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About the NEKTON MISSION FIRST DESCENT
4,391 broadcast packages aired about the Mission in 140 nations – broadcasters who ran multiple packages included CGTN, CCTV, Sky News, ITN, Al Jazeera, ABC, CTV (Canada(, France TV, Press TV, Sun TV (India), RT (Russia), Euronews (in 13 languages), ABC Australia, POLSAT, DW (Germany)
37 programming packages: produced and distributed by AP Horizon (Environment strand) about the Mission for AP clients. 30 hours live subsea broadcasting distributed by Associated Press (Official News Agency Partner). AP reach two-thirds of the world. More information about the broadcasters reach in image below. First Descent Live: carried by 49 broadcasters (incl. ABC, CCTV, Al Jazeera, ITN, Euronews) on 760 occasions in 24hours. First live submersible documentary series & newscast – ‘Deep Ocean Live’ - 9 hours of live prime-time television broadcast on Sky News and Sky Atlantic (Official Programming Partner). Sky reach 110million people in 140 countries.
First live submersible 2-ways interviews with broadcasters globally including ABC’s flagship show, Good Morning America (4.5million viewers) and CGTN. First Live Subsea Presidential Address: President of Seychelles, distributed globally by AP - related video aired 991 times and became the top news story globally.
Tier 1 Media: Print & Digital: incl. Time, Washington Post, Times of India, Mail, Japan Times, Guardian, Times (UK), New York Times. View summary of features published on digital. Digital Media: reaching half a million people per day across a coordinated network of Nekton and partner channels.
Submarine Live (STEM Education) – hundreds of thousands of young people engaged including 10,000 in 16 countries directly participating in 5 days of live links to scientists and technicians on board the Mothership.
“Half of the world saw coverage of the Mission” - Sandy MacIntyre, VP, Associated Press