How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love TV: This American Life Reloaded

ACT I. Ten years ago, Ira Glass was told about a few “laws of radio.” He mostly ignored them and, with his collaborators on “This American Life,” went on to resuscitate a flagging medium and reinvent storytelling. ACT II. What happens when listeners become viewers? The iconic show makes a move. Do not adjust your TV. You are watching “This American Life” ACT III. Images. The road to a reconceived show was paved with good intentions, failed experiments and lessons learned, which will be discussed. ACT IV. Stories from the new This American Life. Ira Glass (creator and host, This American Life), Chris Wilcha (director) and Adam Beckman (cinematographer).

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Ira Glass
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Chris Wilcha
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