PBS NewsHour Inauguration 2017
About This Collection
As part of public media’s coverage of the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump, WORLD Channel will broadcast PBS NewsHour’s live coverage of the Presidential Inauguration on January 20th from 11AM - 2PM ET. WORLD will also broadcast exclusive additional coverage of the events provided by PBS NewsHour from 2PM - 5PM ET.
Anchored by PBS NewsHour managing editor Judy Woodruff, the special will include studio guests and on the ground reports from events around the Inauguration.
Episodes In This Collection
Politics of the New South
ABTN returns to Clarkston, Georgia to document a remarkable moment in the city's history; three Mayoral and City Council candidates are former refugees who will be running for local office — and voting — for the first time. Will they be able to bring new voters to the polls and make their voices heard?
Chasing the Dream: A PBS NewsHour Weekend Special
There were no bigger issues fueling the 2016 election than jobs and the increasing number of Americans who feel that a recovering economy simply passed them by. From the rural towns of Eastern Kentucky to the heart of Silicon Valley, stories of struggles and solutions — and new light on the growing economic divide felt by millions of Americans.
Postcards from the Great Divide I - MN, TX, FL
Three episodes from the Postcards from the Great Divide series examine the partisan split among the electorate in Minnesota ("The Big Sort"), Florida ("Post-Obama Drama") and Texas ("The Giant Still Sleeps").
Postcards from the Great Divide II - WA, NV, WI
Three episodes from the Postcards from the Great Divide series examine the partisan split among the electorate in Washington ("Purple Reign"), Nevada ("Swinging Las Vegas") and Wisconsin ("Whatever Happened to Wisconsin Nice?").
Postcards from the Great Divide III - KY, NE, CO
Three episodes from the Postcards from the Great Divide series examine the partisan split among the electorate in Kentucky ("Gibraltar May Tumble"), Nebraska ("Blue Wind on a Red Prairie") and Colorado ("Million Dollar School Board").