Unless you have satellite DirectTV or DISH network or live in Southern/Central California and have cable TV there, you may not be aware of Link TV, but much of Link’s quality programming is also available on the Internet at LinkTV.org.
They have over 5,000 video segments or full programs, available for high-quality streaming. Some videos are also available through on-line distribution platforms such as YouTube, iTunes, Hulu, and The Huffington Post, but they may be dated, so check out LinkTV’s Facebook page for current content if you don’t have access on satellite TV.
LinkTV has five sections:
Link TV is “an independent national network providing diverse perspectives on world and national issues, without censorship or commercials. Now available in one out of four US homes. Link TV broadcasts a compelling mix of documentaries, global and national news, the music of diverse cultures and innovative participatory programs promoting citizen action. We provide a unique platform for civic dialogue and engagement on the issues of our day. Most of Link TV’s programs have never been broadcast on American television.”
KCETLink Media Group is a national independent public media organization formed by the merger between Southern California PBS station KCET and Link Media and is a viewer-supported 501c(3) organization.
Check it out.