Nat Geo Premieres New Podcast “Into The Depths” About Slave Shipwrecks

You have to admire National Geographic. Founded in 1888, the organization has excelled at stunning images of our world in all its natural glory.

So when the visual is your historical strength, moving into the audio with no images is an exercise in courage, determination, and a confidence in your people.

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I am a South Jersey-based writer who manages Podcast Reports on Blogger and have a book available on Amazon about podcasts and podcasting called “Ear Worthy.”

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Frank Racioppi

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I am a South Jersey-based writer who manages Podcast Reports on Blogger and have a book available on Amazon about podcasts and podcasting called “Ear Worthy.”

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