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Scuba Diving TV

Discussion in 'Research and Development' started by boblanning, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. JMdiver

    JMdiver Divemaster

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    I loved Sea Hunt & Flipper as a kid & Flipper is what got me interested in diving. I always wished I was Bud, I still do.
     
  2. JMdiver

    JMdiver Divemaster

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    Could you tell me what channel your show is on & when.
     
  3. JMdiver

    JMdiver Divemaster

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    I'm new here & not sure how to reply to the one person & not the group. Anyway I'm interested in your show could you please tell me what channel your show is on & when.
    Thank you
    JMdiver
     
  4. headhunter

    headhunter Renaissance Diver ScubaBoard Supporter

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    If you click on someone's user name at the top left corner of their post, you'll get a drop down menu that will allow you to sent them a Private Message (PM).

    Hope that helps.

    Welcome to the board! :happywave

    Christian
     
  5. NJDevil

    NJDevil Angel Fish

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    Yes as long as your coverage is not just abroad like carribean islands. There is a lot of people who get into scuba who would love to hear about local diving from lakes, rivers, streams etc in their own back yards. Not everyone can get away for a long trip.
     
  6. Zero

    Zero Nassau Grouper

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    Sounds like an excellent idea! I'll second the global perspective with injections of local diving in the US and Canada. Even with hockey & lacrosse, many Canadian bubble makers would watch some poor soul doing an ice dive with kids playing hockey overhead.

    In addition, a segment on accident analysis would be good way to keep the community informed while improving the knowledge base.
     
  7. Land Locked

    Land Locked Solo Diver

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    OMG!! Please, there is such a NEED out there for a good diving show!
    Please produce and distribute on a widely available channel, my cable
    company dropped OLN! Time for dish I guess.
     
  8. MB104

    MB104 Barracuda

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    This would be great! I always look for diving related shows, but they are few and very far in between. I know a really good underwater videographer, who has lots and lots of quality video that has already been professionally edited. He is also the owner of a local dive shop, and does lots of diving, from NJ wrecks to Ice diving, the St. Lawrence Seaway, to the warm waters around the world. His stuff is always riveting to watch. The only problem would be that now I would have a reason to sit on my butt and watch tv. Go for it!
     
  9. SubMariner

    SubMariner C'est Moi ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Moved from Introductions & Greets forum.
     
  10. ScubaTexan

    ScubaTexan ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I just noticed on NBC's Fall Preview, there will be a new show called Surface that will have some diving in it. It looks kinda Sci-Fi, actually. Does anyone know anything about this?
     

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