Fox Newsgathering teams continually assess new hybrid and flex-fuel trucks for the fleet, in search of more fuel-efficient vehicles that meet the hauling needs of Newsgathering.
On June 30, 2008 Fox Networks Group will begin piloting an online payroll self-service website to allow employees to access and edit their payroll information anytime, anywhere. In addition to being safer and more convenient, self-service is also good for the environment: Once the program goes into full effect, FNG will save over 100,000 paper
Futurama, Twentieth Century Fox Television (TCFTV) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (TCFHE) are committed to reducing our impact on climate change. The Beast with a Billion Backs is the company’s second carbon-neutral DVD release. (Futurama: Bender’s Big Score was the company’s first-ever carbon neutral DVD and was awarded most environmentally friendly DVD of the
Sky Italia hosted former U.S. Vice President Al Gore in Rome to launch the Italian outpost of Current TV and to raise awareness of global environmental issues with the Italian public and media.
Twentieth Century Fox Television has partnered with Green Standards’ “Waste into Wonder” campaign, a program that takes used office furniture and IT supplies from companies and distributes it to schools in need around the world. Green Standards cleared FOX offices in Toronto of redundant corporate assets. The items included therein will be put to good
Twentieth Century Fox Television transformed its paper consumption habits by utilizing its Virtual Production Office (VPO), which is an online hub for Fox productions that facilitates the virtual sharing of scripts, schedules and calendars.ÃÂ The VPO not only saves paper, it also saves time and fuel use by eliminating hand-delivery of these documents.ÃÂ ÃÂ
Twentieth Century Fox Television website allows the viewing of casting sessions over the internet, eliminating need for tapes, DVD’s, transport, and paper.
The National Geographic Channel developed a portal for desktop screening of video content, thus reducing the need for DVD and VHS tapes.
The National Geographic Channel is investing in video-conferencing facilities to help reduce air travel.
The National Geographic Channel launched “Preserve Our Planet,” an on-air and consumer marketing initiative that includes upcoming programming (Six Degrees that Will Change the World, The human Footprint and Impossible: Planet Earth), a robust Web site and PSAs dedicated to empowering viewers and communities by informing them how their choices and activities can make a