Colorado State University to be Featured on "Green Magazine TV," for their Energy Efficiency

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WDCC is proud to announce the addition of Colorado State University as a key feature on "Green Magazine TV." A new television series featuring some of the most energy efficient organizations in the world.

Worldwide Digital Communications Corp., the producers of Green Magazine TV is a new television series featuring ecology and energy conscious companies and organizations. This series will showcase some of the newest and greenest technologies being utilized and is scheduled to air on the Discovery Channel.

Green Magazine TV is hosted by Tristan Rogers, well known for his work in tv and film, as well as an avid supporter of the environment. For more information on Tristan Rogers please visit his website at

For years, the Colorado State University campus has emphasized sustainability in everything from energy efficient lighting to recycling used cooking oil from residence hall cafeterias to make biodiesel fuel, and for the past six years, CSU has been in the top 10 in Recyclemania, the nationwide recycling challenge that more than 5 higher education institutions entered, but the university's sustainability commitment is much more than a campus commitment to light bulbs and recycling. Sustainability is a key component in how the school goes about its land grant mission of teaching, research and service to the community. CSU's recently established School of Global Environmental Sustainability is an umbrella organization that encompasses all environmental education and research at the university.

For more information on "Green Magazine TV," visit

About Worldwide Digital Communications Corp.
Digital Communications Corp. (WDCC) is an independent television production company that produces unique programming for niche markets. Culinary, Current Issues, Healthcare and New Technology are just some of the industries that are included in our line-up. Show's currently in production are "Green Magazine TV, Profiles in Innovation and Health on the Edge."


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