Bill Moyers began his career in journalism as a junior reporter at the Marshall News Messenger in Marshall, Texas. Sixty years later, he's retiring from his weekly show, Bill Moyers Journal. wnet.org hide caption

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After Four Decades In TV News, Bill Moyers Retires

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Op-Ed: You Can't Portray Muhammad On TV

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Why Animal Shows Are More About People Lately

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Sold Documentaries On Public TV, Firms Get Ads

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Sorry Charlie: 'Two And A Half Men' May Go On

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The Rev. Robert Reed, director of the CatholicTV Network, during a preview of the 3-D programming that the network debuted this spring. CatholicTV via AP hide caption

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TV Network Offers Religious Journeys In 3-D

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Forbes Ranks 15 Richest Fictional Characters

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Actors Sonja Sohn (from left), Wendell Pierce and Dominic West anchored HBO's The Wire. Jason Mittell teaches a class on the TV show at Middlebury College in Vermont. Nicole Rivelli/AP/HBO hide caption

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TV's 'The Wire' Gets New Life In College Classrooms

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Taking TV With You In The Digital Age

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Lopez May Be A Winner In Conan's Latest Move

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A Town Divided: Allen Iverson And Hampton, Va.

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Conan O'Brien Heads To Cable's TBS

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'Ocean's Eleven' Producer Can't 'Stop Talking'

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Clarke Peters plays Albert Lambreaux, who refuses to move away from New Orleans even though his home is ruined after Hurricane Katrina. Skip Bolen/HBO hide caption

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David Simon And Clarke Peters On 'Treme'

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Susan Spicer, pictured here in December 2009, is the chef and owner of Bayona restaurant in New Orleans. She says Janette Desautel, the Treme character played by Kim Dickens (below), is based on her — just "younger, saltier and a little prettier than me." Cheryl Gerber/AP hide caption

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New Orleans Locals Put Their Stamp On HBO's 'Treme'

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