Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Enjoy the ride

Together we have been on quite a journey this year. Starting in March (seems like a lifetime ago) we moved from the old SD broadcast, built and equipped a new FCC, then moved to HD and now we are the world’s first live 3D HD wildlife broadcast. It’s been quite a ride and I wanted to take time to thank you all for sticking with us through thick and (yes) thin, but the ride hasn’t stopped yet (hopefully it never will).

Next year we plan to have two new vehicles, one in Djuma and a second in another location within the Sabi Sand. Our aim is to improve your experience by providing more great sightings of wildlife both big and small.

As with any business, we need to grow and it’s pleasing to see that we have an ever increasing TV audience, but rest assured that we intend to maintain our open approach and the interactive element as we go forward. Whether it is new vehicles or equipment, our core aim is to improve your wildlife experience. As ever we rely on your help with wildlife questions, suggestions etc. Of-course as our audience grows we won’t always be able to answer every question as there are just too many, but we’ll do our best to answer as many as we can, so keep them coming. On the subject of questions, I have a plea from the directors.... Folks, please send all of your questions by email to final control, I know that 99% of you do, but the directors worry that they could miss questions that are asked in the chat rooms. Indeed the directors will not be monitoring the chat rooms during drives in the future, so please please email your questions. Our promise is that the director will read them all.

Thank you all for joining us on the journey so far, I hope you’ve had some great times along the way. We have a long way to go and I hope that you will all join us on the rest of the journey.

Written by Will Fox

1 comment:

  1. Will either of these vehicles have cameras that are clear or that can zoom. We miss that