“Informed”, with Rob Lowe, will spotlight custom instrument design

“Informed”, with Rob Lowe, will spotlight custom instrument design

Television viewers who enjoy intelligent programming will be pleased to learn that the latest episode of “Informed” is ready for airing. The production staff consists of expert writers, directors and videographers. This award winning educational series features host Rob Lowe introducing the piece that will be talking with leaders in various important industries.

The objective is to inform the general public of the latest innovations affecting society. For example, if like most people, you are unaware of the many changes being made in custom instrument design, the subject of this episode. “Informed” will explore the way experts are making instrument design much more dynamic in some cases.

Though educational, “Informed” has a down-to earth tone that keeps audiences attentive. No prior knowledge of instrument design is necessary for you to understand the discussions in this show.

If interested in being a part of the series, contact producers at http://www.informedseries.com/.

Fear Inducing Travel Companies

The “Informed” series with Rob Lowe takes a look into the benefits of adrenaline and the hormone epinephrine that is released when the body is stressed. The crew with “Informed” interviewed travel companies that induce fear from adventure that not only boosts your brain’s performance, but also gives new meaning to your life.

New platforms for ride-sharing technology are featured on “Informed” with Rob Lowe

New platforms for ride-sharing technology are featured on “Informed” with Rob Lowe

In a compelling and informative “Informed” segment with Rob Lowe, the new platforms that are available for ride-sharing technology are to be featured and explored in depth. Rob Lowe’s charismatic persona will be on display as the viewer is treated to an in-depth and fully-explored look at what goes into ride-sharing.

The companies that are primarily star players in the ride-sharing business are Uber and Lyft. Despite their massive success, some people are still in the dark as to how these ride-sharing services work.  The ingenious part about these ride-sharing platforms is that there’s no physical inventory for Uber or Lyft to have. They simply provide the infrastructure for the core of the business, which is the driver and the passenger. A fleet of cars is not necessary for either of these platforms. They operate with the knowledge that their drivers already have an eligible vehicle ready. From there, a rating system factors in to make sure that only the best drivers are out on the road. It’s not enough to have drivers, these ride-sharing platforms want the best of the best drivers. For example, if you review an Uber driver with anything short of a five-star review, Uber will ask you what was wrong with the service.

The program is developed for Public Television and PBS member stations, but is independently produced.