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What Cheryl Strayed Can Teach Us

I recently had the honor and pleasure of hosting an onstage conversation with author Cheryl Strayed at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C. The ensuing evening resounded with rich and layered lessons, but here are three that have continued to reverberate within me ever since.

National Geographic Channel Orders 'Cold Water Gold', 'Rebuilding Noah's Arc' & 'Mankind From Space'

National Geographic Channels International (NGCI)’s London-based global content hub today announced greenlights for a new 10 part series and two new feature-length specials, all airing this April in over 170 countries and in 45 languages.

Jesus On TV: Hollywood's Hottest And Holiest Trend

12 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Need proof that biblical entertainment is Hollywood’s holiest trend? Then look no further than Morocco, where three TV projects — National Geographic Channel’s “Killing Jesus,” NBC’s “A.D. The Bible Continues” and CNN’s “Finding Jesus”...Show More Summary

Spectacular photo of a scuba diver swimming under a massive fish tornado

14 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

National Geographic's Your Shots features this spectacular picture of a scuba diver swimming under a massive shoal of fish at Cabo Pulmo, in Baja California peninsula, Mexico. The picture, shot by Californian photographer Jeff Hester, shows a colorful ocean full of life but that wasn't always the case: Read more...

Killing Jesus Breaks NatGeo Ratings Record With 3.7 MILLION VIEWERS

“Killing Jesus” broke all of NatGeo’s previous records on Sunday with 3.7 million viewers. FOX News Channel will repeat the special this Friday night and Sunday. Deadline.com reported: National Geographic Channel’s adaptation of Bill O’Reilly’s book Killing Jesus, nabbed 3.7 … Continue reading ?

O’Reilly Helps Break NatGeo Ratings Record — Again — with Killing Jesus

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

The Bill O'Reilly business has been very good for the National Geographic Channel. For the third time in just over two years, a movie on NatGeo based on a book by the Fox News host has broken ratings record for the network.

‘Killing Jesus’ Breaks NatGeo Ratings Record With 3.7 Million Viewers

Killing Jesus nabbed 3.7 million viewers across Sunday night — the biggest audience in National Geographic Channel history. The channel also noted the 8 PM premiere’s 1.0 rating in the adults 25-54 demo is the highest rating for that...Show More Summary

National Geographic Channel's 'Killing Jesus' Delivers Network-High 3.7 Million Viewers

ational Geographic Channel’s Sunday night premiere of KILLING JESUS — hailed by critics as “gritty and moving,” “beautifully subtle,” “compelling” and “thoughtful” — set record rating

Howard T. Owens Teams With David McKillop To Launch Indie Production Company Backed By A+E Networks

Former National Geographic Channels president Howard T. Owens is going back to independent TV production with the launch of Propagate Content, a company set to create, develop, produce and distribute programming for cable, broadcast, and digital. Show More Summary

'Killing Jesus' Director Talks 'Muscular' Messiah and 'Ethnic Look' of National Geographic Channel Movie

The director of National Geographic Channel's upcoming "Killing Jesus" movie says audiences will not be getting the standard issue "wimpy" Jesus, but instead a "muscular" messiah who is every bit as human as the people who made him famous.

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Travel News: USA Today has 5 Hacks To Take Advantage Of Life On The Road. Thrillist writes about The World’s Top 10 Nude Beaches. National Geographic tells us Why Conservation Tourism Matters. US News has a slideshow with 7 Hotel Traditions That Add Spunk To Your Stay. Show More Summary

Underground Tunnels Lead to Byzantine City Found in Turkey

[Photo by Murat Kaya/Getty] Underground tunnels recently discovered by construction crews in Turkey have led to the discovery of an ancient underground city. National Geographic has reported this week that underground tunnels located...Show More Summary

Rare color photos of 1928 England, full of soul and spunk

A policeman directs buses in the intersection of Trafalgar Square, London. Image: Clifton R. Adams/National Geographic Creative/Corbis In the late 1920s and early 1930s National Geographic sent photographer Clifton R. Adams to England...Show More Summary

'Killing Jesus' Creators on Why They Chose Not to Film in Israel

"Killling Jesus," a miniseries based on the life and death of Jesus Christ will debut on the National Geographic channel on Sunday March 29 and it was mostly filmed in Morocco.

Trajan’s Column up close and in stop-motion

National Geographic has devised some sort of doomsday mind reading device only instead of using it to enslave humanity like the rest of us would, they’ve chosen to hone in on one of my fondest dreams and make it come true: a proper close look at the helical relief that wraps itself around Trajan’s Column. [...]

Temporal approach sets the tone in 'Killing Jesus'

Like its predecessors "Killing Lincoln" and "Killing Kennedy," "Killing Jesus," from the book by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard, has become a National Geographic Channel TV movie. It premieres Sunday, surely not by coincidence a week before Easter.

‘Going Clear,’ ‘Killing Jesus’ and the enduring mysteries of faith

Lead us not into temptation, but at least allow me the devilish pleasure of scrutinizing HBO’s documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” alongside National Geographic Channel’s dramatic passion play “Killing Jesus.”Read full article >>

Why Conservation Tourism Matters

National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Dereck and Beverly Joubert have spent the past three decades captivating audiences with their rare footage and photographs of Africa's big cats. Now, they’re taking aim at a different kind of challenge: conservation tourism.

Bill O'Reilly Explains Why He Cast a Muslim Actor for the Role of Jesus in 'Killing Jesus'

Bill O'Reilly, host of the Fox News program "The O'Reilly Factor," spoke briefly at the premiere of the new National Geographic mini-series "Killing Jesus," which is based on his best-selling book, and talked about his controversial decision to cast a Muslim actor for role of Jesus in the film.

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