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What is Current? Launched on August 1, 2005, Current is the first TV network created by, for and with young adults. Founded by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, the network enlists its viewers to become creative partners, making it the first television network in history whose programming is supplied in part by the very audience who watches it. Current’s award-winning content adopts what has made the Internet the medium of choice for young adults—audience participation and engagement. Rather than a traditional network with primetime shows and “appointment television,”Current offers short-form programming, the TV equivalent of an iPod shuffle. Its short-form, nonfiction videos, called “pods,” are only a few minutes long, and explore the people, places, happenings and hot-button issues of interest to young adults. The programming covers subjects rarely found on TV, and in a voice young adults recognize—their own. Where Can I Watch it? Headquartered in San Francisco, with a studio in Los Angeles, Current is broadcast into 38 million homes in the U.S. via DirecTV (channel 366 nationwide), Comcast(channel 107 nation- wide), Dish Network ( Channel 196 nationwide) and Time Warner Cable. In addition, “Current on Demand,” a video-on-demand version of the network’s highlight programming, is available to Time Warner customers in Los Angeles, and DirecTV’s “Universal Choice” package offers the network in hotels and universities across the country. Current will expand to the UK and Ireland in 2007 on BSky B, to an additional 8.2 million homes. /p>




DISEASES OF THE BLOOD VESSELS & THE PERICARDIUM
PACEMAKERS AND DEFIBRILLATORS
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY CATHETERS
THE CONDUCTION SYSTEM
RESTORING CORONARY BLOOD FLOW
CORONARY ARTERIES
THE VALVES
HEART TRANSPLANTS
THE MYOCARDIUM (HEART MUSCLE): THE STRUCTURE & THE CELLS OF HEART MUSCLE
THE HEART MUSCLE