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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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An original investigative report by Earth Focus and UK's Ecologist Film Unit looks at the risks of natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. From toxic chemicals in drinking water to unregulated interstate dumping of potentially radioactive waste that experts fear can contaminate water supplies in major population centers including New York City. Are the health consequences worth the economic gains? Marcellus Shale contains enough natural gas to supply all US gas needs for 14 years. But...
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(Earth Focus: Episode 31) Our life depends on the oceans, and they're under threat. A new book The Atlas of Coasts and Oceans tells why. One out of three fish sold in the US may be mislabelled. It's called sea food fraud and a new campaign aims to stop it. Then, the film Bag It looks at how plastic kills marine life. And why vegetarian fish may be the future of seafood -- a look at research into plant based fish feed.
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Suzan Beraza, director of the film "Bag It" is interviewed by Earth Focus correspondent about the impact of plastics on our lives and the environment. "Bag It" looks at where plastics go when we're done with them and why they can be toxic.