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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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by Franny Armstrong
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eye 3,428
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An excerpt from the documentary "Drowned Out", about the Narmada Dam Project in India, and the people protesting its construction.
Topics: What You Can Do, Linkshorts, India
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by Blue Planet Run
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eye 3,023
favorite 1
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A promo that promotes a foot race planned to spread awareness about the need for clean water and global sustainability.
Topics: linkshorts, Health Issues, Clean Water
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by Ilan Ziv
movies
eye 2,597
favorite 3
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On December 3, 1984, huge amounts of toxic gas leaked from the Union Carbide pesticide factory in Bhopal, poisoning hundreds of thousands of people, and killing thousands, the biggest and deadliest chemical disaster of all time. Today, hundreds of thousands of people still suffer. This powerful film explores how Union Carbide successfully manipulated both the US and the Indian legal systems against each other, to avoid having to defend its record in the Bhopal plant in court. Featuring, a young...
Topics: linkshorts, Asia, Business and Economics, Economics, Environment, Ethics, Globalization, Health...
Link TV Archive
movies
eye 2,442
favorite 1
comment 1
A film that explores the history and consequences of the development of the atomic bomb.
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Topics: linkshorts, Atomic Bomb
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by Katja Schupp
movies
eye 1,941
favorite 0
comment 0
An excerpt of a Deutsche Welle In Focus news report about current conditions in Afghanistan.
Topics: Linkshorts, What You Can Do, Deutsche Welle
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by Cecelia Sepumeda
movies
eye 1,684
favorite 1
comment 0
An excerpt from a 2003 interview with Patch Adams, on "La Belleza de Pensar", a Chilean talk show.
Topics: linkshorts, Healthcare, What You Can Do
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movies
eye 1,684
favorite 0
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An interview with the filmmakers of Genie in a Bottle Unleashed. A film that explores the history and consequences of the development of the atomic bomb.
Topics: linkshorts, Atomic Bomb
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by Deutsche Welle
movies
eye 1,531
favorite 0
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A report on the conditions of Sudanese refugees fleeing genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan.
Topics: Linkshorts, Sudan, What You Can Do
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by Ilan Ziv
movies
eye 1,380
favorite 1
comment 0
Promo for the film Litigating Disaster. This powerful film explores how Union Carbide successfully manipulated both the US and the Indian legal systems against each other, to avoid having to defend its record in the Bhopal plant in court. Featuring, a young Indian-American lawyer, the film follows the case he brought on behalf of the victims in front of the Federal District Court in New York. Case number 99CIV 11239 has survived two motions to dismiss, and is now proceeding to trial. .
Topics: linkshorts, Asia, Business and Economics, Economics, Environment, Ethics, Globalization, Health...
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by Stephen Olsson
movies
eye 1,345
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comment 1
An exciting new television series that explores the frontiers of religion and metaphysics, of science and spirituality. Host Bokara Legendre brings together an engaging group of well-known scientists, thinkers, and spiritual teachers from around the world. Unique spontaneous conversation result as fascinating guests are brought together for the first time to share their insights, knowledge and wisdom.
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Topics: linkshorts, Spirituality, Religion, Metaphysics
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eye 1,305
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An interview with Frank Loy, former Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs from 1998 to 2001, and Chairman of Environment 2004, an organization dedicated to electing leaders who understand the importance of environmental protection. He describes how Environment 2004 will be reaching people through media events and rallies featuring prominent experts, advertising, and direct voter contact to make a stand for environmental leadership in 2004. The interview is a part of the third episode of...
Topics: Linkshorts, Environment
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movies
eye 1,290
favorite 2
comment 1
Over the years, we've been inundated with the statistics and the pictures of poverty around the world-so much so that many people in both the North and South have come to accept it as an unfortunate but unalterable state of affairs. The truth, however, is that things have changed in recent years. The world today is more prosperous than it ever has been. The technological advances we have seen in recent years have created exciting new opportunities to improve economies and reduce hunger.
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Topics: linkshorts, poverty, hunger
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by George Butler
movies
eye 1,164
favorite 0
comment 0
A clip for the the movie Going Upriver.
Topic: linkshorts
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by Lawrence Bender
movies
eye 1,011
favorite 2
comment 0
It is the first car built for the road and the world around it. It can take America to work in the morning without sending it to war in the afternoon. With a sophisticated braking system that stops our dependence on foreign oil. It gets 40 miles to every gallon with thousands of dollars saved at the pump. The only problem is Detroit won't build it.
Topics: linkshorts, What You Can Do, Detroit Project, Arianna Huffington, Larry David, SUV, Alternative...
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by The Detroit Project
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eye 965
favorite 0
comment 0
It is the first car built for the road and the world around it. It can take America to work in the morning without sending it to war in the afternoon. With a sophisticated braking system that stops our dependence on foreign oil. It gets 40 miles to every gallon with thousands of dollars saved at the pump. The only problem is Detroit won't build it.
Topics: linkshorts, Cars, Environment
Link TV Archive
by Human Rights Watch
movies
eye 928
favorite 2
comment 0
A report on the death and destruction caused by the militia groups in the Darfur region of Sudan.
Topics: linkshorts, Sudan, What You Can Do
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movies
eye 847
favorite 2
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Poverty has a woman's face. Global prosperity and peace will only be achieved once all the world's people are empowered to order their own lives and provide for themselves and their families. Societies where women are more equal stand a much greater chance of achieving the Millennium Goals by 2015. Every single Goal is directly related to women's rights, and societies were women are not afforded equal rights as men can never achieve development in a sustainable manner. In Asia, Latin America,...
Topics: linkshorts, women
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by Kim Spencer
movies
eye 765
favorite 0
comment 0
Robert F. Kennedy JR. speaks with Mark Hertsgard about his new book and the environment.
Topics: linkshorts, Earth Focus, What You Can Do, RFK, Mark Hertsgaard, Environment, Crimes Against Nature,...
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by Mark Sugg
movies
eye 694
favorite 0
comment 0
Clips of George Soros in Russia and Washington, DC
Topics: Linkshorts, George Soros
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by Evelyn Messinger
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eye 642
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An exploration of the crisis in military manpower and the possibility of a post-election draft. This instalment of the FAQs series asks questions about the politics of the issue: Who will decide whether the draft is reinstated and who should the public believe? Is their a "back door" draft? Will there be "medical conscription"? Will there be more wars and where will we get the troops to wage them? Should everybody of age be required to serve?
Topics: linkshorts, Draft, FAQs
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by Kim Spencer
movies
eye 599
favorite 1
comment 0
Robert F. Kennedy JR. speaks with Mark Hertsgard about his new book and the environment.
Topics: linkshorts, Earth Focus, What You Can Do, RFK, Mark Hertsgaard, Environment, Crimes Against Nature,...
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by Kim Spencer
movies
eye 555
favorite 0
comment 0
Robert F. Kennedy JR. speaks with Mark Hertsgard about his new book and the environment.
Topics: linkshorts, Earth Focus, What You Can Do, RFK, Mark Hertsgaard, Environment, Crimes Against Nature,...
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by Beth Gage and George Gage
movies
eye 396
favorite 0
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An excerpt from the documentary "Troubled Waters"
Topics: linkshorts, Dams, What You Can Do
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by Headcount.org
movies
eye 389
favorite 2
comment 0
Voting PSA
Topics: linkshorts, Elections, Voting
Link TV Archive
movies
eye 328
favorite 1
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We cannot have sound economies, sustainable societies, and healthy people without a healthy planet. Uncontrolled and rampant use of natural resources such as forests, land, water, and fisheries-often by the powerful few-have caused alarming changes in our natural world in recent decades. For example, human activities are causing losses in biodiversity at a rate 50 to 100 times faster than would otherwise be expected.
Topics: linkshorts, women
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eye 326
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An interview with the filmmakers of Occupied Minds, a story of two journalists, Jamal Dajani, a Palestinian-American and David Michaelis, an Israeli citizen, who journey to Jerusalem, their mutual birthplace, to explore new solutions and offer unique insights into the divisive Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Topics: linkshorts, Palestine, Israel
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by Headcount.org
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eye 323
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Voting PSA with The Dead
Topics: linkshorts, Elections, Voting
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by George Butler
movies
eye 234
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comment 0
A clip for the the movie Going Upriver.
Topic: linkshorts
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by Danny Schechter and Faye M. Anderson
movies
eye 230
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comment 0
An update to the 2002 documentary, Counting on Democracy, about the trouble in Florida during the 2000 presidential elections.
Topics: What You Can Do, Linkshorts, Elections
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by Mark Ritchie
movies
eye 187
favorite 0
comment 0
Voting PSA
Topics: linkshorts, Elections, Voting
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by George Butler
movies
eye 177
favorite 0
comment 0
A clip for the the movie Going Upriver.
Topic: linkshorts
Link TV Archive
by Mark Ritchie
movies
eye 162
favorite 0
comment 0
Voting PSA
Topics: linkshorts, Elections, Voting