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Exclusive World Food Prize Live Coverage on IPTV
October 11, 2007
Television to Broadcast
World Food Prize Ceremony Live
Coverage of Laureate Ceremony Begins
Iowa)-- Iowa Public Television will provide
coverage of the 21st annual World Food Prize ceremony live
from the Iowa
capitol Thursday, October 18 at 7 p.m. The program, hosted by Lorenzo Sandoval,
will also be seen in high definition on IPTV-Digital channels across the state.
year’s $250,000 award honors Dr. Philip
E. Nelson of PurdueUniversity for his work
to develop technologies that have revolutionized the food industry,
particularly in the area of large-scale storage and transportations of fresh
fruit and vegetables using bulk aseptic food processing.
The World Food Prize was founded by Nobel Peace Prize
Laureate and Iowan Norman Borlaug.After
winning the Nobel Prize in 1970 for his achievements in agricultural research,
Borlaug envisioned a separate international award to recognize those who have
made significant contributions to improve the world's food supply.
World Food Prize 2007 will
be rebroadcast Sunday, October 21 at 1 p.m.
information about Iowa Public Television’s statewide broadcast of the ceremony,
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