By all accounts, DCTV is the first television station on Earth to start regular broadcasting of atmospheric CO2 data on a daily basis.
Read about DCTV’s pioneering role in the broadcast of CO2 data:
DCTV: The First CO2 Data Broadcast on Earth
The DCTV community television station serves the Four Corners area of the United States – the point where four states converge – Utah, Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico. DCTV is based in Delores County, Colorado.
CO2Now.org is pleased to support DCTV broadcasts as producer of the atmospheric CO2 displays used daily in the station's broadcasts since January 2011. Below is a sample CO2 display previously used in a DCTV broadcast.
Sample CO2 Display for TV (March 10 2015)
Produced by CO2Now with NOAA-ESRL data and broadcast by DCTV
To enquire about starting a broadcast of global climate data for your local TV station, contact CO2Now.org by phone or email.
phone: +1-250-884-6760 (Canada)
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