Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Sea Shepherd To The Rescue: Streaming Live from Antarctica
Ever wondered what it is like to be aboard a ship in Antarctica? Then tune into EZEARTH.TV which breaks ground today by streaming live from Antarctica from aboard the Sea Shepherd flagship vessel, to spread awareness of the crimes against nature as they are happening.
The site was launched by Peter Brown (Entertainment Tonight, Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist, Real People) to aid Sea Shepherd’s Cove Guardians in their fight to save dolphins in Taiji, Japan, the place made infamous by the Academy Award-Winning film "The Cove." The site (EZEARTH.TV) already gets upwards of 10,000 visitors per broadcast.
On the site, Brown shows the newly opened waters via live internet broadcast, streaming real action, in real time from aboard the Steve Irwin, Sea Shepherd’s flagship vessel made famous by Animal Planet’s hit series "Whale Wars."
“It’s time we put the real in reality television,” said Brown. “We’re continuing to help the world wake up to what the environmental bad guys are up to and when we catch them live, in action and red-handed, there will be no arguments about it. This platform is the next weapon in helping change the world’s consciousness for a cleaner, safer planet.”
Brown, who was one of the first field producers for Entertainment Tonight and RealPeople as well as one of the earliest members of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society utilizes his vast experience in both the entertainment and environmental worlds along with breakthrough technology to bring the truth of the crimes against mother nature to anyone who wants to see it. With his realistic and relatable approach combined with his unique sense of humor and life experience, Brown demonstrates that humanity is not helpless and that each person has the power to make this world a better place.