iQ: smartparent: Show After The Show: Digital Badging

This web extra includes conversation recorded in the WQED studios after the televised iQ smartparent episode on "Digital Badging."

iQ: smartparent: Show After The Show: Digital Badging aired on Nov 13, 2014.


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Journalists from Southwestern Pennsylvania and elsewhere gather at WQED-TV to talk about their experiences covering Marcellus Shale. What they’ve seen, who’ve they’ve talked to, the events they’ve witnessed, and the facts as they’ve gathered them on Marcellus Shale drilling in Pennsylvania. For more information and to view our other specials, visit our dedicated Managing Marcellus site.

Original airdate: May 31, 2012


In this episode, Chris Moore reveals how One Hood Media combats negative images by urging young men to define themselves using available media, rather than allowing others to do it for them.

Original airdate: Apr 17, 2012


WQED continues "Perception & Portrayal," a series of documentaries on the image of African American men and boys, with Michael Bartley showing you what you rarely see on television. This is the story about African-American men who are "owning it" as successful entrepreneurs.

Original airdate: Mar 19, 2012


This multiple-part series explores how the media portrays African American males and how society views them as a result. The episodes also report on people and organizations working to spotlight positive rather than negative images. In this documentary, Minette Seate profiles leaders and members of Pittsburgh's Afro American Music Institute, which goes beyond teaching music to foster a culture of pride and community responsibility.

Original airdate: Feb 28, 2012


As part of a special series of programs under the banner "Managing Marcellus" -- WQED will be presenting a LIVE forum on Energy & Economic Impact. WQED hosts Michael Bartley and Tonia Caruso will convene a panel of economic and Marcellus Shale experts.

Original airdate: Jan 26, 2012


32 counties, One vision, the Power of Regional Thinking. In this special, one hour town hall meeting, representatives of the Power of 32 lay out their goals and strategies for 32 counties in Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, the West Virginia Panhandle, and Western Maryland. The goal is to create one vibrant region by 2025 by sharing resources and planning in six key areas, the environment, education, transportation and infrastructure, people and communities, governance, and the economy.

Original airdate: Nov 03, 2011


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