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Satellite Feed for Global Television & Web Education Series, Highlights Feature Stories for New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center

NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--"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 Wednesday January 28th from 11:00 – 11:20 AM EST, featuring New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center - Advancements in Nuclear Cardiology...Feature Stories for The Global Learning Series and The Global Girls and Women Project.

New York Presbyterian and Advancements in Nuclear Cardiology…1 Minute, will also air nationally on Fox Business Network 3 times during Primetime on Thursday, January 29, 2015 and Friday, January 30, 2015, please check for airing times on our website(www.thegloballearningseries.tv), Wednesday and Thursday, 1/28 and 1/29.

Previews for Feed and Fox News Business Airings; The Global Learning Series Homepage, and You Tube links for these feature stories and 1 minute:

New York Presbyterian and Advancements in Nuclear Cardiology…Feature Story for The Global Learning Series
http://youtu.be/OHKV-dVClsw

New York Presbyterian and Advancements in Nuclear Cardiology…Feature Story for The Global Girls and Women Project
http://youtu.be/_trRC0FNNBM

New York Presbyterian and Advancements in Nuclear Cardiology…1 Minute
http://youtu.be/PlwS94BgNH8

The Global Learning Series Homepage
http://www.thegloballearningseries.tv/

The Global Learning Series You Tube Channel
http://www.youtube.com/user/globallearningseries

Satellite Information for Stations Accepting Feed

Space: GA23 08C Slot A
D/L Freq: 3,846.50 V
FEC: 3/4
SR: 7.2
Enc: MPEG4 420
Mod: DVBS2 8PSK
Format: 1080i/59.94

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.

This education project was made possible with the support of GE Healthcare.

About New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
For additional information about New York Presbyterian Hospital, visit http://www.nyp.org/facilities/columbia.html or http://www.nyp.org/services/cardiology/diagnostic-techniques.html

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(www.globalandmainstreet.com), Facebook, Twitter and You Tube.

"The Global Learning Series" program is not affiliated with PBS.


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About “The Global Learning Series”

“The Global Learning Series” is education-focused, issue-oriented and non-commercial programming, independently produced by GTS Education Inc. and distributed directly to public television stations throughout the United States and globally to VOA Television. “The Global Learning Series” strictly follows the standards and practices of public television and is distributed freely to public television stations nationwide. “The Global Learning Series” program is not affiliated with PBS. For program information, contact: info@thegloballearningseries.tv.


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Source: 1/27/2015 Enhanced Online News


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