National Geographic Channel
The campaign is big and visceral, but a little poetic and provocative ... You find yourself immersed not just in these unfamiliar places, but unexpectedly invested in the stories and subcultures National Geographic Channel connects you to. This campaign sets out to capture that.
We wanted to show the emotional response of people to the programming. It’s not just about the geographic places it takes you but also the emotional places. National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Channel have a long history of taking you to exotic places, showing you new locations. We wanted to build off that, open up a new way of looking at the brand.
This year’s explorers promise to take audiences to the world’s most extreme places, people and animals, using adventure and the highs of that natural world to inspire people to care about the planet. We thank our main series sponsor, Adventure World, National Geographic Channel, Cathay Pacific Airways and Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour for their support.More quotes »
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