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Hosted by Antiques Roadshows Lara Spencer with correspondent Clay Reynolds, Antiques Roadshow FYIs magazine-style episodes give viewers tools to enrich and improve their own treasure hunts and answer the many questions raised by Roadshow: What happens to the stuff you appraise after the owners leave the convention hall? Where can I go to get the best deals? Whats a hot collectible right now? Not to mention, what do the appraisers collect themselves?
Watch a preview at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/antiquesfyi/promo.html
Launching January 17, 2005, the complete Antiques Roadshow FYI Web site will follow and extend these segments through lively features that coincide with the PBS broadcasts.
Web features include:
Missing Masterpieces The antiques trade is filled with legends of great pieces gone missing. Are they lost forever, or hiding in plain sight just waiting to be discovered? Each week we take a look at one of these lost treasures.
Appraiser Tips "Market-smarts" and other lessons from the experts, spotlighting what's hot, what's not, and other tricky topics within the world of antiques and collectibles.
"FYI" Want to know when the next big antiques event is coming to town? "FYI" will be an online repository of useful lists, links, and other information related to antiques hunting and collecting.
FYI Online Forum Log on to the Antiques Roadshow FYI Discussion Board to share antiquing tips and personal stories with fans of the show and other collecting aficionados.
Funding for Antiques Roadshow
FYI is provided by public television viewers. Antiques Roadshow
FYI is produced for PBS by WGBH Boston. Executive producer is Marsha
Bemko. For more on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW FYI, visit http://www.pbs.org/antiquesfyi.
Press information is available at http://www.pbs.org/pressroom
Press contact is Judy Matthews,
- Dec 6, 2004
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