Back from the West Coast, the production crew for “Informed” will be reviewing footage this week for an upcoming segment documenting updates in the golf ball industry. Specifically; the dimples on golf balls and how they affect the flight path, drag, and aerodynamics. See how specialists are examining laminar flow and turbulent flow in this series hosted by Rob Lowe. It is set to air on PBS member stations early in the Spring.
When was the last time you looked at the ingredient label on your food? Would you by any chance happen to know what a tocopherol is? Why are we seeing this ingredient more and more on the labels of healthy food items when it sounds… synthetic? These questions and more will be addressed in the latest piece of “Informed” hosted by world-renowned actor, Rob Lowe. This piece will air on PBS Member stations across America in the Winter.
Do you struggle to come up with healthy lunch options for your kids to take to school, camp or the park? This is addressed on camera in the latest series of “Informed” hosted by world re-known actor, Rob Lowe. The pieces will air on PBS member stations nationwide next year.
In the next segment of “Informed” with Rob Lowe, credit unions will be taking center stage. These are perhaps the most under-appreciated financial institutions that are consumer-friendly. The membership growth of credit unions grew by 3.6 percent in 2016 according to the Credit Union National Association estimates. Currently, there are more than 7,000 credit unions in the United States of America. Unlike other financial institutions, credit unions operate on the simple principle of cooperatives. Its members are the major investors hence any profit realized through loan interests are shared among the members.
The profits realized through credit unions are solely used to enhance the financial lives of its members. Most people tend to confuse credit unions with other financial institutions such as banks. Although they offer the same services as banks, there is a clear distinction between the two when it comes to the manner in which credit unions are managed. Some of the loan products offered by these institutions include home equity loans, vehicle loans, credit cards, and mortgages. Some of the credit unions also offer health savings accounts.
The credit unions are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) which is a government-backed agency. For you to become a member of a credit union, you will be required to initiate an initial deposit ranging from $5 to $50 with your preferred credit union. Catch up the next episode of the “Informed” with Rob Lowe for more information on credit unions.
Back from London, the production crew for “Informed” gathered footage for an upcoming segment featuring the highest ranked destination proposal locations. The piece will be hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe, and will debut to PTV and PBS Member stations later this month.
Rob Lowe, a famous comic and actor, have dedicated his time and effort to educate people on various things in the society. He has a platform at the “Informed” series which allows him to talk to so many people in the society. In the upcoming episode, he will be talking about Genome Sequencing and DNA.
It is hard to understand the genetics of a person or any living thing. Over the years, scientists have dedicated their time and effort to understand how genes work to direct the development, growth, and maintenance of an organism. However, genes account for a tiny percentage in the genome, and that is why it is essential to understand the entire genome sequence.
Rob Lowe will talk about DNA and Genome sequencing, and so, you will be able to understand the entire genome even those outside the genes. Make sure you join Rob Lowe in this segment to know how various things in the body function.
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Learn about the economic and sustainable advantages to hydroponic gardening in the latest segment of “Informed” hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe. This piece will feature interviews from farmers, grocers, and customers and will discuss the multitude of benefits that hydroponic gardening brings to our plates and our wallets. The piece will air next month and will be distributed to PBS Member stations nationwide.
Witnessed this beautiful sunset while filming a new segment supporting the fishing ecosystem in a way that retains its intrinsic integrity and reduces the possible extinction of some species.
Informed is an award-winning program that highlights new stories and innovated concepts through ground breaking short-form and long-form documentary presentation. The program, which is anchored by a veteran production team with decades of industry experience, is able to effectively communicate the most critical stories to a wide and diverse audience. “Informed” is hosted by the inimitable Rob Lowe. Distributing episodes such as this with PBS Member Stations through Public Television is the number one way “Informed” educates America’s viewing public.
The first instance of dark dining occurred in Paris in 1997, and was setup by Michel Reilhac with the name “Le gout du noir”. It wasn’t until 1999 that the first permanent dark dining restaurant was established in Zurich, Switzerland. Dark dining consists of a meal where the patrons are in complete darkness and can’t see anything that they are eating. The idea behind this unique experience is that without the visual component of the meal, other senses will be heightened and increase gastronomic pleasure. Most dark dining restaurants are set up in such a way that there is absolutely no light allowed, even from cell phones or cameras, while others simply blindfold the patrons prior to the beginning of the meal. In many cases restaurants will employ blind or visually impaired servers because they have the skills to function well without sight.
Dark dining is an experience that has gained popularity on a global scale since its start 20 years ago. “Informed”, a series distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations, is hosted by Rob Lowe.
Public transportation is a vital part of what makes a major city thrive and prosper. In an effort to keep small city streets clear of traffic most large cities employ a large system of public transportation to allow commuters to navigate the busy streets. The majority of cities employ a system of underground and above ground train systems in an effort to remove as much congestion from roads as possible. Public transportation, such as high speed trains, is also utilized to connect major cities to one another. One problem that public transportation faces is getting the proper funding to maintain the systems. Many cities have older transportation systems that don’t have the proper funds to keep them maintained properly. The use of a public system of transportation also saves commuters who travel long distances a significant amount of money over time.
This episode from “Informed” will be coming to a Public Television PBS Member station available to you within the coming weeks.