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The NewFronts, digital media’s answer to the TV Upfronts, has an unlikely set of participants: magazine publishers lured by the siren call of fat ad rates earmarked for video. Companies including Time Inc., Condé Nast and the National Geographic Society are standing shoulder-to-shoulder with online video stalwarts like Hulu, Yahoo and Maker Studios in the hopes of attracting ad dollars to their upcoming video programming. (If you’re “WT ...
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Blurry shots, backwards cameras inspired National Geographic editor to pursue photography

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    Here’s a pleasant way to get your photo-filled weekend started: With inspiring words from a senior photo editor at National Geographic. In this short clip (which is an ad for Microsoft OneDrive, but not an egregious one), Nat Geo senior photo editor Pamela Chen talks about what inspired her to pursue photography as a career path, and what she still looks ...
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Pamela Chen: seeing the world through photographs at National Geographic

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The daughter of a college mathematics professor, Pamela Chen was a math major until a single photograph changed her life forever. That simple image, of two college classmates skateboarding on the quad, made Pamela realize that “photography was a way that you could see the world differently than what you were seeing with your own eyes.” Now, as the Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic, Pamela sorts through as many as 60,000 photographs ...
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World's top 10 trolley rides: National Geographic [Photos]

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In their book "Journeys of a Lifetime: 500 of the World's Greatest Trips," National Geographic magazine lists the top 10 troll ...
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World's top 10 trolley rides: National Geographic [Photos]

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In their book "Journeys of a Lifetime: 500 of the World's Greatest Trips," National Geographic magazine lists the top 10 trolley rides in ...
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Gerd Ludwig, Chernobyl Through His Lens

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Some people can't just let things drop. They just can't let them go. In some cases passion and commitment to a higher cause keeps them hanging on. Such is the case with National Geographic photographer Gerd Ludwig. On April 26, 1986 at 1:23 am Chernobyl's Nuclear Power Plant reactor #4 blew up after a botched safety test triggered an explosion and caused a fire that burned for 10 days. The radioactive fallout spread over thousands of square miles an ...
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National Geographic's Controversial 'Nazi War Diggers' Cancelled Before Series Premiere

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