NOVA scienceNOW - Netflix

NOVA scienceNOW is a news magazine version of the long-running and venerable PBS science program Nova. Premiering on January 25, 2005, the series was originally hosted by Robert Krulwich, who described it as an experiment in coverage of "breaking science, science that's right out of the lab, science that sometimes bumps up against politics, art, culture". At the beginning of season two, Neil deGrasse Tyson replaced Krulwich as the show's host. Tyson announced he would leave the show and was replaced by David Pogue beginning season 6.

NOVA scienceNOW - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2005-01-25

NOVA scienceNOW - Fotosearch - Netflix

Fotosearch is a stock photography company, founded in 1998. The company sells royalty-free and rights-managed photography, illustrations, video footage, clipart, and audio clips. Today, with digital images from over 140 publishers, it is one of the world’s largest distributors of stock photography. The core feature of the site is its search feature which allows users to access its database of over 15 million images. The site is offered in more than a dozen languages with fully functional search, and the ability to pay in local currency for each site. 24-hour customer support by phone was added in 2005 and is also available for most languages. Images distributed by Fotosearch have been featured in People magazine, The New York Times, and on the February 6, 2006, cover of Newsweek. Stock footage from Fotosearch has been used in several movies and was used in the April 19, 2005 PBS episode of NOVA scienceNOW. The company is located in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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