Global Connections Television Honored

Global Connections Television (GCTV, in international competition, in2010 won the bronze Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation -UNCA Global Prize.

Global Connections Television was selected because several program interviews focused on sustainable development and climate change. Bill Miller, creator and moderator of GCTV, said, "The main goal of Global Connections Television, a privately funded internationally-oriented talk show, is to help American and worldwide audiences understand how international issues impact their lives. Climate change is probably the most important international issue since all 7 billion people on the Earth may be adversely affected by it."

UNCA, the United Nations Correspondents Association, is the professional association of journalists that covers the UN. The Prince Albert Foundation's main goal is to protect the environment and promote sustainable development.

Global Connections Television, the only talk show of its type in the world, has featured a wide-range of guests ranging from leaders at the UN to the private sector to academics to non-governmental organizations. A few examples of the hundreds of guests include: UN Deputy Secretary General Asha-Rose Migiro; Dr. Jane Goodall, UN Messenger of Peace; UN Under Secretaries General Kiyo Akasaka, Sergio Duarte and Lynn Pascoe; Peter Yarrow (of "Peter, Paul and Mary"), Nick Clooney; Past Rotary International President Frank Devlyn; Past Lions International President Al Brandel; Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland and past UN High Commissioner for Human Rights; Ishmael Beah, boy soldier from Sierra Leone; and John Whitehead, former US Deputy Secretary of State.

Global Connections TV programs may be viewed at <,; as well as on <>;, NYC Media, UN Television, Channels 150and 228 in New York and several other local venues.

Bill Miller is also an anchor for South-South News (, and is the accredited UN correspondent for the Washington International (