NEW YORK--()--“The Global Learning Series,” the storied, education-focused web, cable and public television distributed program, will be offering a North American and Caribbean satellite feed on Tuesday March 12th from 11:00 – 11:20 AM EDT, featuring Nissan/LEAF - The world’s first mass market 100% electric vehicle, Seton Hall University - The first institution of higher learning in the U.S. to use Windows 8 Tablet PC’s, Short Bowel Support - Understanding the role of the digestive system in Short Bowel Syndrome.
Previews for Feed; The Global Learning Series Homepage, Blog and You Tube link for these stories:
Seton Hall University
Nissan/LEAF Feature Story The Global Learning Series
Short Bowel Support Feature Story The Global Learning Series
The Global Learning Series Homepage
The Global Learning Series Blog
The Global Learning Series You Tube Channel
Satellite Information for Stations Accepting Feed–
|Satellite name: Galaxy 23|
|Downlink Freq: 3900|
|Downlink POL: Vertical|
|FEC Rate: 3/4|
|Symbol Rate: 27.684|
|Virtual Channel: 114|
GALAXY 23 @ 121W ° (Coverage Zone)
Signal: Not Encrypted
Galaxy 23 reaches the North American Cable Market, and feeds over 3,000 cable head-end antennas, offering access to an estimated 90% penetration of digital cable stations and networks in North America.
Stations are advised to access parameters before the feed, as technical assistance (Technical Operation Center: 310.845.3800), will not be available during the feed.
About Seton Hall University
For additional information about Seton Hall University, visit www.shu.edu/go/mobile
About Nissan North America
For additional information about Nissan North America, visit www.nissanusa.com/leaf-electric-car
About Short Bowel Support
For additional information about Short Bowel Support, visit www.shortbowelsupport.com
About “The Global Learning Series”
The education program and integrated full service global education pollinator. Our global mission empowers people, organizations, countries…to fall in love with education and our guests’ messaging, innovation, passion. View our stories on www.thegloballearningseries.tv and follow us on our blog globalandmainstreet.com, Facebook, Twitter and You Tube.
“The Global Learning Series” program is not affiliated with PBS.