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New documentary series INFODEMIC: Global Conversations on Science and Misinformation dives into the costs of science misappropriation and denialism and offers solutions to the challenges that science faces on a global level. INFODEMIC features top science experts from around the world, including young Sudanese climate journalist and activist Lina Yassin (Climate Tracker), American author and philosopher of science Lee McIntyre (author of Post-Truth, The Scientific Attitude, How to Talk to a Science Denier, Newsweek cover story “The Earth Is Round”), Italian journalist/TV personality Massimo Polidoro (creator of YouTube’s Stranger Stories), and Brazilian microbiologist Natália Pasternak (founder of Question of Science Institute). INFODEMIC will premiere the first three Sundays in May beginning Sun., May 2 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on Link TV (DirecTV 375 and Dish Network 9410) and will air on select PBS stations nationwide this summer. Repackaged digital episodes will be available for streaming in the U.S. simultaneously with the broadcast at linktv.org/infodemic, while streaming will be made available for international viewers the following day at www.youtube.com/aspeninstitute.

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 New documentary series INFODEMIC explores global science denial and misinformation.
New documentary series INFODEMIC explores global science denial and misinformation.
 New documentary series INFODEMIC explores global science denial and misinformation.
New documentary series INFODEMIC explores global science denial and misinformation.
New documentary series INFODEMIC explores global science denial and misinformation.
New documentary series INFODEMIC explores global science denial and misinformation.

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