LLU, LLUMC launch new broadcast program
The monthly show will premiere on Monday, July 2, at 4:00 p.m. on LLBN.
“Loma Linda 360°” is a new broadcast show that takes viewers straight to the action of Loma Linda University and LLU Medical Center. Join Loma Linda University chancellor Richard Hart, MD, DrPH, and the “Loma Linda 360°” correspondents as they guide you through stories of challenge and hope, reflecting the institution’s mission to make man whole.
“Loma Linda is so full of incredible stories that it is time we share them with the world,” says Dr. Hart. “Our public affairs staff have created ‘Loma Linda 360°’ for that very purpose. This newsmagazine will tell the experiences and activities of our faculty, staff, students, and patients from around the world. Join with us as we celebrate these fascinating individuals who are making such a difference in the world.”
The premiere show takes viewers to the country of Malawi where Operation Good Samaritan, an international outreach program of the division of plastic surgery, provided health care services. Next, meet seniors who are staying active at Drayson Center. And, learn how they aren’t the only ones in great shape. And last, the Fifth Annual PossAbilities Triathlon celebrated all walks of life, skill, and physical ability.
The monthly show will air on Loma Linda Broadcasting Network (LLBN). It will premiere the first Monday of every month and repeat three times that same week:
Monday—4:00 p.m. pst
Tuesday—5:00 a.m. pst
Wednesday—10:00 p.m. pst
Friday—10:00 a.m. pst
It will also air the second Saturday of every month at 2:00 p.m. pst.
To watch the show on your television, visit <www.llbn.tv> to learn how to get a satellite featuring LLBN and other Christian channels. LLBN has satellite coverage on every inhabited continent on the globe, reaching millions of people. Loma Linda residents can simply turn to channel 17 on their television.
To watch the show on the Internet, visit the website of “Loma Linda 360°” at www.llu.edu/360
. Or, watch it on LLBN’s website during the show’s scheduled air times at <www. llbn.tv>.
You may also obtain a DVD of the show for only $5 for shipping and handling fees. Contact Loma Linda 360° by e-mailing <360@ llu.edu> or by calling (909) 558-4526.
For more information, visit www.llu.edu/360
“Loma Linda 360°" is produced by the office of University relations.
By Patricia Thio