Details about individual programs - NewsHour, FRONTLINE, etc. - can be found on the websites for specific series. Your first step is to determine which program you're looking for and then find its Web address:
- You may need to consult the TV schedule to find out which show OPB aired at the time in question. Many of the programs link to the OPB TV page for that program.
- Episode details for Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Experience and Oregon Art Beat are available on our website.
- It's usually easiest to find the web site for programs not produced by OPB doing a web search for the "program name" and "website" (using the quotes). Note: Not every program has its own website, but many do.
- Once you've logged on to a program's website, look for an "archive" or "past shows" link to find the exact date you need. If you don't know when the episode aired, use the site's search engine and any known keywords to narrow down the date. Put quotes around any phrases or full names you're searching for -- this will make the responses more relevant to your needs.
- At the discretion of the show's producers, transcripts may be available for download, printing or sale. Some TV shows will have video clips, and some - like FRONTLINE - offer entire shows viewable on demand.