We have a double-header for you this week involving the Iowa Journal.
Mark Pearson hosts this discussion. There were also features done by IPTV producers that look at certain points of the movie. Those will be used to help our discussion along during the nearly 50 minute roundtable. Those features will likely post here on our Iowa Journal website sometime Thursday or Friday.
Craig Lang, president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and Neil Hamilton, director of the Agricultural Law Center at Drake University are on the panel. This discussion was a good one to allow some rebuttal and credits to the film.
What are your thoughts about our discussion? About Food, Inc? Share them here or email us IowaJournal@IPTV.org. We’ve heard from many of you already, so please keep your comments coming.
The Food, Inc movie airs Wednesday at 8 PM on IPTV. The discussion will take place around 940p on Wednesday. This will be available on .1 and our .3 service Friday night at 6p. The discussion will also be made available on our website here.
But that’s not all folks….
The green topic is a popular one this week in several media outlets. We’ve looked at several environmental issues on The Iowa Journal.
Our show will feature many looks around the state at green living, lifestyles and habits. TIJ airs at the regular 8 PM timeslot Thursday and 630 PM on Friday.
The official release is below.
Living Green in Iowa
On the Thursday, April 22 edition
of The Iowa Journal
(Johnston, Iowa) –Thursday’s episode of The Iowa Journal will look at several ways Iowans are living green. This program airs Thursday, April 22 at 8 p.m. It will be rebroadcast Friday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. on statewide Iowa Public Television and Saturday, April 24 at 8:30 a.m. on IPTV WORLD. It will also be available online at iptv.org/iowajournal.
This edition looks back at several of The Iowa Journal stories produced over the previous two years that illustrate how many Iowans are embracing a more environmentally friendly lifestyle. Featured segments will explore:
how one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.
two Iowa colleges that competed to save the most energy.
information on using sustainable cleaning products to help detoxify the home environment.
a Western Iowa community that learned to preserve Iowa’s natural heritage while living in it.
For more information about The Iowa Journal, visit http://www.iptv.org/iowajournal or call (515) 242-3146. For information on how to watch IPTV WORLD in your area, visit Iptv.org.