Beautiful Oceans launches first Coral Reef & Eco Diver Podcast Magazine
May 19, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsBeautiful Oceans launches first Coral Reef & Eco Diver Podcast Magazine
MONTREAL 19 May 2006—Beautiful Oceans has launched the first ‘Coral Reef & Eco Diver online magazine’. The free weekly news publication contains text blogs, podcast (audio files that can be listened to on a computer or portable mp3 player), images and video footage that can downloaded and viewed on a computer or portable mp4 player like the popular iPod Video. ‘Coral Reef & Eco Diver online magazine’, which is available through iTunes as well as through the Beautiful Oceans website, provides scuba divers and snorkelers with interesting scientific facts, tips and information about coral reef biology and responsible diving techniques that can be directly applied in-water.
“There’s been an overwhelming demand from scuba divers and snorkelers to access fun and practical information about coral reef biology and eco diving, which also provides advice on how people can help protect the coral reef environment,” says Stephan Becker, President of Beautiful Oceans. “Our ‘Coral Reef & Eco Diver Magazine’ fills this void; we are thrilled to see subscribers from around the world – from the US mainland to Europe and the Far East – accessing this information.”
Beautiful Oceans ‘Coral Reef & Eco Diver Magazine’, including blogs, podcasts, images and video footage, is updated weekly. For free access, visit the following address:
Blog & podcast:
iTunes (or simply enter ‘Beautiful Oceans’ in the podcast search engine on iTunes):
About Beautiful Oceans:
Beautiful Oceans offers the finest coral reef science courses for recreational scuba divers and snorkelers. Our exciting courses—which take place online, in-class, and in-water—provide divers and snorkelers with a unique and comprehensive understanding of the coral reef ecosystem. Each course is specially adapted to embrace the regional biology of chosen travel destinations, and enhances diving and snorkeling experiences.
Beautiful Oceans is a member of 1% FOR THE PLANET—a group of businesses donating 1% of their sales to the natural environment. Beautiful Oceans donates 1% of its annual income, or 10% of is annual pre-tax profit (whichever this is the greater), to not-for-profit organizations active in coral reef conservation. www.beautifuloceans.com
For more information, please contact:
Ian Popple or Stephan Becker