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  • McDaniel professor consults on Emmy-winning children's TV series

    McDaniel professor consults on Emmy-winning children's TV series
    McDaniel College professor Francis "Skip" Fennell's mathematics work has been featured in journals and textbooks, and the professor of education and professional studies helped develop mathematics standards in the new Common Core standards, but it was his work with an animated television series that earned him an Emmy.
  • Chance The Rapper releases official 'Arthur' cover

    Chance The Rapper releases official 'Arthur' cover
    While Chance The Rapper's coming-of-age raps don't dwell on his youth, his latest release surely draws from his adolescence. Having covered the theme song of the children’s animated series “Arthur” throughout the summer, the 21-year-...

    Netflix expands streaming deal with PBS

    Netflix expands streaming deal with PBS
    The competition between Amazon and Netflix for content is good news for PBS. Last week, Amazon.com struck a deal with PBS for kids' shows "Caillou," "Arthur" and "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" as well as episodes of "Nova," "Masterpiece" and Ken Burns...

    The 40th Daytime Emmy Awards: complete list of winners

    The 40th Daytime Emmy Awards: complete list of winners
    Outstanding drama series "The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS) "One Life to Live" (ABC) "Days of Our Lives" (NBC) -- WINNER "General Hospital" (ABC) "The Young and the Restless" (CBS) Outstanding children's animated program "Robot and Monster" (Nickelodeon)...

    The Amazon pilots (Part 2): Children's shows

    The Amazon pilots (Part 2): Children's shows
    Amazon's TV "pilots" (see my previous post and this relevant website) come in two flavors: grown up comedies, most of which betray basic-cable (and even premium-cable) values in terms of content and language, and children's shows, which, conversely, are...