Bob Sitrick

I spent the afternoon and evening on the Catamaran that will serve as the dive platform and at-sea studio last night. Now I am no stranger to expedition ships and have spent months at sea on other programs. That said, the conditions here were some of the toughest I have seen and gave me a…

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It has been a very long but very productive day. Both at the studio and on the boat we had enough good weather and good luck to work most of the major kinks out that had been keeping some up at night. The transmission path from ship to shore is stable and they achieved many…

Wildlife

Any time you try to pull off a project as ambitious as this one there are going to be problems – especially when boats and the ocean are involved. Even without that part, going into a remote area of a foreign country and trying to build a full-fledged live production studio is an enormous challenge….

Wildlife

I don’t usually give my blogs names but this one deserves a title, “Admiration.” I am feeling a huge amount of admiration for everyone involved in “Shark Attack Experiment Live” and want to share. First, I have a huge amount of admiration for any Network with the courage to undertake such a difficult and risky…

Wildlife

Bob Sitrick is a 30-year TV production and operations veteran who’s produced countless live television and online events. Bob will be our eyes and ears in the field all week long, reporting in real-time from South Africa on Shark Attack Experiment: LIVE – a two-hour special event on Nat Geo WILD airing live this Friday,…

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