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Watch the Independence LED manufacturing process above. This video is a 3 minute highlight of the longer 6 minute profile on How It’s Made.

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Made in America LED Tubes from Independence LED Lighting featured on Science Channel’s How It’s Made TV Show

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For Reference: The Topic is “LED Tubes” and the show segment is on Season 27 Episode 4

Greater Philadelphia, PA, May 23, 2016 –  Independence LED Lighting announced that Science Channel will profile the company’s Made in America LED tubes on its celebrated How It’s Made television show. The U.S. market broadcast is scheduled for Monday June 6 at 9 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Each half hour program typically includes three different manufactured products. In addition to LED Tubes, the episode also includes chocolate peanut butter bars, and robotic medication dispensers.

“As a viewer and a fan of the How It’s Made TV show, I was pleased that Science Channel chose to profile our line of energy saving LED tubes. We applaud the leadership team at Discovery and the Science Channel for inspiring people with the process of manufacturing and next-generation technology.” – Charlie Szoradi, CEO Independence LED.

Beyond the initial broadcast, Science Channel airs multiple repeat broadcast “reruns” of How It’s Made episodes. To confirm the U.S. broadcast date and time as well as future reruns, see the Science Channel TV Schedule page:

Independence LED Lighting ( is an award-winning U.S. manufacturer of commercial LED tubes and fixtures as well as a turn-key lighting solutions provider for building owners and managers. The company provides reliable, cost-effective, and industry leading 10 year warranty LED lights from its Pennsylvania production facilities. In addition to LED tubes, the company manufactures LED retrofit kits, LED troffers, LED strip fixtures, LED stairwell fixtures, LED pendant lights, LED vapor tight fixtures, LED troffers, LED high bay fixtures, LED grow lights, and more. and Tel:  484-588-5401

How It’s Made  ( is a documentary television series that premiered on January 6, 2001 on the Discovery Channel in Canada, and Science in the United States. The program is produced in the Canadian province of Quebec by MAJ Productions, Inc. ( The show airs in multiple countries around the world through the growing Science Channel, which is owned by Discovery Communications, Inc.

Discovery Communications, Inc. ( is an American global mass media and entertainment company based in Silver Spring, Maryland. The company started as a single channel in 1985, The Discovery Channel. The non-fiction programming is offered through DCI’s more than 50 network entertainment brands, including Discovery Channel, TLC, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, Science Channel, Velocity, American Heroes Channel, Discovery Family, Discovery Life and a family of digital channels. NASDAQ: DISCA

How It’s Made Show Statistics:

Total Number of Shows and Subject Profiles: According to the How It’s Made producers, the show has included profiles of 1,560 manufacturing subjects to date. That number is based on 13 episodes per season that each cover 4 subjects for a total of 52 subjects per season. Each year, How It’s Made has 2 seasons. Since 2001, the show is now on season 30, so 52 x 30 seasons = 1,560 different subjects to date.

Profiles on LED Lighting: How It’s Made does not repeat subject profiles, and Independence LED Lighting is the first coverage of LED lighting for buildings.

Manufacturing around the World:  The How It’s Made producers research and travel around the world identifying and documenting the most appropriate subject matter.  Approximately 50% of the profiles are done in the U.S. with 25% in Europe. The European sources often include France, England, Italy, Germany, and Switzerland. The remaining 25% of the profiles are from different places around the world.

International Audience: International versions of Science Channel currently exist in South East Asia, Europe, India, Canada, Latin America and Australia. Unlike the U.S. service, the international channels are branded under the Discovery Science name.