Major PBS affiliates in Los Angeles, Boston, Atlanta, and Chicago, as well as stations throughout the country, aired Women of ’69, Unboxed, in prime-time during March (Women’s History Month). In addition, public-television’s acclaimed WORLD℠ Channel scheduled six additional telecasts. WORLD℠, which reaches 61 percent of U.S. TV-viewing households, features “best-of-PBS” nonfiction programming and content from independent producers. It had scheduled 10 airdates in January 2017.
Women of ’69, Unboxed, was telecast on more than 60 PBS affiliates in 2016, including WNET (Thirteen) in New York City, the nation’s #1 market. It is available for streaming on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and XBOX. It may be purchased or rented in HD or SD format. DVDS are available for purchase by libraries and consumers, and for public performances.
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The documentary has screened at leading institutions, including the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and Chautauqua Institution, as well as at colleges, universities, and community venues.
Women of ’69, Unboxed, is a production of Groundswell, Inc., a not-for-profit, public interest media group. The filmmakers continue to seek your support for distribution. They welcome comments, questions, and requests for screenings.
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