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National Geographic Kids Dives into Fiction with New Imprint, New Book Series

National Geographic Kids Dives into Fiction with New Imprint, New Book Series

New series hailed by J.J. Abrams as “A fun, exciting and action-packed ride that kids will love” WASHINGTON (Feb. 16, 2018)— After celebrating a landmark 130 years of exploration, science and superb

Nat Geo Exclusive Video: Watch Elon Musk Freak Out Over the Falcon Heavy Launch

** Media Alert ** Exclusive: Watch Elon Musk Freak Out Over the Falcon Heavy Launch Unique footage shows the SpaceX CEO and his team in mission control in the moments leading up to the historic

National Geographic Traveler and Your Shot Launch Cover Photo Competition

Photographers encouraged to submit photos depicting a life-changing trip for the cover of Traveler’s June/July 2018 “Epic Summer” issue WASHINGTON (Feb. 12, 2018)—Today, National Geographic Traveler

Gary E. Knell Named to Succeed Declan Moore as New CEO National Geographic Partners

Los Angeles, CA – February 9, 2018 – The Board of National Geographic Partners, a joint venture between 21st Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA, FOX) and the National Geographic Society, announced today that

Media Alert: SpaceX Falcon Heavy Spokesperson Available on the Ground

** Media Alert ** Why This Week’s Big Rocket Launch May Make History If all goes to plan, the newest member of SpaceX’s fleet could become the most powerful rocket since the one that sent humans to

NAT GEO EXCLUSIVE: LASER SCANS REVEAL MAYA “MEGALOPOLIS” BELOW GUATEMALAN JUNGLE, Images & Spokesperson Available

** Media Alert ** NAT GEO EXCLUSIVE: LASER SCANS REVEAL MAYA “MEGALOPOLIS” BELOW GUATEMALAN JUNGLE A vast, interconnected network of ancient cities was home to millions more people than previously

Exclusive: 99 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur-Era Bird Found Trapped in Amber, Images & Experts Available

** Media Alert ** Exclusive: Dinosaur-Era Bird Found Trapped in Amber Exclusive Images & Spokesperson Available Remains of a 99 million-year-old bird encased in amber have been found in Myanmar.

Exclusive: Search Resumes for Hidden Chambers In King Tut’s Tomb, Images & Spokesperson Available

** Media Alert ** Nat Geo Exclusive: Search Resumes for Hidden Chambers In King Tut’s Tomb Two previous investigations disagreed about what’s behind the tomb walls. Now scientists are launching an

Statement from Declan Moore, CEO, National Geographic Partners regarding the termination of former Deputy Director of Photography Patrick Witty

At National Geographic Partners, we take seriously any allegation of sexual harassment. The questions and concerns raised by women inside and outside of our company about Mr. Witty’s behavior were

National Geographic Nominated for Six National Magazine Awards

National Geographic Partners has earned six nominations from the 2018 National Magazine Awards for Print and Digital Media. The nominations include: General Excellence Photography Website Digital

Media Alert: Rare ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ Coming—First in 35 Years, Spokesperson Available

** Media Alert ** Rare ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ Coming—First in 35 Years Spokesperson Available The cosmic trifecta of a supermoon, a blue moon, and a total lunar eclipse hasn’t been seen anywhere on

National Geographic, Pop-Up Magazine and The Seattle Symphony Partner for Live Event in Seattle This Spring

National Geographic + Pop-Up Magazine, presented by The Seattle Symphony, will be held April 30, 2018 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle. Tickets will be available to the public on Jan. 25, 2018 WASHINGTON

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AND SPRINT LAUNCH “CHASING GENIUS: UNLIMITED INNOVATION” TO FUEL THE GAME-CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES OF TOMORROW

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AND SPRINT LAUNCH “CHASING GENIUS: UNLIMITED INNOVATION” TO FUEL THE GAME-CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES OF TOMORROW Winner of the CHASING GENIUS challenge to receive $25,000 to turn their

National Geographic Celebrates 130 Years of Exploration

** Media Alert ** National Geographic Celebrates 130 Years of Exploration Images & Videos Available On January 13, 1888, members of D.C.’s scientific and intellectual circles gathered to consider

National Geographic Travel Names the Best Small Cities in the U.S.

February/March Issue Utilizes Data-Driven Research to Spotlight 30 Urban Destinations WASHINGTON (Jan. 16, 2018)—National Geographic Traveler, the world’s most widely read travel magazine, today
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ANNOUNCES  2018 YEAR OF THE BIRD CAMPAIGN, A YEAR-LONG EFFORT DEDICATED TO CELEBRATING AND PROTECTING BIRDS

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ANNOUNCES 2018 YEAR OF THE BIRD CAMPAIGN, A YEAR-LONG EFFORT DEDICATED TO CELEBRATING AND PROTECTING BIRDS

National Geographic, National Audubon Society, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, BirdLife International, and more than 100 organizations join forces for 12 months of storytelling and science to examine how

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ANNOUNCES FIRST EVER GUEST EDITORS TO CELEBRATE 130 YEARS OF THE MAGAZINE

Twelve notable British figures will guest edit the UK issue of the much-loved magazine in 2018 World’s greatest living explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes edits the January issue Dame Ellen MacArthur, Sir