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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 Beth Gage and George Gage
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An excerpt from the documentary "Troubled Waters"
Topics: linkshorts, Dams, What You Can Do
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by Blue Planet Run
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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 Brave New Films in association with Sierra Club Productions
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March 24, 1989 will forever plague history as one of the worst environmental disasters of our time. Eleven million gallons of oil spilled into the Prince William Sound killing thousands of wildlife and destroying a complex and delicate ecosystem. Exxon promised they would clean up the spill and promised that those affected would get their lives back. Sixteen years later and the people are still waiting for their lives to become "whole" again. Phil Lian - commercial fisherman and...
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by Cecelia Sepumeda
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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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by Danny Schechter and Faye M. Anderson
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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 Deutsche Welle
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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 Evelyn Messinger
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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 Franny Armstrong
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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 George Butler
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A clip for the the movie Going Upriver.
Topic: linkshorts
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by George Butler
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A clip for the the movie Going Upriver.
Topic: linkshorts
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by George Butler
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A clip for the the movie Going Upriver.
Topic: linkshorts
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by Headcount.org
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Voting PSA with The Dead
Topics: linkshorts, Elections, Voting
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by Headcount.org
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Voting PSA
Topics: linkshorts, Elections, Voting
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by Human Rights Watch
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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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by Ilan Ziv
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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 Ilan Ziv
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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...
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by Jamal Dajani and David Michaelis
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eye 1,615
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Trailer for the documentary 'Occupied Minds'.
Topics: Israel, Palestine, Middle East, Link TV
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by Katja Schupp
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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 Kim Spencer
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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
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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
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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 Lawrence Bender
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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 Link Media, Inc.
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In this clip, popular actor and comedian John Leguizamo portrays General Antonio Taguba, author of the U.S. Army report on prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, from journalist Seymour Hersh's adaptation of “The General’s Report”. This excerpt from Culture Project’s special discussion on the "War on Terror", “Blueprint for Accountability: Working the Dark Side”, illustrates how Taguba’s investigation into abuses at Abu Ghraib was censored by the U.S. government. “I’ve been...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Each year, the state of Alaska permits private citizens to chase down and kill dozens of wolves using low-flying aircraft and high-powered rifles. Nearly 700 wolves have been killed over the past several winters. In this Earth Focus presentation of "Stop the Aerial Hunting of Wolves in Alaska," produced by Defenders of Wildlife (www.defenders.org), several activists and concerned citizens describe the cruelty of aerial hunting and the steps taken by Alaskans to make the practice...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Part 2 of the Oceans 8 Altiplano adventure begins on the largest lake in northern Argentina - Lago Vilama - which surprisingly is just a few inches deep.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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25-year-old Natalie was buried for seven days in Port au Prince amongst rubble from the Haitian earthquake. She survived after local and international Search and Rescue teams worked for 12 straight hours to free her. During the week after the quake struck over 120 people were saved from the ruins of Haiti, often by Haitian civilians using their bare hands to dig for loved ones, neighbors and complete strangers. Click here to learn more about the earthquake in Haiti, and to find out what you can...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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The Edge of Joy is a documentary film that follows an ensemble cast of Nigerian doctors, midwives and families to the frontlines of maternal care.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Remember when Sarah Palin said that "the surge principles that have worked in Iraq need to be implemented in Afghanistan." Well…as Ms. Palin would say, many Afghans working for the Afghan security forces are now switching sides and are now defecting to the Taliban. Guess who trained many of them? Blackwater!
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Recently, President Bush visited Latin America, his 11 th. trip to the region in his two term presidency. He visited five countries in his 5-day trip. His most significant accomplishment was signing a cooperation agreement with Brazil for the development and production of alternative fuels. President Bush also managed to ruffle a lot of feathers while he traveled through Latin America. SPANISH Bush - Acceso Negado El Presidente Bush visitó recientemente América Latina, su 11er. Viaje a la...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In this "fly-on-the-wall" documentary, we enter the world of tiny children as they experience their first week of boarding school
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by Link Media, Inc.
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David Bornstein, author of "How to Change the World," told Global X what happened when he was a young journalist and he first met Muhammad Yunus in Bangladesh.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Is the U.S. economy showing signs of recovery, as some indicators suggest, or are these assertions dangerously premature? Robert Reich offers thoughtful insight in this Link TV Special "Where Did the Stimulus Go?".
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Asad Mahmood talks about using proactive intentions to maximize on two goals, the social and financial.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Asad Mahmood talks about mitigating ideas: Subsidies and Credit Enhancement.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In this special we look at both the danger and opportunity presented by the massive global environmental change we currently face. Environmentalist Bill McKibben joins us to present the new doc series The Planet.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In this clip, environmentalist and author Bill McKibben asserts that carbon needs to have a price and cap associated with it, following similar Japanese and European practices. Such actions, he says, will be a catalyst for more environmentally-friendly economic practices.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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An excerpt from Robert Scheer's interview with "Taxi to the Dark Side" director and Academy Award winner Alex Gibney. In this clip, Gibney talks about the experiences of the guards at the Bagram Military Base who were found to have used torture,
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Our economy is in bad shape - and it seems like every day brings more and more bad news. This talk by economist Robert Reich cuts through the media's hyperbole to give us a realistic economic forecast for 2009 and beyond.
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Journalist and filmmaker Danny Schecter discusses the reasons the mainstream media has glossed over - and even avoided - coverage of the real causes of the morgage and credit crisis in America.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Israel reaches a cease-fire agreement with Hamas, while also negotiating a prisoner swap with Hezbollah. Both organizations are on the United States terror list and don't recognize Israel's right to exist. Why is Israel negotiating with its arch enemies? Is Israel getting soft?
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Host Peter Coyote inverviews Sean Penn about his trip to Iraq and how it has affected him as an American citizen, as an artist, and as a father. The program includes other eyewitnesses such as Scott Ritter, former U.N. weapons inspector and a selection of
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by Link Media, Inc.
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An exploration of the impact of media consolidation. Host Peter Coyote interviews Walter Cronkite and moderates a panel of media experts, who discuss why, since the 1996 Telecommunications Act, the number of major U.S. news organizations has shrunk to six
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In 2007, 86 journalists were killed for doing their job, mainly in Iraq. Step into the lives of the journalists who take refuge at La Maison des Journalists in Paris, for a chance to start a new and protected life, on Al Jazeera's Witness.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Watch this clip from "Antoine", a film about a young boy who's lack of vision is no match for his imagination and sense of adventure. Born 100 days prematurely, Antoine is now five years old and he's blind. "Antoine" is a sensitive portrait of the real and imaginary life of Antoine, a boy detective who runs, drives, makes decisions, and hosts radio shows.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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An unprecedented national discussion on how to end the genocide in Darfur.
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Democracy Now! is expanding the debate! Watch third party candidates Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson participate in real time on DN!'s live coverage of the first presidential debate in Denver, CO, on October 3, 2012.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In part three of an interview with Dean Cycon, Founder/CEO of Dean's Beans, Dean breaks down the definition and misconceptions of Fair Trade and certification in relatable terms to interviewer Kellie McElhaney, Founding Faculty Director of the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Have a question? Ask Dean! Visit www.linktv.org/realconversations
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In part two of an interview with Dean Cycon, Founder/CEO of Dean's Beans, Dean breaks down the definition and misconceptions of Fair Trade and certification in relatable terms to interviewer Kellie McElhaney, Founding Faculty Director of the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Have a question? Ask Dean! Visit www.linktv.org/realconversations
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by Link Media, Inc.
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This episode of Earth Focus presents Link TV's coverage of the 2006 Green Festival held in Washington, D.C., with interviews of activists and vendors, and excerpts from featured speakers; plus Miles Benson interviews author Dr. Lester Brown about the rush to turn food into fuel and China's role in the eco-economy. THE GREEN FESTIVAL GOES TO WASHINGTON, D.C.
Recently, the Green Festival came to Washington, D.C., bringing together 100 speakers, 400 green businesses, and nearly 25,000 people for...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In this special presentation, Earth Focus travels to London to interview British journalist and author Fred Pearce who has reported on environmental issues in more than 60 countries. He speaks with correspondent Miles Benson about why future water management may involve going back to ancient traditions.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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This special Earth Focus interview with Mark Lynas, author of "Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet", covers key questions about climate change, and our options for a sustainable future.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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The tiger prawn industry in Thailand exploits people and the environment. Small fish and juvenile sharks, caught by Thai trawlers operating illegally in foreign waters from Indonesia to Bangladesh, are ground into fishmeal for prawn food. As fishing stocks are depleted, local fishermen are affected. Thai trawlers operators often hire Burmese workers who are exploited and abused. The Thai prawn industry is the largest of its kind in the world and markets prawns to European consumers. Watch this...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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The tiger prawn industry in Thailand exploits people and the environment. Small fish and juvenile sharks, caught by Thai trawlers operating illegally in foreign waters from Indonesia to Bangladesh, are ground into fishmeal for prawn food. As fishing stocks are depleted, local fishermen are affected. Thai trawlers operators often hire Burmese workers who are exploited and abused. The Thai prawn industry is the largest of its kind in the world and markets prawns to European consumers. Watch this...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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A look at the devastating effects of global warming on coral reefs, demonstrating how temperature changes can effect the health, size and vibrancy of the "rainforests of the sea."
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Middle East interviews.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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With the Armenian diaspora, the U.S. presidential election will significantly impact both Armenia and Armenians living in the U.S., Nouneh Sarkissan says.
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Earth Focus speaks with Jonathan Watts, Asia environmental correspondent for UK's The Guardian about his new book When a Billion Chinese Jump. Watts travelled more than 100,000 miles across China, looking at cancer villages, toxic air and water pollution and issues that may affect China's ability to feed itself -- melting glaciers and acute water shortages. The environment is now recognized as a security issue in China and Watts addresses how the Chinese leadership is responding. The choices...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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As tensions flare between the Muslim world and the West, Jihad Turk of the Islamic Center of Southern California and host Charles Annenberg Weingarten journey to the Middle East to find the common threads that bind Christians, Muslims, and Jews.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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To explore is to dream, to grow, to learn, to experience. Come Explore! Explore went to China on a 3-week fact-finding mission of philanthropy. Charlie, our tour guide and a trustee of the Annenberg Foundation, was blessed with the opportunity to meet some of the most innovative minds and non-profit foundations in China. Join Charlie as he explores the environment, human rights, public health, social change, philosophy, and education.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Watch this space for episode information.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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The Bodh School of Jaipur
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by Link Media, Inc.
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The Explore team from the Annenberg Foundation visits non-profit organizations in India, Africa, and China showcasing independent voices and work and sharing insights into this unique culture.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Jacob Soboroff asks: when America ranks 139th of 172 countries in voter participation, why do we vote on Tuesday, smack in the middle of the work week? Jacob, 24, is a Los Angeles native, and is Executive Director of Why Tuesday?, a non-partisan and non-profit effort to increase voter participation.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner justifies risking taxpayer money during the financial crisis to revive the markets. "Central fact is that governments have to be prepared to take risks the markets can't take," says Geithner.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Anshu Gupta is an Ashoka Fellow and the executive director of Goonj, a primarily volunteer run organization based in New Delhi that provides clothes and other basic amenities to millions across India by turning one person's waste into a resource for another. In 1998 Anshu left his job as a manager of corporate communications in a large Indian company to found Goonj (www.goonj.org) and travel India in order to understand the needs of the people of his country.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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In this "fly-on-the-wall" documentary, we enter the world of tiny children as they experience their first week of boarding school.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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(LinkAsia: June 10, 2011) Vietnam's Youth use Facebook and local blogs to organize a demonstration against China. Contributor: Nguyen Qui Duc
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Now you donât have to own a satellite dish to watch your favorite Link TV shows full screen! The free Miro program will download and manage your episodes, keeping you and your friends up to date on Link shows. More...
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Mosaic is a Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq and Iran.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Mosaic is a Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq and Iran.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Mosaic is a Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq and Iran.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Mosaic is a Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq and Iran.
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Mosaic is a Peabody Award-winning daily compilation of television news reports from the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq and Iran.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Laurent Gbagbo agrees to negotiate "peaceful end" to Ivory Coast crisis, Sudan's president makes rare visit to South to appeal for unity, governor of Pakistan's Punjab province shot dead, and more.
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by Link Media, Inc.
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Today's Headlines: Bombings in Iraq's Karbala kill 50 pilgrims, defiant Hariri seeks new mandate as Lebanese premier, and what led Bouazizi to ignite Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution?