BAKA, People of the Forest, a National Geographic Special, on WQED, 1989.
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A young, native child looks through the lens of a television camera.

Credit: Courtesy of WQED Pittsburgh

A vital supplier of programming to the national PBS system during the 1970s and 1980s, WQED produced National Geographic Specials for the National Geographic Society for fifteen years. Today, it continues to produce Black Horizons, the nation's longest running television series on African-American culture and public affairs, which first went on the air in 1968.

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