Books du Jour Expands Distribution

By Dianna Dilworth 

Books du Jour, New York City’s public television show dedicated to books, has been picked up by APT (America Public Television) and is now being distributed to more than over 350 PBS station affiliates.

The show brings three established authors from differing backgrounds to have lunch together and discuss books and the world beyond. If you haven’t seen the show before, you can watch clips on their YouTube page.

“We are very excited to be partnering with APT and PBS,” stated Frederic Colier, the show’s creator and host. “Viewers have told us they find our show not just interesting to watch but ‘classy’ and we feel nothing says stylish and classy like PBS. We could not be more thrilled.”