We are excited to announce the launch of AGU TV at American Geophysical Union’s 2017 Fall Meeting in New Orleans on 11-15 December. AGU TV brings a new element to the meeting by providing a platform to highlight the latest research and emerging trends within the fields of Earth and space science and engage people in these issues beyond the meeting.
Through a partnership with international film and broadcasting company, WebsEdge, AGU TV will produce daily episodes throughout the five days of the conference. Each episode will feature:
- Conference News: During Fall Meeting, AGU TV will film interviews, capture session highlights and hear attendee insights and reactions from around the conference.
- In-Depth Reports: Five-minute pre-recorded documentary-style films from universities, institutions, and organizations highlighting programs, case studies and ongoing initiatives that are making a difference.
During the Fall Meeting, AGU TV episodes will be shown on screens around the convention center, as well as on dedicated TV channels in selected hotels. We will also make the program content available on the Fall Meeting website, on YouTube, as well as other social media channels.
In the lead up to the 2017 Fall Meeting, WebsEdge will be reaching out to organizations to discuss the opportunity of producing a film about their work to be included in the AGU TV program.