can I get a videotape of a program?
VHS copies of FRONTLINE/World programs are available
for purchase online through ShopPBS.
NOTE: Not all FRONTLINE/World programs are available
on home video.
Videotapes for schools, libraries and other educational institutions
are available for purchase online through PBS Video. You can
also contact PBS Video at
P.O. Box 791
Alexandria, VA 22313-0791
Teachers may tape FRONTLINE/World programs off-the-air for educational uses for up to one year from the initial broadcast. More information on these policies can be found on the TV for Teachers page.
Where can I find transcripts for your programs?
Transcripts for FRONTLINE/World programs are not currently
How can I find out when FRONTLINE/World
will be on television?
Please visit the TV Schedule section of our Web site. Just let
us know which local PBS station you tune in to, and we'll tell
you when FRONTLINE/World airs in your area. Please keep
in mind that it is always best to consult local listings in
your area, as individual station schedules are subject to change.
How do I comment about a specific program?
Please visit the "React" section of our Web site. We welcome
your feedback regarding our programs and publish many of these
comments on the Web site so that others can read them. As with
"Letters to the Editor" sections of newspapers or magazines,
we cannot publish all letters (we get hundreds every week).
We try to post a good cross-section of comments. And, yes, we
read every letter.
How can I contact FRONTLINE/World?
How can I submit a story idea?
2601 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
FRONTLINE/World airs approximately four times during
the regular FRONTLINE season, allowing for a very limited
number of stories each year. With that in mind, please email us
to receive information about how to submit a story idea to our
How can I work for FRONTLINE/World?
Most of the stories featured in FRONTLINE/World are
made by independent producers and journalists from around the
country and abroad. FRONTLINE/World has a small central
staff at KQED
in San Francisco. Please check their Web site for job listings.
Does FRONTLINE/World have internships?
We do not currently have an internship program, but please check
back in fall 2002 for more information.
How is FRONTLINE/World funded?
FRONTLINE/World is funded by PBS and the Corporation
for Public Broadcasting (CPB). CPB is a private nonprofit
corporation created by Congress in 1967 to oversee the development
of public television, radio and online services. CPB, a grant-making
organization, funds more than 1,000 public radio and television
stations. National corporate funding for FRONTLINE/World
is provided by ABB, an international electrical engineering
and industry automation group with headquarters in Switzerland.
ABB provides utility and industry customers with power and automation
technologies that improve their competitiveness while lowering