The Aviators welcomes TV story ideas
Sept. 30, 2009 – Even though its North American television premiere is still a little less than 12 months away, the crew of The Aviators has certainly had a busy summer!
Sept. 30, 2009 – Even though its North American television premiere is still a little less than 12 months away, the crew of The Aviators has certainly had a busy summer! All in all 15 segments were shot for the show during the Cross Canada Century Flight, a visit to EAA’s AirVenture at Oshkosh, and the Waterloo Aviation Expo.
The segments include pieces about the U.S. Air Force, Airbus, Icon Aircraft, Cessna, Joe Balzer, the Tiger Moth, the Russian MiG-15, and Julie Clark. The Aviators will air on PBS in the Unites States, as well as on network television in Canada and in syndication overseas.
“The pilot episode is in the works as we speak,” said Anthony Nalli, the show’s Executive Producer. “John Lovelace and his post-production team should have it ready in a matter of weeks at which time we will release it to advertisers, broadcasters, and distributors.”
“Clips will also be placed on the gallery of our website at www.TheAviators.TV” added Nalli.
Work on the episode guide and spring shooting schedule is now in full swing and The Aviators is welcoming story ideas.
“Ideally, we’re looking for stories that can capture the interest of pilots across North America.” Nalli explains, “Stories broad enough to additionally attract non-pilot, aviation enthusiasts are even better!”
If you have an interesting aircraft, aviation business, destination, or story then The Aviators wants to hear from you! They can be reached by email at info@TheAviators.TV . For more information visit www.TheAviators.TV