Knowledge Identifier: &National_Geographic_Channel
Category: Business (17)
Founded in 1997.
Countries: United States (56%), United Kingdom (6%), (6%)
Linked to: DirecTV, Dish Network, American Broadcasting Company, Vietnam Multimedia Corporation
Al Jazeera - In the 2000s, the network was praised by the Index on Censorship for circumventing censorship and contributing to the free exchange of information in the Arab world, and by the Webby Awards, who nominated it as one of the five best news web sites, along with BBC News, National Geographic and The Smoking Gun
Abul Fateh - These events were chronicled in a 2003 National Geographic Channel television documentary, "Running for Freedom
Steve Bisley - In July 2003, he presented a season of television documentaries on the National Geographic Channel
Chernobyl disaster - An excerpt of the evacuation announcement was translated into English in the program "Seconds From Disaster" on the National Geographic Channel in 2004
International Intelligence Limited - In November of 2004 the company was feature on the National Geographic Channel discussing their work in discovering and weeding out hidden recording devices used by competitors to cut in on their rivals' corporate decisions and tactics
Ray Liotta - In 2005, he narrated "Inside the Mafia" for the National Geographic Channel
Lisa Ling - " In 2005, the show moved to the National Geographic Channel and returned to its original name, "National Geographic Explorer"
Public Architecture - Emmy Award-winning documentarian Anna Fitch conceived of the project, and filmed the entire process for a documentary film that aired on the National Geographic Channel in September 2006
In Albania, this channel has been available since 2007 on Digitalb platform; which is the biggest HD channel broadcaster in eastern Europe and Balkans with 14 HD channels
Steven Tyler - Steven Tyler's throat surgery was featured in 2007 on an episode of the National Geographic Channel series, "Incredible Human Machine"
Thurston Moore - Since 2008, Moore has provided narration for a variety of documentaries on the National Geographic Channel
Hippopotamus - "Undercover Hippo," "Dangerous Encounters", National Geographic Channel, 20 January 2008
Brandi Carlile - In 2010, National Geographic Channel in Latin America chose the song "If There Was No You" from the album as a jingle to promote its series "Grandes Migraciones"
Tony Robinson - From 1 September 2010, Robinson hosted a new series on National Geographic Channel called "Birth of Britain" which was repeated on Channel 4 beginning in January 2011
Henry Kissinger - A feature length documentary titled "Kissinger", by Scottish historian Niall Ferguson and produced by Chimerica Media, was released in 2011 on the National Geographic Channel
Edge West Productions - Edge West has recently produced six films for National Geographic Channel, three of which aired in 2011 and three which aired in 2012
NHNZ - In 2011 the unit signed a deal to represent National Geographic Channel's worldwide library of more than 20 years of accumulated footage from its blue-chip factual programming library, including hundreds of hours of HD footage
Michael J. Massimino - In 2011, Massimino co-hosted season three of National Geographic Channel's Known Universe documentary series along with Sigrid Close, Andy Howell, David E. Kaplan, and Steve Jacobs
Liev Schreiber - Schreiber narrated the 2011 documentary "Hitler's G.I. Death Camp" on the National Geographic Channel
Henry Hill - On June 8, 2011, a show about Hill's life aired on the National Geographic Channel's "Locked up Abroad"
DirecTV - On October 19, 2011, DirecTV informed its customers it may remove the News Corporation-owned channels &FX (FX_(TV_channel)), National Geographic Channel, Speed, MundoFox, Fuel TV, Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Movie Channel, Fox Deportes, BabyTV and the 19 Fox Sports Net channels on November 1 if a new carriage agreement wasn't reached by that date
Shigeru Ishiba - To that end he appeared on a Japanese TV program which featured dubbed extracts from the National Geographic Channel's Alien Invasion series in June 2012
Sammy Gravano - In 2013, National Geographic Channel dramatized Gravano's ecstasy ring in a scene in the Banged Up Abroad episode Raving Arizona televised worldwide
Rob Lowe - Most recently, Lowe played the role of President John F. Kennedy in "Killing Kennedy", a made-for-television movie that premiered November 10, 2013 on National Geographic Channel
Monica Lewinsky - In July 2014, Lewinsky was interviewed on a three-part television special airing on The National Geographic Channel titled, "The 90s: The Last Great Decade"
The View (U.S. TV series) - On October 30, 2014, ABC announced that responsibilities for production oversight on "The View" would shift from ABC's daytime entertainment division to ABC News, where the show will be grouped under the division's non-fiction programming umbrella, which produces "NY Med" for the network as well as content for other networks including National Geographic Channel and Discovery Networks
Neil deGrasse Tyson - In 2015 it was announced that he will host a late-night talk show entitled "Star Talk" on National Geographic Channel
Tony Gonzalez (American football) - In March 2015, Gonzalez began hosting "You Can't Lick Your Elbow", a show on the National Geographic Channel
Neil deGrasse Tyson - On April 20, 2015, he began hosting a late-night talk show entitled "Star Talk" on National Geographic Channel, where Degrasse Tyson interviews pop culture celebrities and asks them about their life experiences with science
Mental floss - In October 2015, "Mental Floss" teamed with the National Geographic Channel for its first televised special, "Brain Surgery Live with" mental_floss, the first brain surgery ever broadcast live
Richard Bacon (TV presenter) - Beginning 14th November 2016, Bacon became the new presenter of The National Geographic Channel's reboot of its documentary/panel discussion hybrid TV series, "Explorer"
Richard Bacon (TV presenter) - Beginning 14th November 2016, the U.S. worldwide educational cable network National Geographic Channel debuted its "global" overhaul and rebranding of the channel with its entirely new primetime lineup that night: the much-anticipated, multi-million U.S.-dollar docudrama miniseries "Mars", followed by the NGC reboot of "Explorer", and "Star Talk", a lighthearted panel-discussion series loosely centered around astrophysics and astronomy, hosted by astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Richard Bacon (TV presenter) - Beginning 14 November 2016, Bacon became the new presenter of The National Geographic Channel's reboot of its documentary/panel discussion hybrid TV series, "Explorer"
Richard Bacon (TV presenter) - Beginning on 14 November 2016, the U.S. worldwide educational cable network National Geographic Channel debuted its "global" overhaul and rebranding of the channel with its entirely new primetime lineup that night: the much-anticipated, multi-million U.S.-dollar docudrama miniseries "Mars", followed by the NGC reboot of "Explorer", and "Star Talk", a lighthearted panel-discussion series loosely centered around astrophysics and astronomy, hosted by astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Dian Fossey - In December 2017, "Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist", a three hour series, aired on the National Geographic Channel, The series tells the story of Fossey's life, work, murder and legacy, using archive footage and still images, interviews with people who knew and worked with her, specially shot footage and reconstruction
Chris Packham - In August 2018, Packham co-hosted "Yellowstone Live" on National Geographic Channel with TV host Josh Elliott, a four-night event showcasing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem with feeds from dozens of live cameras and seven camera crews
Neil deGrasse Tyson - The National Geographic Channel announced on January 3, 2019 that they were putting further episodes of Tyson's program, "StarTalk", on hiatus as "to allow the investigation to occur unimpeded"