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The Television Critics Association Press Tour takes place twice a year in January and July. The tour lasts two weeks, and generates roughly two million stories (a slight exaggeration, actual figures put it around 95,000 stories total). The tour started almost two weeks ago, and for the next two days, July 22-23, PBS is the featured network.

Credentialing for the PBS press tour is now closed, but you can follow it remotely with the hashtag #TCA14. The @PBSPressRoom Twitter account will also post regular updates during the tour. You can also check the PressRoom’s Flickr account to access free, professional, high-resolution Press Tour photos.

For those attending Press Tour, a full schedule is detailed below. At the tour, you can prescreen full episodes of upcoming programs using the closed circuit feed (channels 65 and 66). In addition, those looking for local connections to PBS’ upcoming programming can use the PBS Local Connections Google map to check if your market is connected to an upcoming broadcast.

Tuesday, July 22
9:00am – Odd Squad

10:15am – PBS Executive Session with Paula Kerger

11:00am – America by the Numbers

12:15pm – Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts: An Intimate History

1:45pm – Live from Lincoln Center “The Nance” – 40th Anniversary Season

2:45pm – POV “Koch”

3:30pm – Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood “Meet the New Baby”

4:00pm – Independent Lens “Evolution of a Criminal”

5:00pm – Makers “Women in Hollywood” and “Women in Politics”

6:15pm – Masterpiece “Downton Abbey, Season 5”

Wednesday, July 23
9:00am – Finding Your Roots 2

10:15am – American Experience “Ripley: Believe It or Not!”

11:00am – NOVA “CyberWar”

11:45am – EARTH: A New Wild

1:00pm – How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson

2:00pm – Dick Cavett’s Watergate

3:15pm – NOVA “Vaccines – Calling the Shots”

4:10pm – PBS Digital Studios featuring “Frankenstein, M.D.”

5:00pm – American Masters “Bing Crosby Rediscovered” and “The Boomer List”

7:15pm – The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess: A PBS Art Festival presentation featuring a performance by Laquita Mitchell

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