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To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91-percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland.

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  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91-percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland.
  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland.
  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland.
  • To the Contrary is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992 it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland for the first six seasons (1992-1998). In Season 5 (1996-1997), Persephone Productions bought the show from Maryland Public Television. In Season 7 (1998-1999), the show moved to PBS station KPBS in San Diego, California. Launched
  • To the Contrary is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. The show was created by host Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C. since 1996. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland for the first six seasons (1992-1998). In Season 5 (1996-1997), Persephone Productions bought the show from Maryland Public Television. In Season 7 (1998-1999), the show moved to PBS station KPBS in San Diego, C
  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was hosted by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C. since 1996. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions.
  • To The Contrary is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was hosted by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C. since 1996. Cari W. Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions.
  • To The Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. The show was hosted and moderated by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek.
  • To The Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. The show was hosted and moderated by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Wee
  • To The Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. Award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé was the show's moderator, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and Motor
  • To the Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. Award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé was the show's moderator, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and Motor
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  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91-percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland. Launched on April 1, 1992, each week the show features four female panelists from various backgrounds including politicians, journalists, activists, and professional commentators. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland. Launched on April 1, 1992, each week the show features four female panelists from various backgrounds including politicians, journalists, activists, and professional commentators. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. For the first six years of broadcast the show was filmed at the Maryland Public Television studios in Owings Mills, Maryland. Launched on April 1, 1992, each week the show features four female panelists from various backgrounds including politicians, journalists, activists, and professional commentators. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To the Contrary is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was created by host Bonnie Erbé and is produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C.. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992 it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland for the first six seasons (1992-1998). In Season 5 (1996-1997), Persephone Productions bought the show from Maryland Public Television. In Season 7 (1998-1999), the show moved to PBS station KPBS in San Diego, California. Launched on April 3, 1992, each week the show features four female panelists from various backgrounds including politicians, journalists, activists, and professional commentators. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To the Contrary is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. The show was created by host Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C. since 1996. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland for the first six seasons (1992-1998). In Season 5 (1996-1997), Persephone Productions bought the show from Maryland Public Television. In Season 7 (1998-1999), the show moved to PBS station KPBS in San Diego, California. The show debuted on April 3, 1992, a moderator and four panelists discuss women's issues. The theme music was composed by Anne Bryant. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbé is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was hosted by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C. since 1996. Cari Weiss Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions. Launched on April 3, 1992, each week the show features four female panelists from various backgrounds including politicians, journalists, activists, and professional commentators. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To The Contrary is PBS’s all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. It was hosted by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions in Washington, D.C. since 1996. Cari W. Stein is executive producer of To the Contrary. Luis Mazariegos has been the producer since 2013. Ariel Edem is the show's associate producer. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions. The half-hour show debuted on April 3, 1992, each week the show features four female panelists from various backgrounds including politicians, journalists, activists, and professional commentators. These women, with host and moderator Bonnie Erbé, discuss various issues in the news, mainly affecting women, children, families and communities of color. It is a half-hour program. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, not simply politics.
  • To The Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. The show was hosted and moderated by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions. The half-hour show debuted on April 3, 1992. Four female panelists and a moderator discuss the week's major developments, with women-related news stories and topics. The first show featured topics, such as The State of the Economy, and SCOTUS and School Desegregation. Erbe's panelists on the first show were Julianne Malveaux, Dorothy Gilliam, Kate O'Beirne, and Linda Chavez. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, rather than politics.
  • To The Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. The show was hosted and moderated by award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions. From 1998 to 2009, the show was produced by KPBS in San Diego, California. The half-hour show debuted on April 3, 1992. Four female panelists and a moderator discuss the week's major developments, with women-related news stories and topics. The first show featured topics, such as The State of the Economy, and SCOTUS and School Desegregation. Erbe's panelists on the first show were Julianne Malveaux, Dorothy Gilliam, Kate O'Beirne, and Linda Chavez. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, rather than politics.
  • To The Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. Award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé was the show's moderator, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions. From 1998 to 2009, the show was produced by KPBS in San Diego, California. The half-hour show debuted on April 3, 1992. Four female panelists and a moderator discuss the week's major developments, with women-related news stories and topics. The first show featured topics, such as The State of the Economy, and SCOTUS and School Desegregation. Erbe's panelists on the first show were Julianne Malveaux, Dorothy Gilliam, Kate O'Beirne, and Linda Chavez. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, rather than politics.
  • To the Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. Award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé was the show's moderator, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the newly formed Persephone Productions. From 1998 to 2009, the show was produced by KPBS in San Diego, California. The half-hour show debuted on April 3, 1992. Four female panelists and a moderator discuss the week's major developments, with women-related news stories and topics. The first show featured topics, such as The State of the Economy, and SCOTUS and School Desegregation. Erbe's panelists on the first show were Julianne Malveaux, Dorothy Gilliam, Kate O'Beirne, and Linda Chavez. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, rather than politics.
  • To the Contrary is an American half-hour all-women news-analysis program. The show airs weekly in 91 percent of TV markets on PBS stations in the United States, in Canada, and internationally on Voice of America TV. Award-winning journalist Bonnie Erbé was the show's moderator, and was produced by Persephone Productions since 1996. The show's first executive producer was Carol Wonsavage, who served from the show's debut in 1992 until 1993. John H. Davis of MotorWeek fame was the executive producer from 1993 to 1998. Cari W. Stein has been the executive producer of To the Contrary since 1998. When To the Contrary premiered on April 3, 1992, it was taped at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Maryland during the first six seasons, which is also the home to Wall Street Week, and MotorWeek. In 1996, Erbe took the show to the Persephone Productions. From 1998 to 2009, the show was produced by KPBS in San Diego, California. The half-hour show debuted on April 3, 1992. Four female panelists and a moderator discuss the week's major developments, with women-related news stories and topics. The first show featured topics, such as The State of the Economy, and SCOTUS and School Desegregation. Erbe's panelists on the first show were Julianne Malveaux, Dorothy Gilliam, Kate O'Beirne, and Linda Chavez. The show tries to focus on how the news affects people, rather than politics.
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