful testimonies about the true cost of war. 

Sesame Street: Family Forever: A Julia Interactive Story Book

Sesame Street is celebrating  Autism Awareness Month with a special interactive book with Julia and her family!

Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise On-Demand

In Black America Since MLK, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. looks at the last 50 years of African-American history. Watch On-Demand through 9/7/2020

Fighting on Both Fronts: The Story of the 370th: On-Demand

The remarkable, but little known, story of one of few African-American regiments to have fought in combat during World War I. They were America's unsung heroes - a group of men from Illinois, largely from Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood. They fought on two fronts - the war against the Germans and the war against racism and inequality. 

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