2019 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice

Friday November 8, 2019 18:00-21:00 ET
On Friday November 8, 2019 from 18:00 ET until 21:00 ET, Democracy Now! will broadcast a live 3-hour special from the 2019 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice.

Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman will co-moderate the forum. Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, Tom Steyer, Marianne Williamson and other presidential candidates will take part in the forum at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg.

For more information about the program, visit https://www.democracynow.org/live/watch_2019_presidential_forum_on_environmental


This event will be an uninterrupted Live broadcast from 18:00-21:00 ET

Promotional Materials:


The program is available to all TV & Radio stations via the
following distribution platforms:

TV C-Band:
Galaxy 16C 23 upper (this special only)
Uplink Frequency : 6394.00 V
Downlink Frequency : 4169.00 H
FEC : 3/4
Data Rate : 18.295441
Symbol Rate : 13.235
Bandwidth : 18.00
MPEG : MPEG-2 4:2:0 NTSC
Modulaton : DVB-S
Modulaton Std : QPSK
Pilot On : No

As the above is different from our normal C-Band, we will conduct a test window:
11:00-11:15 ET 11/8/2019

Available live–SD06 only

FSTV DISH Network 9415
Available live

Available live with subsequent file transfer from Content Depot:
Listed as:
Democracy Now! Special Programming: 2019 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice live broadcast from SCSU 11/8/19 6-9pm EST

Pacifica KU

Live audio stream

Audio & video downloads available. Special programming files will not be posted to the broadcaster XML. Availability times are estimates only and will be updated in the event of delays.

UPDATE: 11/8 Special Broadcast available 11/9 02:00 ET
SD MPEG-2: http://mpeg.democracynow.org/specials/dn2019-1108-pfcj.mpeg
SD H.264: http://mpeg.democracynow.org/specials/dn2019-1108-pfcj.mp4
HD H.264: http://mpeg.democracynow.org/specials/dn2019-1108-pfcj-hd.mp4
MP3 Audio: http://distro.democracynow.org/specials/dn2019-1108-pfcj-1.mp3

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