Green TV goes Naked

Online environmental channel Green TV launched Naked News this month, a weekly current affairs show that promises to "take a sideways look" at green stories.

Cowper: presents Naked News
Cowper: presents Naked News

Presenter Verity Cowper said: "The environment is prominent in the media, and we tackle some really quite mad and alternative items."

The three-minute show can be viewed online, on MySpace TV in the UK or as a video podcast downloaded free from iTunes.

Digital agency Large Blue launched Green TV in 2006, in partnership with several voluntary organisations, including the RSPB and Greenpeace.

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