Viewers to share pictures and videos of areas in their cities that need to be cleaned up
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | August 4, 2014
India is facing an increasing environment and health challenge on account of lack of a reliable public waste and accumulating garbage and dirt across major cities. A sustainable solution for this increasing menace is the need of the hour. It is against this background that CNN-IBN has launched its ‘Clean Up India’ campaign.
The channel has always been a thought leader and is credited with introducing various public service campaigns in the past. The current campaign is in line with this legacy. As the nation gears up to celebrate its 68th Independence Day, CNN-IBN is asking citizens to join the fight to keep the nation clean.
The campaign will provide viewers with a platform to identify the areas in their cities that are eyesores and unhygienic due to filth and garbage. They will be invited to share this information with the channel in the form of pictures, videos and messages along with their suggestions and ideas to tackle this issue. The channel will not only bring this to the notice of the concerned authorities and will try to catalyse necessary action.
The programming details are as follows:
The initiative will culminate with a special one-hour show on the eve of Independence Day, where a panel of experts and policymakers will discuss and share their insights on how to tackle this issue.
To know more about ‘Clean Up India’ initiative, tune into CNN-IBN from Monday, August 4till August 15.
To upload videos & pictures and share your views visit: http://cj.ibnlive.in.com/cleanupindia/