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40 Years Later, Returning To The Medium I Love Best

(Bill Nigut debuts his new weekly radio program "Two Way Street with Bill Nigut" at 4 PM, Saturday, July 5 on 88.5, GPB Atlanta) More than 40 years ago, I started my first job in broadcasting:...

October 8, 2014

Two Way Street 8/9/14: Debunking Ebola Myths, The National Black Arts Festival, And Herman Talmadge

Ebola: Dispelling The MythsWith the arrival of Ebola patients Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol at Emory University Hospital, there is probably no city or state more aware of the fight to stop the...

October 8, 2014

TWS EXTRA: ArtsATL Preview: Fall Arts And Culture In Atlanta

Fall is approaching, and that means Atlanta’s arts and culture calendar is filling up quickly. From new performances at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to the Alliance Theatre, here’s a look at...

October 8, 2014

Film Industry Generates $5.1 Billion in Economic Impact in Georgia!

Governor Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia-lensed feature films and television productions created an economic impact of $5.1 billion during Fiscal Year 2014. Georgia spent $1.4 billion during...

August 5, 2014

21 Secret Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with Google!

BREAKING NEWS - Just when you thought you knew everything about Google, BAM! A+ says their secret is out of the 21 things you didn't know you could do with Google!Did you know you can make it lean...

August 4, 2014

29 Movies and TV Shows Currently Filming in GA!

With 29 movies and TV shows currently filming here in Georgia, we are quickly becoming the new Hollywood. Why are so many productions making their home here in the peach state? For starters, filming...

July 7, 2014

Music Capital of the South

Georgia has been a hotbed of musical talent and it brings in $600 million per year. Tommie Storms, director of music entertainment at the Art Institute of Atlanta, talks about the what makes the...

September 16, 2008

The Personal Impact of Television

Tony Grooms, an author and poet living in Atlanta, describes how events he saw on television as a young boy became topics in his stories, like police using powerful fire hoses to stop the protesters...

September 16, 2008

The Cultural Impact of Television

Television changed the way Americans entertained themselves. Baby boom generation members Steve Oliver and Sarah Fountain and University of Georgia’s College of Journalism professor Dr. Allison...

September 16, 2008