- Home Video: Documentary. Olson, Catherine Apple // Billboard;02/15/97, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p69
Reviews four documentary home videos. `Howard Stern Exposed,' from Arts & Entertainment Home Video; `Wild Discovery,' from Discovery Channel Home Video; `D Day,' from Central Park Media.
- Home video: Documentary. Olson, Catherine Apple // Billboard;07/12/97, Vol. 109 Issue 28, p78
Reviews three documentaries released on home video in 1997. `Timothy Leary's Last Trip,' released by WinStar Home Entertainment; `Queen Mary,' released by Arthur Gould Productions; `Best of Real Sex,' released by HBO Undercover.
- The War of 1812. Thomas, Dwain // School Library Journal;Dec2011, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p62
A review is presented for the television documentary DVD-video "The War of 1812," produced by WNED-TV and PBS.
- Can You Dig It? Right On! Poniewozik, James // Time;8/19/2002, Vol. 160 Issue 8, p62
Reviews the documentary television program 'BaadAsssss Cinema,' directed by Isaac Julien, which explores the meaning and art behind blaxploitation's appeal.
- Africa. Lowry, Brian // Variety Movie Reviews;1/7/2013, Issue 7, p1
The article reviews the documentary television program "Africa."
- Namath. Edelstein, Bill // Variety Movie Reviews;1/25/2012, Issue 383, p1
The article reviews the television program "Namath," starring Joe Namath and Frank Namath.
- Cheer. Naoreen, Nuzhat // Entertainment Weekly;9/7/2012, Issue 1223, p70
The article reviews the documentary television series "Cheer," which profiles the Central Jersey Allstars cheerleading team, airing on cable television network CMT.
- Witness. Tucker, Ken // Entertainment Weekly;11/9/2012, Issue 1232 / 1233, p92
The article reviews the television documentary program "Witness."
- Ghosts on the Telly. Pomerantsev, Peter // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);3/19/2012 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 159 Issue 12, p2
The article reviews the television documentary program "Empire."