Written in 1625 by the British playwright Ben Jonson, the play “The Staple of News” provides a historic root for this discussion about the role of the press in modern day Brazil. Journalists of several generations discuss the dilemmas of the selection and focus of their subjects, the resistance of the media in accepting itself as a political agent (though it has had a crucial role in influencing and forming the public opinion), the inevitability of interpretation as there are no hard facts in nature, and (above all) the search for an always complex balance between credibility and the public’s growing demand for news, which brings some organs to approach the realm of entertainment.
Short film depicting a fictional educational film about fork lift truck operational safety. The dangers of unsafe operation are presented in gory details.
Staple-Man returns to Rhyneston, stronger than ever. However, this time, the city is in constant fear under the reining power of crime lord, Nutri-Gra-Mom. Without the presence of her arch enemy, her power has become seemingly unstoppable. With the help of Police Commissioner Gorgon, Staple-Man will try to do just that in this action-packed, tear-jerking masterpiece.
Gospel and blues icon Pops Staples, known as the "Father of Message Music," was the patriarch of an influential family band that led the charge during the civil rights movement of the 1960s, making music that called loudly for change. Filmed in 1995, just five years before his death, this memorable live concert replays Staples's best-loved hits, focusing on songs from his days with the Staples Singers as well as selections from his solo career.
The Diane Stapley Show is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1976.