Posted on · The longtime ABC News correspondent talks about the hidden camera TV show he hosts and about breaking into news in Houston.
Posted on · Actor Chad Coleman looks ahead to his visit for Comicpalooza.
Posted on · The largest commitment in Houston Public Media history will support local public media in Greater Houston for years to come.
Posted on · Director and Fort Worth native Channing Godfrey Peoples talks about her new film.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Recapping the World Series and looking at why we love horror movies.
Posted on · Carter has depicted life in the neighborhood where he grew up for both film and TV.
Posted on · Members of Houston's LGBTQ community discuss how they're portrayed in TV and film.
Posted on · To binge or not to binge? How is it different from getting caught up in a great book? And is it really
Posted on · The Tunnel: Vengeance will be available to watch on December 14 on Sky Atlantic.
Posted on · Houston Matters talks with three local journalists about the intricacies and challenges of covering disasters like Harvey.
Posted on · Edrick Browne is a local actor who, in his spare time, takes on projects that give back to the community. And thatâs how he found himself teaching a theater class at the Carol Vance Prison in Richmond, Texas. He taught inmates about running equipment on a TV shoot, and they in turn documented their experiences […]
Posted on · On Sunday (May 8, 2016), author, counselor, motivational speaker and TV personality John Bradshaw died. The Houston native wrote a half-dozen books and appeared on hundreds of television and radio shows in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, including a popular limited-run series on PBS called The Eight Stages of Man and Bradshaw On: The […]
Posted on · Veteran television director Michael Grossman's credits include shows like Grey's Anatomy, Pretty Little Liars, Firefly and Gilmore Girls – just to name a few. But, for the past three years, he's taken a break from directing to spend some time on the University of Houston campus working with students hoping to make a career in […]
Posted on · This summer, ABC is running a ten-part series called The Astronaut Wives Club, based on the non-fiction book by the same name by Lily Koppel. The series tells the stories of the early days of the US space program through the eyes of the wives of the astronauts in NASA's Mercury program. Houston plays a […]
Posted on · As more programs and networks offer ever more vibrant streaming services, more Houstonians are cutting the cord entirely on cable and satellite. We ask tech blogger Dwight Silverman what you should know as you contemplate whether to discard your current cable or satellite provider.