ABC News To Broadcast Live From Antarctica Aboard Lindblad Expeditions’ National Geographic Endurance. Inaugural Programming from the First Polar Newsroom at Sea
Lindblad Expeditions has announced that ABC News will be broadcasting live from National Geographic Endurance in Antarctica November 10-16, 2021 as part of their month long unprecedented climate change coverage spanning seven continents.
The programming will include live and taped coverage across multiple ABC News programs and platforms marking the inaugural broadcast from the first polar newsroom aboard a passenger vessel.
Throughout the 10-days at sea, “GMA3” and “20/20” co-anchor Amy Robach will be providing a firsthand look at global warming and what it foretells for our future.
Her reporting will be featured on Good Morning America, GMA 3: What You Need to Know, ABC News Live, and ABC World News Tonight with David Muir, set against the dramatic ice landscape that is seeing some of the most rapid changes anywhere on Earth.
Viewers will virtually experience one of the most exhilarating adventures the planet offers, joining Amy and a team of experts as they follow in the wake of history’s boldest explorers. They will get a front row seat to the wonders of this vast land and sea as ABC News explores new adventures every day.
The programming underscores Lindblad’s 50+ years of expedition heritage in the region.
The expedition will also serve as the inaugural Antarctic voyage for the 126-guest National Geographic Endurance, the newest addition to the Lindblad Expeditions fleet and the most advanced ice-class expedition ship afloat. Her cutting edge technology features a full broadcast studio offering extraordinary opportunities for storytelling and live broadcast reporting from the world’s polar regions and beyond.
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