By: Lisa Cicala | Comments Off on Introducing Strata, a New Monthly Archaeological Program | View: 2005
Produced by 501(c)(3) nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute, Strata: Portraits of Humanity is a program unlike any other available on TV today. Strata is a fresh monthly showcase for unique, captivating, and diverse stories about cultural heritage from an archaeological perspective. Program segments are seen for the most part only in this show, which is delivered consistently on the 15th of each month. Some segments are produced by ALI and the rest are acquired from our dozens of producer and distributor partners around the world. Stories come from across the globe, ranging from the United States to Canada, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and many other locations. An endless supply of fresh content is in the pipeline.
Strata is the direct descendant of the Video News from TAC, which ALI launched in October 2010, and over the span of four years presented 106 program segments on highly varied topics in 16 US states and territories, 27 other countries, and two heavenly bodies (the Earth and the Moon). Since its launch, Strata has presented 25 program segments on 13 countries and 7 US states. Strata now is carried on 35 stations all across the US, including Comcast On Demand in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and California. To find if it is available in your area, see the station list at http://bit.ly/1NpnzYD. To access the show on Comcast cable, find the Get Local area in the On Demand menu and search “Strata.”
Strata is currently looking to expand the show’s audience and find sponsors to help support it. A prospective sponsor pitch is online.
2016 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship Deadline: Feb 1, 2016