Matt’s Audio Podcast
They prep the boat for a new season of gathering scientific data for NASA and the Smithsonian. They will collect data on ocean warming that could be contributing to the ice melt of the Greenland ice pack. To learn more, visit ORP 2016 Greenland Research Project
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Greenland Expedition Summer 2016. Matt Rutherford and his crew gather data for multiple ocean research projects along Greenland’s west coast well above the Arctic circle. This time Matt has a bit more video capability than a single lipstick cam. With a dedicated cinematographer aboard shooting 4K and capturing pro sound, and drones for aerial photography this series will be an exciting visual and audio experience above the Arctic Circle. Great job Matt – looking forward to more.
Red Dot on the Ocean is now available as a DVD and Blu-ray on Amazon. It continutes to be free for Amazon Prime subscribers and available separately for purchase as a digital rental and download.
A one-hour version of Red Dot, sponsored by Honda, had its U.S. Public Television premiere on Sunday April 17 in New York on WLIW and in Los Angeles on KCLS. Red Dot is airing on Public Television stations across the country through March 2018. See our calendar for stations, dates, and times. Please check your local listings as schedules sometimes change and new air dates are added. To see if your local PTV station plans to carry Red Dot, see the Red Dot On the Ocean PTV Station List. If your local station is a Maybe or No, or not on the list, an email or call to your local station’s viewer services department can help. Red Dot is available free to stations that subscribe to American Public Television.
Red Dot on the Ocean is now free with Amazon Prime or can be purchased separately as a rental or download.
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Red Dot on the Ocean recently screened at the 2015 Annapolis Film Festival to a sold out house in the main auditorium at Maryland Hall. Below is a link to the article from the Capital Gazette newspaper…
What better draw for a film festival in a sailing town than a movie about the world record voyage of Annapolis’ own Matt Rutherford…. The film drew a large crowd Sunday morning in Maryland Hall’s auditorium, one of 70 movies being screened at the third annual Annapolis Film Festival….
Herb McCormick wrote a very complimentary piece on Red Dot on the Ocean in the January 2015 issue of Cruising World magazine. The title of the piece is “From Zero to Hero.” Check it out!
Red Dot on the Ocean has been accepted for broadcast on Public TV. Our Presenting Station is WPBT2 Miami and our Public TV program national distributor is American Public Television. APT offered Red Dot to stations during its Fall Marketplace held in Atlanta in November 2015. During December, stations voted on programs in the APT online screening room. Thus far 80 stations have accepted Red Dot on the Ocean for broadcast and 25 have indicated they may. This list represents nearly one-third of U.S. Public TV stations with the majority in the top 100 markets include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington, DC and Miami. Combined these stations serve some 62 million TV households with a population of 157 million potential viewers. Broadcasts will begin in spring 2016 and run for two years.