[olug] Very OT: SCOLA Open House (Y'all Invited)
Thomas D. Williamson
twilliam at inebraska.com
Wed Dec 6 16:29:59 UTC 2006
I'll catch the German and French broadcasts in the evenings. I can
follow enough German to generally make sense of the broadcast. The
French news segments have English subtitles which makes them easy to
follow. The different perspectives are refreshing from the wholly
American view and lets me see how our actions are seen abroad.
Although during the prime time, the broadcast is more directed to
medical information mostly originating from UNMC.
Quoting Will Langford <unfies at gmail.com>:
> I'll watch SCOLA from time to time on ... cox ... channel.... 6 ? 4 ?
> Something like that. It's not entirely all just local news casts...
> sometimes you'll get technology shows or similar (ie: once, a 'german' time
> slot was a 30ish minute german car tech show about the auto-parking or
> auto-driving car stuff about a month before commercials aired here about
> It's kinda cool to see the politics, mannerisms and such of other countries
> (having lived abroad its kinda refreshing). I do recall watching some south
> american news thing that gave 5-10min to a returning doctor from Katrina.
> That was narly. Also kinda cool to see Putin and stuff in the Russian stuff.
> Basically, if you're tired of the dribble on G4, the reruns on adultswim,
> etc, give it a watch, its different. You'll have to get beyond the language
> barrier... which some people can't do.
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