The production crew is arriving back in the studio today after gathering footage for an upcoming “Informed” segment on how taking Ultra Violet technology is changing how we view the world from our windows. The segment will be hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe and will air to PBS Member stations in the Fall.
Meeting with revolutionary doctors around the globe, the “Informed” production team is gathering footage this week for an upcoming series on genetic manipulation and how some medical advancements are rewriting the way we change DNA. Hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe, this docuseries will air on PBS member stations nationwide in the Spring.
Back from Rome, the production crew for “Informed” gathered footage for an upcoming segment featuring the Colosseum. The piece will be hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe, and will debut to PTV and PBS Member stations nationwide.
One tequila, two tequila, three tequila… more! For this week’s segment of “Informed” the production crew traveled to, you guessed it, Mexico to document how and why tequila is distilled with interviews from industry experts. The piece will be hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe, and will be distributed nationwide to PTV and PBS Member stations.
Nothing beats a long day of fishing and filming! This “Informed” segment highlights the economic importance of fishing, educating viewers on the full extent of this vital industry, well beyond coastal communities.
Informed, which is anchored by a veteran production team with decades of industry experience, is an award-winning program that highlights new stories and innovated concepts through ground breaking short-form and long-form documentary presentation. “Informed” is hosted by the inimitable Rob Lowe and distributed to PBS Member Stations through Public Television.
The caldera that resides beneath Yellowstone National Park has been a topic of interest for the American public in recent years. This peaked interest stems from an increase in seismic activity at the location, which could indicate the potential for volcanic activity to occur. The last eruption at Yellowstone occurred hundreds of thousands of years ago and seismologists have confirmed that the seismic activity occurring there is no indication of an eruption. The volcanic activity that has occurred here in the past is what has formed Yellowstone into what it is today. The caldera underneath the park is referred to by scientists as a super-volcano. An eruption from this super-volcano would be devastating for the planet as it would launch millions of tons of volcanic ash into the atmosphere, thus blocking a significant amount of sunlight to effect crop production. Top scientists in the field have made it very clear that there is no indication that the public should worry about an eruption from underneath Yellowstone. Some argue that the caldera is “due for an eruption” because it’s been hundreds of thousands of years since the last eruption. This amount of time is actually minuscule in terms of geologic and volcanic activity, reinforcing the fact that the caldera is not due to erupt.
“Informed” is an education series, hosted by Rob Lowe, that is distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations across the United States.
Cross country skiing is a popular recreational activity practiced by people throughout the world living in snow covered regions. Enthusiasts stretching from Scandinavia to parts of the United States and Canada practice this as a method of transportation and enjoyable activity. The act of cross country skiing goes back thousands of years, with evidence of it found in the Chinese mountains. The activity can be performed on various types of terrain ranging from mountainous, to flat, or even on trails specifically designed for it. There are two ways to propel oneself through the snow: using poles to push yourself along or moving side to side in a skating motion. As apposed to down hill skiing, the skier must use their own energy to propel themselves along.
Join the “Informed” team, along with host Rob Lowe, as they present this insightful look into the world of cross country skiing. “Informed” is distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations nationwide.
Residents living in the Caribbean and southeastern United States are all too familiar with the destructive power a hurricane can bring. Long time residents of these locations have learned the most efficient methods for preparing for the effects of the storm before and after it passes. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1-November 30, and in that time period the most active time is during the end of August and into the month of September. One of the most important things to do to be prepared during this time is to closely monitor the weather forecasts and keep oneself constantly informed. Buildings in these hurricane zones are built to high standards that allow them to withstand potential winds over 150mph. Often times the wisest option when a storm will be affecting your area is to heed the warnings of government, and evacuate to a safer location.
Living in what many people consider to be paradise, does come with its risks. Proper preparedness is the key to minimizing loss of life and property. Join Rob Lowe, host of “Informed”, as he interviews top scientists and meteorologists in this field to provide viewers with the best advice on being prepared for hurricanes.
With the prevalence of mobile devices, it is no surprise that children have access to more and more technology. Informed, with Host Rob Lowe, has developed a series on educational learning apps for children, which will be distributed to Public Television PBS member stations throughout the U.S. For more information, please review the article below on 2elearning.com.
Over the last decade since the release of the first smartphone, they have become an integral part of our lives. Modern smartphones allow users to stay more connected than ever. Not only do they allow us to access global information from anywhere, but they provide us with more options then ever before to stay connected to loved ones. Users now have the ability to send text messages, video messages, and live video conferences all from their phone. Smartphones have allowed social media to be available whenever we need it, which provides people with instant access to global events. This episode will also be looking at the negative side of this topic on how the smartphone revolution seems to have made people less social since we simply just need to use our phones to interact with people.
Stay tuned for the release of this episode from the “Informed” series, hosted by Rob Lowe. The information provided in this episode may have you looking at the smartphone revolution with a different point of view. “Informed” is filmed and provided for Public Television PBS Member stations.