New aviation TV series set to take off

The producers of “The Aviators”, a new television series that premieres this fall, has added two Canadian broadcasters. The Global Television Network will be airing the series across its entire Canadian network from coast to coast. Additionally, Victoria, BC’s CHEK-TV will be airing the show in Western Canada (also viewable across the country on most cable and satellite carriers). In the U.S., the series will air on PBS stations.

The show’s distributor, Canamedia, continues in its efforts to add to the list of broadcasters both domestically and internationally. To that end Canamedia will be presenting “The Aviators” at the MIPTV festival in Cannes, France this spring.

“Early interest has been shown in television markets in Europe and Asia,” said Executive Producer Anthony Nalli, “and the show continues to attract tremendous attention across North America and around the world. In fact, our website consistently generates over half a million hits every month.”

Previously announced plans for distribution to all 356 Public Broadcasting Stations across the United States remain in place with the series being previewed at the PBS Technology Conference in Las Vegas in April and showcased at the PBS Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas, in May.

Production is in full swing and the cast and crew can be seen at some of North America’s top venues in the coming weeks and months including: Sun ‘n Fun, April 13-18 in Lakeland, Fla.; the Canadian Aviation Expo, May 1-2 in Hamilton, Ontario; and EAA AirVenture, July 26-Aug. 1 in Oshkosh.

For more information or to view previews: TheAviators.TV

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  1. Don Nelson says

    I am very interested in viewing this program. I live in Arizona and have access to PBS. Do you know when will this program be aired?

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