Insights with host Hugh Downs Invites the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology as Advisor

Boca Raton, FL (PressExposure) August 08, 2009 -- /1888PressRelease/ Insights have extended an invitation to the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology to produce content for a nation-wide series on agricultural science and technology.

Dr. John Bonner, CEO for the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology, said, “CAST is excited to help advise the Insights staff on agricultural topics for this new series. Consumers and experts alike will benefit from this information.”

The Insights’ Executive Producer said, “CAST continues to build a reputation and visibility on Capitol Hill and with policymakers within many agencies of the federal government. Their expertise is unmatched in their industry, and they are a model group to be advisors on the series.” The senior producer of the series said, “We look forward to working with them because their expertise not only exists in their executive committees, but in and through their member societies and associations that will equally aid the program with their insight and direction.”

About The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology: The mission of The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) today continues to embrace the idea that all agriculture-related scientific societies will work in harmony to address agricultural subjects of broad public concern. Topics are identified that are particularly relevant and important to our society. Furthermore, the efforts of task forces not only clarify issues and concerns, but also assimilate the most accurate information available on the subject. CAST continues to contribute in a very positive way to a better society.

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The Insights series is distributed to Public TV through a national distributor and highlights the best and most compelling educational stories. Each segment is hosted by America’s most well-known anchor, Mr. Hugh Downs.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 07, 2009 at 7:49 am
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