Ocean News & Technology (ON&T), a leading trade publication for the ocean and offshore industries, has revealed plans to launch SeaState, a monthly podcast dedicated to understanding emerging trends in ocean technology, as well as discussing pioneering research, industry challenges, and prospects for the future.
SeaState’s first podcast, scheduled for broadcast in June, will welcome the Director of the Center for Marine Robotics at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Dr. Jim Bellingham. Dr. Bellingham will discuss unmanned vehicle technology and how AUV technology could assist NASA in the future exploration of new planets. July and August boast equally formidable guests, namely Dr. Larry Mayer, a pioneer of ocean mapping technology, and Marty Klein, better known as the father of side scan sonar.
“SeaState is an exciting, must-hear journey into thought leadership,” said Ed Freeman, ON&T editor. “As a leading industry publication, we recognize the growing appetite for on-the-go content and know that the caliber of our guests will make for captivating listening.”
The podcast series will be hosted by Rhonda J. Moniz, a highly accomplished journalist and filmmaker with extensive experience of the ocean industry. “Rhonda is the perfect host for SeaState, she has over 25 years of working in the industry and understands ON&T’s readership,” said Jessie Lewis, Director of Operations at TSC Strategic.
Sponsors of the June episode include the Marine & Oceanographic Technology Network (MOTN).
To find out more about SeaState or sponsorship opportunities, contact one of our representatives today here.