DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- "Green Magazine TV" produced by Worldwide Digital Communications, is a new television series featuring ecology and energy conscious companies and organizations. This series will showcase some of the newest and "greenest" technologies being utilized, and is scheduled to be aired as paid programming on the Discovery Channel.
"Green Magazine TV" will open its second season of programming on the Discovery Channel on Thursday, January 7, 2010 featuring four companies and a major research university who are all active participants in the burgeoning Green Revolution to make our world a healthier, "greener" environment in which to live and prosper. The four companies include Dell, which is working to be the greenest technology company on our planet; the Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) partnership, a World Bank-led initiative, which gives the viewer an investigative look into the issue of global warming and its impact on our environment and the future of our planet; Johnson Controls whose innovative approach incorporates renewable technologies with energy efficiency strategies that provide customers with long-term, individualized sustainable solutions; and East Penn Manufacturing, one of the largest single-site lead-acid battery manufacturing facilities in the world, which has been developing highly recyclable lead-acid battery technology for over 63 years.
Also featured on the inaugural 2010 show is Colorado State University, and internationally known public university that was named one of America's "greenest" universities for its deep commitment to advancing global and environmental sustainability.
For more information on "Green Magazine TV," visit www.greenmagazinetelevision.com.
Worldwide Digital Communications is an independent television production company that produces unique programming for niche markets. Culinary, Current Issues, Healthcare and New Technology are just some of the industries that are included in our line-up. Shows currently in production are "Green Magazine TV", "Profiles in Innovation" and "Health on the Edge."
SOURCE Green Magazine TV