US Premiere of Online Video News Magazine Eco-Trek

Online show circling the globe highlights cutting edge green life-style

Mar 07, 2011, 10:00 ET from CCM News

NEW YORK, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Eco-Trek, one of the first ever online syndicated green weekly Video News Magazines, presented by actress Anita Anthonj has now released its fifth episode, "Miami Goes Green... In Style" highlighting cutting edge green stories from the sunshine state of Florida. Eco-Trek can be previewed at:


CCM News producers are currently circling the world in an emission free vehicle documenting the most innovative green stories from more than 14 countries on four continents. Until March 28th Eco-Trek will be reporting from the US before heading to Australia.

In the Miami edition, CCM producer, Christian Maier profiled Luis Valenzuela, an innovative fashion designer who only uses recycled and organic materials for his beautiful couture dresses. His runway show recently opened the green section of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. Looking for a unique way to go out in style? Eco-Trek shows you how. The Miami show features The Neptune Society has created the first underwater cemetery in the world:  a 16 acre man-made reef that also serves to promote marine life.

Since its debut on February 4th Eco-Trek episodes, published every Friday have been distributed to a growing number of websites worldwide.

Throughout its European leg, Eco-Trek has documented many fascinating green exposes. The stories range from the first ever fuel cell airplane in Germany, robotic fish measuring pollution levels off Spain's coasts to the Solar Pergola in Spain.

Eco-Trek already has attracted the attention from major broadcasters as well in Europe as in the United States.

For more information about Eco-Trek and how to carry it on your website, please contact:

Thomas Halaczinsky

+1 347 985-6885