Travel Channel Request
If anyone can help with this, please LMK. Thanks in advance.
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From: Dearl Nelson <Dearl.Nelson@...>
Date: Mon, Sep 24, 2018 at 11:12 AM
Subject: Travel Channel Request
To: president@... <president@...>
I am an associate producer on the long-running Travel Channel series, Mysteries at the Museum. We’re currently producing a standalone documentary special that will focus on the heroic story of Amelia Earhart.
We are planning to travel to Hawaii in the next few weeks to film. A section of our story involves the use of a Radio Direction Finder (by Earhart). She used a classic Bendex RDF during her attempt to fly around the world. While in Hawaii we’d like to film a demonstration of a similar model RDF with our host Don Wildman. I was hoping that someone in the Emergency Amateur Radio Club would be able to help us locate and demonstrate an old Radio Direction Finder. Below are photos of similar model RDF’s. We don’t need the exact model that Earhart used, but from around the same general time period.
Would you have time for a quick phone conversation about the project?
Below I’ve included some information about the documentary series, Mysteries at the Museum. Also, here is a link to a recent documentary we produced featuring our host Don Wildman in Egypt. This will give you a sense of the format of our show.
And here is a bit about our host, Don Wildman:
Don Wildman is fast becoming one the most recognizable faces in documentary television. As host of "Mysteries at the
Museum," "Monumental Mysteries" and "Greatest
Mysteries," Wildman's journey is full of surprises and adventure. Whether traversing obscure or familiar turf, Wildman’s mission is to expose the real truth lying beneath the surface.
Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Mysteries at the Museum – Travel Channel