Pasadena, CA – National Geographic’s half-day at the Television Critics Association embodied the network’s mission of further by weaving that concept into each panel. Some 200 television reporters from North America were wowed by high school students who undoubtedly will be running the world, terrified by the resurgent Ebola virus, challenged by Morgan Freeman as he explained that he is God, horrified by animals’ gruesome deaths and reminded of the fascination the country once had for space exploration. They were even treated to a glimpse of the International Space Station as it (coincidentally) passed over the terrace at the Langham Pasadena Hotel and Spa during the network’s cocktail reception.
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