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Redford: Sundance Channel Green

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Robert RedfordRobert Redford’s Sundance Channel will be introducing a new block to the mix in early 2007.

Consisting of three hours of hosted programming, SUNDANCE CHANNEL GREEN will present original series and documentary premieres about the earth’s ecology and concepts of “green” living that balance human needs with responsible environmental stewardship. With SUNDANCE CHANNEL GREEN, Sundance Channel becomes the first television network in the United States to establish a significant, regularly-scheduled programming destination dedicated entirely to the environment.

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