Travel Thru History Show

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Travel Thru History Show 
Travel Thru History (or TTH for short) is a new educational/informational (E/I) series designed to spark interest and enthusiasm in viewers to learn about our country’s rich and fascinating history by traveling to diverse locales across the US. While it is targeted to a teen audience, the entire family will enjoy watching TTH.

Videotaped and edited in the style of other popular, educational programming like Modern Marvels, Travel Thru History is the latest television series co-developed by The Television Syndication Company and Red 5 Creative. It is marketed by H&R Unlimited. Principal videography takes place February through July of 2012. Thirteen episodes are set for broadcast starting in September, 2012 on the MeTV network, carried on stations representing 73% of the US households.

Although the show is national, the budget for VO is very limited. The same person would get all 13 episodes worth of VO. This will be tremendous exposure. The show is a teen demographic hence the teen voice. 
2012-03-13 16:24:16 GMT
2012-03-17 16:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Student or Non-for-profit student project - USD 50
TV shows and movies
Via TV: 70% of the country
30 min
English - USA and Canada
Teenage Girl OR Teenage Boy
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

custom demo required 
Located halfway between Jacksonville and Miami, on the east coast of Florida, lies a
34 mile section of land where history has been made. Since the early sixties, Kennedy
Space Center has been the center of all US space launch operations under the direction
of NASA - the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is here at Launch
Complex 39, that humans have been able to break the bounds of earth...orbit our
planet...and walk on the moon.
KSC, as it’s called, is named after President John F. Kennedy who famously vowed in a
Speech in 1962 that the US would set foot on the moon within a decade. NASA endeavored to
make it happen, and on July 20, 1969... Apollo 11 made it happen.
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex attracts thousands of space enthusiasts
every year. The facility is loaded with educational and awe-inspiring relics of the history
of American space exploration.
Case in point...the rocket garden located just inside the entrance is home to eight
milestone launch vehicles that carried man into space. Mercury, Gemini and Apollo
launch vehicles are all present as well as interactive models of the space capsules.
The sheer size of the rockets is truly humbling as you stand in the middle of the garden
and look around. The size was necessary due to the incredible amount of rocket fuel
needed to reach the speed required to exit earth’s atmosphere.
Rocket fuel alone didn’t get us into space...Behind every technological advance...there
have been engineers, scientists and astronauts pushing the envelope of human
Space travel has always been an American government endeavor, but the future
of space travel is in private industry. This means that instead of being funded by
taxpayers, private businesses will foot the bill.
(Ken SOT)
The Space Shuttle program flew 135 missions over the last 30 years and has been
(Ken SOT)
You can only describe the Shuttle Program as a roaring success. So many important
technological achievements from satellite communication to medicine are a direct result
of information gathered by astronauts and scientists in the shuttle program.
(Ken SOT)
Another signature attraction at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex that’s sure
to excite any space enthusiast is the Space Shuttle Launch Experience. This six-story
structure mimics the actual Space Shuttle facilities located at NASA’s Kennedy Space
Center. It’s the closest thing to a trip on the shuttle, that you’ll get here on Earth.
With the Shuttle Program now retired, NASA is faced with the challenge of defining their
future. So what does the future hold for the space program?
(Ken SOT)
Space travel has always been an American government endeavor, but the future
of space travel is in private industry. This means that instead of being funded by
taxpayers, private businesses will foot the bill.
(Ken SOT)
NASA is in very capable hands with their talented engineers. So, whatever the future
holds for NASA there will always be Americans venturing into outer space.
Coming Up next...Travel Thru History will talk with one of NASA’s chief Architects as he
explains what we can expect in the next ten years at NASA - then we’ll take a look at
the largest vehicle built by man...the Saturn 5 rocket. But first..... 
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