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Voice of the Sea to begin airing in Hawaii on KFVE channel 5 (and 1005 HD) starting Sunday Jan 5, 2014 - 01.04.2014

Voice of the Sea Highlights
Voice of the Sea presents thought-provoking information and ideas from recognized experts about ongoing scientific and cultural work in the Pacific. Each episode highlights the technology, ideas, questions, and real-life details of these experts. Voice of the Sea inspires interest in ocean science and teaches concepts that apply to viewers' own lives and relationship with the ocean and planet, creating a more engaged and vibrant community.You can view some sample promos for the show on our Voice of the Sea youtube channel and you can check out the story about us in the Honolulu Star Advertiser

Our first episode will preview some of the stories we’ll tell this season on Voice of the Sea, including fishponds, beaches, Tara expedition, aquaponics, oysters, algae, and volcanoes.

Voice of the Sea Partners
We are really proud of the show and also proud that during the show we are able to air public service announcements for our contributing partners - UH Curriculum Research & Development Group, UH Sea Grant, NOAA Pacific Services Center, the Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE) Island Earth, and also our Exploring Our Fluid Earth (EOFE) Curriculum.

Voice of the Sea Online and on TV
We are also excited to be producing both TV episodes and online-only episodes of Voice of the Sea. Our website has schedule and episode description documents for the first 19 TV and 19 online episodes that will air in 2014. Please note, however, that half of our content, including stories filmed in Hawaii, Guam, Palau and American Samoa topics, are slotted into season 2, 2015 (so stay tuned for surf forecasting, underwater photography, and more). In addition, our TV and online-only episodes, will both be embedded in the EOFE curriculum which will go live to the public in August 2014.

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