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Link TV is a non-profit US satellite television network broadcasting programs that engage, educate and activate viewers to become involved in the world. These programs provide a unique perspective on international news, current events, and diverse cultures, presenting issues not often covered in the US media. Link TV is carried nationally on DirecTV Channel 375 and Dish Network Channel 9410. Link TV was launched as a daily, 24-hour non-commercial network in 1999. It receives no government funding or money from satellite providers, but relies instead on contributions from viewers and foundations.

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A New Year's Day special half-hour report: How the world covered Barack Obama's historic victory, and how the next president sees the global challenges ahead. SOURCES: Russia Today, Russia; Comedy Central, U.S.; Once Noticias, Mexico; Al Alam, Iran; TV5, France; FCI, Japan; TRT, Turkey; CNN, U.S. Deutsche Welle, Germany; BBC World, U.K.; Al Jazeera English, Qatar; CCTV, China; PressTV, Iran; KBS News, South Korea; CBS News, U.S.; NBC News, U.S.; ABC News, U.S.; South Asia Newsline, India;...
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A multi-faceted, guided exploration through modern day China and Tibet in search of the "great minds" who are defining the current state of Chinese society and China's emerging environmental movement.
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This episode of Earth Focus presents Link TV's coverage of the 2008 Environmental Film Festival held in Washington D.C., with excerpts from featured films and interviews with two festival participants, water advocate David Douglas and filmmaker Irina Salina.
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In this Earth Focus interview, host Miles Benson talks with Charles Clover, author of "The End of the Line," who exposes the destructive effects of industrialized fishing on the ocean's ecosystem. According to his research, if current practices are not made more sustainable, the world's fisheries could be depleted by the middle of the 21st Century.
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(Global Pulse: June 26, 2008) While the Iraq and Afghanistan wars rage on, consistent coverage of these conflicts is disappearing from network news. Lara Logan, chief foreign correspondent for CBS News, vented her frustrations to Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show," setting off a storm of commentary. While the foreign media continues to cover events unfolding in Iraq and Afghanistan, we compare what makes it into the U.S.'s nightly newscasts. SOURCES: Daily Show, Comedy Central; New York...
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Why shoot a satellite down? You are 1000 times more likely to get hit by lightning than by the toxic fuel in the dead satellite the U.S. shot down last week. Broadcasters worldwide speculated on the real reason - to keep enemies from getting their hands on secret technology; to display our missile prowess; to tweak China, which shot its own satellite down a year ago. China, now repentant, is joining Russia and the UN in a treaty to ban weapons from space, a treaty the Bush administration...
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(April 21, 2008) The November election for president of the United States is fast approaching and never before has the Hispanic vote carried so much weight. With the race so tight, the three leading candidates are going after what may be the tie-breaker - the Latino vote. That group may determine who moves into the White House next winter. Will this translate into true political strength or remain just another political promise? Spanish EEUU Elecciones Presidenciales y el voto de los Latinos....