There will be a program about ARMENIA on CNN called “On the Road“. It’s going to air on Saturday March 28, 2015
· West Coast 5:30-6:00pm
· East Coast 8:30-9:00pm
· Central Time 7:30 – 8:00 pm
Broadcast premiere of “DIGGING INTO THE FUTURE” on select PBS stations in April 2015
Digging into the Future – Armenia will premiere on select PBS stations in April as part of the commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
Hosted by Joseph Rosendo, Digging Into The Future is produced by the Emmy-winning team behind the PBS series, Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope®. Joseph joins archaeologists from UCLA’s Cotsen Institute of Archaeology on a journey through Armenia. During this archeological adventure Joseph crisscrosses Armenia to ancient sites where some of the world’s oldest artifacts have been discovered. Every site offers viewers insights into how the Armenians of the distant and near past lived – and what is discovered about the past
serves the present. In keeping with the show’s focus on cultural connections, Joseph meets modern-day Armenians in roadside fruit stands, riverside wine stalls, bustling markets and is welcomed into their homes to witness traditional artisans at work and join in religious and communal celebrations that inspire, enlighten and reveal the Armenian heart and soul. While this documentary encompasses more than the Armenian Genocide, it is covered in the show and illustrates the resiliency of the Armenian people.
Broadcast Dates Include:
New York – WNYE / NYC Life Los Angeles – KVCR
Sunday, April 19, 7:30pm Thursday, April 16, 8pm
Friday, April 24, 1am Friday, April 17, 5pm
San Francisco / Bay Area – KQED Boston – WGBH/Channel 2
Sunday, April 19, 6pm KQED Sunday, April 19, 11:30am
Saturday, April 25, 4pm KQED WORLD
Saturday, April 25, 6pm KQED PLUS
Chicago – WYCC
Monday, April 6, 9pm
Tuesday, April 7, 2am
Travelscope, LLC thanks UCLA’s Cotsen Institute of Archaeology for its academic advice and coordination onthe production. Local broadcasts are made possible in part by The Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) and The Kazanjian Foundation.
A high resolution image is available here – http://travelscope.net/images/uploads/multi-media/noravank.jpg