Green Magazine TV Debuts on Discovery Channel
Green Magazine TV is an innovative, television magazine formatted series dedicated to the preservation and sustainability of our planet through the awareness and commitment of individuals, corporations and political entities to ensure that Earth is a viable and healthy place for our children, their children and for generations to come.
June 25, 2009, The premiere episode of Green Magazine TV will debut on The Discovery Channel at 8:30 Am on Thursday, June 25. Featured on the first show are four well known companies who have taken leadership roles in the "Green" movement within their industries. Eastman Kodak, Proctor & Gamble, Florida Crystals and Heritage Environmental Services will share the spotlight in this environmentally focused program.
Kodak introduces viewers to its new OLED technology, which will revolutionize the flat screen and solid state lighting world while using less power and being much "greener" than the LCD and lighting technologies it is replacing.
Procter & Gamble's Vice President for Sustainability, Len Sauers, shares P&G's science-based approach to innovation that helps consumers save valuable resources without sacrificing performance or having to spend more.
Florida Crystals was "green" before it was fashionable to be green. Certified Carbon-Free Florida Crystals has been operating America's largest renewable energy plant for more than a decade producing clean energy using sugarcane and urban woods as fuel.
For more than 35 years, Heritage Environmental Services headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, has been providing safe and compliant waste services while developing true sustainable solutions for a wide variety of companies with environmental problems.
Tristan Rogers, the noted actor who portrayed Scorpio for 23 years on General Hospital and is also the voice for the Outback Steakhouse television commercials, is the host of Green Magazine TV.
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