Saturdays at 5:30pm ET, and Sundays at 9:00am & 1:30pm ET
Read the press release below.
energyNOW! Launches Nationwide on Bloomberg Television
Show Dedicated to America’s Energy Challenges Now In 67 Million Households
Washington, D.C. – energyNOW! today announced it will begin airing in all major American media markets on Bloomberg Television, starting this weekend. The show will run on Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. ET, and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. ET. Local listing information is available at www.bloomberg.com/tv/channel-finder.
The new airtimes augment energyNOW!’s existing Sunday 11:00 a.m. time slot in the Washington, D.C., market on WJLA-ABC7. A full episode archive is available at www.energynow.com/episodes.
“Never before has a television news magazine been dedicated to the crucial issues of energy and the environment,” said Stewart Kasloff, Senior Executive Producer. “Our national launch follows less than six months after our first episode aired, and empowers millions more Americans to get involved in this critical debate.”
energyNOW! examines America’s energy challenges, and what we’re doing about them. The show reports on the biggest energy and environment stories of our time: dependence on foreign oil, the future of electric power generation, the clean tech revolution, and energy efficiency. Since its October launch, the show has covered events like the Cancun climate summit, Middle East turmoil’s effect on energy markets, and the natural gas “fracking” controversy – as they’ve happened.
The editorially independent, 30-minute show features stories from around the world, and in-depth debates between influential newsmakers on the most urgent energy and environmental stories.
“Energy and climate stories of every sort are best told through the eyes of the passionate. We introduce you to them wherever we find them – in business, science, politics and advocacy,” said Eric Roston, Executive Editor. “These people have dedicated their lives to tackling the complex issues that will determine America’s energy future – which is the same as America’s future.”
energyNOW! is an independently produced news program not connected with Bloomberg Television or Bloomberg News. It is produced by Energy Now, LLC independently and free from editorial control by its parent company and principal underwriter, the American Clean Skies Foundation, and adheres to the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics. The show’s charter is online at www.energynow.com/about.