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The Top Beaches In The World, According To National Geographic

9 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Beaches come in all sorts of shapes and sizes beyond the typical Caribbean postcard. As such, National Geographic’s new list of the Top 21 Beaches in the World includes a diverse mix of shorelines around the globe, from those picture-perfect Caribbean numbers to a black-sand beauty in Iceland to a shell-covered spot on the Austral coast. Show More Summary

Patton Oswalt Has Ideas for What to do Instead of Watching The Inauguration

16 hours agoNews : Mediaite

'Leave your TV tuned to a channel like Turner Classic Movies or National Geographic or any channel that will have zero inaugural coverage.'

National Geographic reveals world’s 21 best beaches

National Geographic has compiled a list of the best beaches in the world and includes unspoilt relaxing spots, dramatic coastlines as well as places perfect to explore the diverse marine wildlife.

One Man Has Spent More Than 40 Years Living Alone and Recording Snow Fall Data in Colorado

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A man named billy barr has spent more than 40 years living alone and recording snow fall data in Gothic, Colorado. In a short film featured in National Geographic‘s Short Film Showcase, barr discusses his life and the trends he’s witnessed in the declining snowpack. Welcome to Gothic, Colorado—one of the coldest places in the […]

James Cameron and Nat Geo Explore the Myth of Atlantis — and Come Up With Something

A new documentary airing later this month on National Geographic Channel set out to investigate any possible truth behind the myth of the lost city of Atlantis, and while the people behind the program may or may not have solved...

CS Interview: Discovering The Story of God with Morgan Freeman

The National Geographic Channel series just launched its second season The post CS Interview: Discovering The Story of God with Morgan Freeman appeared first on

Nat Geo: Obama’s ‘Hope’ Thwarted by Tea Party ‘Extremists,’ ‘Violent Republican Opposition’

Sunday night, National Geographic Channel played a two hour special on President Obama called “The Price of Hope.” What was the “price” of “hope” exactly? Apparently Obama not getting his way 100% of the time because of those evil Tea...Show More Summary

(I Must Learn To Accept The Painful Truth Over My Opinions) Francophone Nations In Africa Return To The Feeding Trough That The French Colonizer Has Setout For Their Nutrition Source Today - IGNORING The Damning Expose Regarding The FRENCH Motivations For

The Only Solace Is That Per My Research And Monitoring Of Events I Learned The Name Of A Particular Geographic Region: SAHEL THE 'FRENCH-AFRICA SUMMIT 2017' KICKS OFF.............IN MALI, WEST AFRICA WHEN YOU COME BEARING 'BREAD' --------...Show More Summary

National Geographic Is Developing a How to Survive a Plague Miniseries

According to Deadline, National Geographic is currently developing David France's How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS into a scripted miniseries. Based on the journalist and filmmaker's 2016 tome, a companion piece to his 2012 documentary of the same name, Nat Geo's ... More »

Katie Couric Brings The ‘Gender Revolution’ To TCA

Katie Couric dives into the ever-evolving topic of gender in the upcoming National Geographic documentary Gender Revolution: A Journey With Katie Couric. “The personal stories are what makes this documentary,” she said, adding that the docu explores not only individuals but also the science behind gender identity. Show More Summary

National Geographic's Gender Revolution Breaks Down What Gender Means in the 21st Century

"It used to be so simple," Katie Couric says in National Geographic Channel's documentary Gender Revolution: A Journey with Kaite Couric, "you were either a boy or you were a girl. But that was then. And this is now." As the trailer shows, the documentary takes on what gender means in 2017 -- and... Read More > Other Links From Katie Couric

‘How To Survive A Plague’ Miniseries In Works By National Geographic -TCA

National Geographic is developing How To Survive A Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS, as a scripted miniseries, with Scott Rudin as executive producer. The project was announced today during Nat Geo’s presentation...Show More Summary

‘Mars’ Event Series Renewed For Season 2 By National Geographic – TCA

National Geographic has given the green light to a second season of Mars, its global event series executive produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard. The pickup was announced today during the network’s presentation at TCA. The first season...Show More Summary

National Geographic Infographics, the book

Infographics devolved a bit in recent years, but there was a time the term wasn’t immediately associated with content marketing. (And there is still plenty of good infographic work that… Tags: book, National Geographic

I was just like the ‘trans’ 9-year-old in National Geographic. Now I know it’s pure fantasy

National Geographic’s cover photo is exploitation. The health and well-being of a child are being sacrificed to advance a political and cultural crusade.

Why ‘National Geographic’ put a trans girl on its cover

last weekLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Inside the magazine, there are portraits of 80 9-year-olds from 8 different countries.

Kodak is bringing back Ektachrome film

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Kodak's Ektachrome film, developed in the 1940s, was a favorite of National Geographic photographers. But digital cameras flatlined the sales and it was discontinued in 2012. A revived interest in film cameras has prompted Kodak to revive the beloved 35mm film. Show More Summary

Cypress Hill Is Blowing Up NatGeo's Instagram

Cypress Hill loves badass animals, big puffs of steam, and snowscapes. I know this for a fact because for the last few months, I’ve been following the group’s Instagram as well as National Geographic’s. It was only a couple of days after following the Cypress Hill account that I noticed the group was basically liking… Read more...

ABC’s David Muir Swoons for President Obama Snorkeling with Sea Turtles

ABC’s World News Tonight closed out the show Monday evening with a spotlight on President Barack Obama snorkeling off the coast of Hawaii for the National Geographic Channel. Anchor David Muir could barely contain his joy as he led into his report. Show More Summary

‘Genius’ Trailer: Geoffrey Rush Is Albert Einstein in the Ron Howard-Produced Series

If you’re going to cast someone as brilliant as Albert Einstein, Geoffrey Rush, an actor who exudes intelligence and wisdom, isn’t a bad choice. Rush stars in National Geographic’s first scripted series, Genius. The anthology drama will depict world’s greatest innovators, and season one starts with the legendary Noble Prize-winning physicist. Show More Summary

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