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Digital_Man/Digital_World

Digital_Man/Digital_World

Digital_Man/Digital_World tells the story of Ken Olsen, who, in 1957, founded Digital Equipment Corporation with 75,000 of venture capital. It was a time when computers were inaccessible to most businesses and to nearly all individuals. Olsen and Digital changed all of that - making computers smaller, less expensive, and more accessible. His innovative approach to both computers and business revolutionized the industry. Over the next 35 years, Digital grew to 14 billion in annual revenues and globally employed 140,000 employees.

$30.00DVD
Doing Virtuous Business

Doing Virtuous Business

Doing Virtuous Business takes a modern look at ancient virtues once studied by Aristotle and many of the great minds in spiritual history, and then examines how these deeply respected concepts and beliefs are practiced within a modern business environment.

This one-hour program explores how these virtues, when put into practice, can reshape priorities, elevate organizational vision and mission, and strengthen economic and social parameters.

Doing Virtuous Business features inspirational business success stories, and includes unprecedented access to many of the most successful and influential entrepreneurs and chief executives throughout the world.

This program is based upon the best-selling book, Spiritual Enterprise, by Theodore Roosevelt Malloch, Chairman and CEO of The Roosevelt Group and Research Professor at Yale University.

Doing Virtuous Business is made possible by grants from the John Templeton Foundation, Lilly Endowment, Inc., the Ecophilos Foundation, and the Ford Foundation.

$20.00DVD
East Treats West

East Treats West

China is often seen as a land in cultural conflict with itself, as millennia of ancient practices meet head-on with life in the 21st century. Nowhere is this more apparent than the multi-faceted area of medical practice. Today the Indiana University School of Medicine works closely with Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China, exchanging knowledge, students, and teachers.

$20.00DVD
Festival of Friends: An Offering of Four Quaker Voices

Festival of Friends: An Offering of Four Quaker Voices

"Festival of Friends" presents four nationally-known artists-singer/songwriter Carrie Newcomer, and authors J. Brent Bill, Philip Gulley, and Scott Russell Sanders for a delightful evening of story, song, essay, and humor, inspired by the rich Quaker tradition of finding the wondrous and sacred within the ordinary and everyday. The sold-out performance, part of the 2006 Spirit and Place Festival, received rave reviews. This hour-long program produced by WFYI Television presents highlights from the performance.

$20.00DVD
First In, Last Out: A History of Fighting Fire in Indianapolis

First In, Last Out: A History of Fighting Fire in Indianapolis

First In, Last Out: A History of Fighting Fire in Indianapolis tells the history of Indianapolis Fire Department and gives the public a glimpse inside the life of current firefighters.

The Indianapolis Fire Department was founded from humble beginnings as a small collection of concerned citizens over 150 years ago. Since that time, the profession has evolved. In an era of rapid technological innovation and 21st century threats, the job description of these professionals demands a drastically different set of skills. Despite these changes, traditions hold strong. They continue to live, work, celebrate and mourn as a family.

$20.00DVD
For Gold and Glory

For Gold and Glory

Retraces a little-known chapter in American sports history: the heritage of the Gold and Glory Sweepstakes, an auto racing circuit for African-American drivers and mechanics, set against a backdrop of racial unrest in America during the 1920s and '30s.

$20.00DVD
Forests at Work: An Indiana Expeditions Special

Forests at Work: An Indiana Expeditions Special

On this Indiana Expeditions special, Forests At Work, Rick Crosslin investigates the way our forests are managed in Indiana. Partnering with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources' Division of Forestry, we take a look at the science behind our abundant renewable product, the tree. From the lab to the field, we see how a seedling with certain genetic traits can turn into a tree farm full of superior hardwood trees. We follow foresters into the Indiana woodlands to learn about management practices and how these practices are helping Indiana make a great forest recovery from the days of over harvesting. We learn that there are plenty of things we can do as citizens to help keep our trees around for decades to come. Whether it be an Urban Forest in the middle of a city or a protected state forest, the science of forestry keeps the trees we depend on for the very air we breathe growing in the Indiana landscape we admire every day. Join the expedition to see our Indiana Forests At Work.

$10.00DVD
Full circle: The Life and Times of Edgar Whitcomb

Full circle: The Life and Times of Edgar Whitcomb

From his dramatic escape out of the Philippines during World War II to abandoning politics for the thrills of sailing solo around the world, Edgar Whitcomb, Indiana’s 43rd governor, is an explorer with an independence that makes him a truly unconventional and unique Hoosier.

$20.00DVD
Gametime is Showtime: Indy's Super Bowl Legacy Pt. III

Gametime is Showtime: Indy's Super Bowl Legacy Pt. III

Indianapolis' 2012 Super Bowl effort heads down the home stretch. Host Derwin Smiley shows you how the pace is ramping up for both the Host Committee and volunteers alike. Downtown streets come alive with elaborate venues for out-of-state visitors and 46 murals for Super Bowl 46 dot the urban landscape. The Super Bowl reaches out to young people on the Near Eastside through the Viewfinder Project and our student journalists from Tech High School show us the "Theatre of Inclusion." See these and many more projects on Gametime is Showtime.

$20.00DVD
Good as Gold: The 2006 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis

Good as Gold: The 2006 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis

Fierce competition. Amazing drama. Strength of character. Sound like something you’d witness at a sports arena, the Olympics perhaps? No, this is the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. Every four years, the focus of the violin world turns to the Circle City, drawing young, vibrant musicians to one of the most prestigious competitions of its kind.

$20.00DVD