ECONEWS Television Series
ECONEWS, a project produced by Educational Communications, is a three-time EMMY-nominated television series that covers all environmental issues. ECONEWS currently airs on over 50 cable stations (governmental, educational, and public access channels) in more than 20 states reaching 19 million homes weekly.
Each show is aired approximately 225 times over a four-year period due to multiple plays and reruns. Special documentaries air on the PBS satellite, and selected shows are available on YouTube and various organizations’ websites.
ECONEWS is provided free of charge to television stations via a distribution network of DVDs. Since 1984, each ECONEWS show has been hosted by internationally-acclaimed environmentalist, Nancy Pearlman, who introduces and closes each program and serves as executive producer. Many volunteers and interns have contributed to the creation of more than 550 shows produced to date; if interested, call for details at (310) 559-9160. A comprehensive catalog with highlights is available on request and can also be found in the bi-monthly The Compendium Newsletter.
Current Titles: http://www.ecoprojects.org/news1.htm
Current Stations and Distributions Outlets: http://www.ecoprojects.org/tvout.htm
Internet Videos at : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzv6ensQNKDbw9Q0OwTzInA/videos
Air Our Shows Free of Charge: Please submit the following form: http://www.ecoprojects.org/signup.pdf
Copies of ECONEWS shows can be acquired for a ten dollar donation to cover duplication and mailing costs. Your tax-deductible contributions to our non-profit organization, Educational Communications, enable us to produce and distribute these shows.
Stock footage on environmental issues, ecosystems, and wildlife is available.
Have an idea for a show or documentary? We welcome your thoughts and involvement! Please feel free to reach us at ECNP@aol.com or (310) 559-9160.
Internship and Volunteer Opportunities can be found at www.ecoprojects.org/opportunities.htm.
Educational Communications Home Page (www.ecoprojects.org)