World News 1 TV
World News TV 1 are 3 minute video news blogs seen here with Jenn Conner and Heather Loser. They concern technology, the web, economy, the environment, current trends and more. Fun videos with excellent photos and graphics edited by C1N
In Boulder, protesters gather at the Valmont power plant known as the “pollution boat” to call for a cleaner form of power with Gas Powered Electricity also know as Killer Coal. In media news, printed media is still on the downfall and devices like the ipad, kindle and other e-book readers are starting to shine in the publishing market. Pakistan has been giving an ultimatum to root out Taliban, on that note South Park has had to cut back on racial slurs due to terrorist threats against the writers and Heather heads heads off to Washington D.C. to bring us world news.
A 15 year old hacks into the pentagon, Boulder allows some 62 businesses to sell medical marijuana, president Obama plans to cut carbon emissions in the years to come, Switzerland tries to fight terrorism, H1N1 Swine flu vaccines run dry, more banks close, the rich get richer but it is the holiday season so lets all hope good ole Saint Nick makes it through another year in these tough times.
The US Coast gets hit with a new oil spill, Arizona gets breached by more immigrants from Mexico. Economist Nouriel Rabini (Dr. Doom) reports that there is still doom in our near future. In space news, NASA secretly launches its X-37 spy shuttle in hopes to find terrorists and begin the domination of space wars! Also college students are still partying like it’s 1999 more than 10 years later and here in Boulder it’s the Memorial Day Boulder Creek Festival and the 3rd year for us at Boulder Channel 1 to host a Live TV booth there come down and check it out if you get a chance.
Danica Patrick storms the competition and takes over the racing world which was until recently a sport dominated by men. The predictions for what’s to come in future of earth technology wise, To no surprise our world climate is suffering and famine still devastates Ethiopia years after the Live Aid efforts and too no surprise, oil prices are on the rise again, especially in the eastern countries where the demand is the highest. All in this Channel 1 News with Heather Loser.
Osama Bin Laden demands an American goods boycott saying America causes global warming. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi funeral is held, Jann Scott starts a My Life in Boulder 365 Day blog and Apple release yet another item to the technology world the iPad, is it going to be a success or will it be referred to as a women’s menstrual applicator. Only time will tell on this episode of 22 Boom.
E-books start to take popularity and help the environment. MIT engineers create robotic swimming fish and how things are going so far the credit crisis may shape our generations to come.
According to a study more deaths are attributed to using cell phones while driving, google forecasts world destruction, in Boulder the city council nominees whine more, and all across the country pan handling has skyrocketed and some states are considering only allowing it if you obtain a license. Hot job markets are teachers, lawyers, accounts and software engineers, but globally more people are dying of starvation.
In Washington D.C. the government is deciding to give themselves the power to control the Internet in event of a Cyber Security Emergency. In a relating story Boulder businessman George Hunt has produced a book and variety of videos going after the people behind the New World Order Conspiracies titled The Big Bad Bank. In Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for his Democratic opponents to be arrested. In Boulder the city council elections are also underway with main issues of poverty rights and free speech. In Tokyo the H1N1 Virus is on the rise. In economics the Newspaper sales are plummeting. Bill Gates plays god and works with scientists to help prevent natural disasters by cooling the polar caps.
Heather Loser hosts Channel 1 News from in front of our U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. and speaks to us about the news and technology from where else… Washington D.C., plus more news that matters from around the globe.
Computer users and web designers revolt against old Internet junk that’s holding down the advancement of a better tomorrow, also coffee shops are taking a toll because too many people sit around on laptops without much in return. Also a touch on fashion, environment and here at home in Boulder the city folk are building around the mountains and too close for comfort.