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How economics shapes fight culture around the world

by Molly Wood and Maria Hollenhorst Nov 20, 2018
"Fightworld" creator Frank Grillo says many champions started out "fighting for their lives."
“Fightworld” creator-host Frank Grillo with a Muay Thai fighter.
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What happens when politics takes a starring role

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 24, 2018
Why politically themed movies, books and podcasts are everywhere.
President-elect Donald Trump boards the elevator at Trump Tower in New York City on Jan. 16, 2017.
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Errol Morris' new docuseries "Wormwood" was sold to Netflix as the "everything bagel"

by Kai Ryssdal and Hayley Hershman Dec 14, 2017
It's a documentary. It's a period drama. It's a re-enactment. "It's my best something," the director says.
Director Errol Morris behind the camera on the set of "Wormwood."
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AMC helped usher in the Golden Age of Television — now it wants to be a part of the Golden Age of Documentaries

by David Brancaccio May 20, 2016
AMC's CEO Josh Sapan talked to us about experimenting with bite-sized versions of the medium.
AMC Networks President and CEO Josh Sapan
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'Silicon Cowboys' documents rise of Compaq

by Molly Wood Mar 29, 2016
A look at the small Texas startup that took on IBM to become the largest computer company in the world.
The Compaq Computer team with the first Compaq portable computer. From L-R: Ken Roberts,  Jim Harris, Bill Murto, Steve Ullrich, Walt Russell, Rod Canion, Tim Tindle, John Reilly, Steve Flannigan, Guy Fielder, Gary Stimac, Bill Bray and Ted Papajohn.
Courtesy Compaq Computer Corporation