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National broadcast of Isaacson lecture

December 2, 2003 :: Chris Cook, ISC Networking & Telecommunications

The Penn Video Network unit of ISC Networking and Telecommunications is delighted to announce an upcoming nationwide broadcast of the recent School of Arts & Sciences' Walter Isaacson lecture. Isaacson, president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, spoke to a Penn audience September 9 about his latest book, "Benjamin Franklin: An American Life."

The broadcast premiere of this program can be seen here on campus by tuning into ResearchChannel (PVN channel 25) on December 7 at 4am, 10am, 4pm, and 10pm.

Links for the live webcast of ResearchChannel, broadcast at the times listed above, can be found at:

www.researchchannel.org/webcast/

Users need Windows Media player to view streams; free versions of the player software can be downloaded from links found at the page listed above. The archived stream of the Isaacson program is available from ResearchChannel at:

www.researchchannel.org/program/displayevent.asp?rid=2012

This video was produced on behalf of the School of Arts and Sciences by Penn Video Network. Penn is a participating member of ResearchChannel, a consortium of research universities and corporate research divisions dedicated to broadening the access to and appreciation of our individual and collective activities, ideas, and opportunities in basic and applied research. ResearchChannel reaches over 17 million television households throughout the U.S. on the DISH Network and cable television systems.

 



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