The latest segment to come from the “Informed” series, hosted by Rob Lowe, will be a look into the world of Animal Rescue and those people that dedicate their lives to ensuring the safety of animals. It is estimated that there are 70 million stray animals living in the United States, and even worse is that only an estimated 3,500 make it into shelters to be adopted. Those people that dedicate their lives to rescuing and caring for these animals are a special group of people that give all they have to ensure the safety of these animals. “Informed” will be airing this episode in the weeks to come and will be providing it to Public Television PBS Member stations.
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This segment will be focusing on the broad scope of education, specifically the topic of green education and how preserving our environment is spreading beyond education in colleges and universities. Elementary and middle schools are integrating aspects of green living such as recycling, clean energy, and growing one’s own vegetables at home. Young students are being taught how the ecosystem is made up of many parts and connects into a life cycle. They’re learning the origins of the food they eat and the way in which everything in nature is connected. Providing students with a hands-on learning experience will provide for stronger retention of the information.
Introducing students to green initiatives at a young age seems to be creating new dialogue between them and the rest of their family. Students are bringing home the lessons they’re learning on recycling, composting, and clean energy and engaging with their parents to start working towards a cleaner planet. The feedback from the parents has been encouraging and supportive to continue the education on living a green life.
Learning about and living a green lifestyle is one of the most important topics in our society today. Tune into this episode from “Informed”, with your host Rob Lowe, an educational series distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations.
This advanced level of marketing is designed with the intent of providing businesses at any level with data driven marketing campaigns that utilize demographic analysis to form targeted advertising campaigns. With the advent of countless new technologies emerging, there are entirely new fields of advertising and marketing coming about. The most prominent areas where this is happening are in the areas of curating emails and most notably, social media. Social media has become one of the most successful ways for any sized business to advertise. Billions of people use social media across the globe, so the most effective way to reach the largest amount of people is to make sure your business comes across their social media.
Rob Lowe will host the “Informed” series, who will meet with experts in the field of marketing to present to viewers the most up to date methods that businesses are using to advertise to the greatest amount of people. “Informed” is an educational series focused on bringing the most relevant topics affecting society today to viewers and accomplishes this by being distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations.
Travel by High Speed train is one of the most efficient modes of modern day travel, allowing passengers to travel great distances in short amounts of time. “Informed”, with host Rob Lowe, will be bringing a piece on High Speed Train travel to the American viewing public. Although not nearly as common in the United States as it is in Europe or Asia, high speed trains are slowly starting to make their way into the transportation system of America. Be sure to tune in for this latest episode from “Informed”, distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations.
Finding it hard to muster up the energy and courage to get into a workout routine? Tune into the latest episode from the “Informed” series, hosted by Rob Lowe, to learn about the best Exercise Applications for your smartphone to help get you motivated to get out there and exercise. “Informed” is provided to Public Television PBS Member Stations.
Mobile applications have dominated the scene since the smart phone and device revolution that began in the mid 2,000’s. There is an application for almost anything you can think of from tracking your sleep patterns to providing a daily horoscope. Most users would find it hard to get through a day without their applications because they make daily life so much simpler and more pleasurable. Life before applications is almost incomprehensible now, especially for the younger generations that were born into the digital world. The question now becomes how do you integrate the resourcefulness of mobile applications into a business tool that will help a company grow and improve the overall business structure of the company? The right mobile application could literally mean the difference between the success of a company or its failure.
Tune into Public Television PBS Member stations, which the “Informed” series is distributed to, to get an inside look into the industry of Mobile Applications for Businesses. Rob Lowe will be your guide into this relatively new industry.
Rob Lowe has brought his talent and experience from the big screen to the small screen as the host of the educational series, “Informed”. This educational series takes a look at the topics that affect modern society the most, from healthcare to technology.
Although craft brewing has had notable popularity in many other countries, it has really exploded in the United States within the last 15 years. The next phase in the craft distilling market is for the art of craft liquor distilling to explode into the market. In the last two years 1,500 craft distillers broke into the market, also known as the craft spirits movement, and have grown by leaps and bounds since. The craft distillers have thrived because they have given their customers what they want: providing locally made liquors that can only be produced on a limited scale with no mass production. The American Craft Spirits Association (ACSA) actually has a rule set in place that forbids craft distillers from being controlled openly by a large supplier.
Tune into this latest episode for a look into the growing market of craft liquor distillers and the experts behind the movement. Rob Lowe hosts this latest episode from “Informed”, distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations.
The advancements being made in the field of neuroscience are the reason that we are experiencing a point in human history where almost anything is possible. The benefits of advances in neuroscience have a wide range that span from drugs designed to ease painful memories and drugs designed to prevent diseases from even occurring that were once incurable.
One of the most profound advancements is the development of a portable brain scanner, which allows patients to move around instead of having to remain perfectly still while 3D images are taken of their brain. Physicians are able to use software which enables them to create 3D models of the brain that lead to better diagnoses and much better treatment. Current stem cell technology is allowing physicians to properly identify molecular differences between healthy cells and diseased cells. This identification provides the physicians with the ability to target the treatment needed for a variety of neurological diseases.
“Informed” will be bringing an exciting new episode on American Manufacturing and the continued efforts by both public and private sectors to revitalize it. For the past 30 years, globalization and automation have caused many of America’s blue collar jobs to be lost to other countries and in some cases even become redundant. Both major political platforms continue to talk about protecting what is left of these jobs and even talk about bringing some of those jobs back. The episode will explore the realities of the manufacturing sector and what can be done to save it.
Rob Lowe is an American icon with a stellar list of credits. His unique presence brings to life this amazing series, told through interviews and research by a talented team of independent journalist and researchers.
“Informed” is produced independently of both APT and PBS, but is made especially for public television.