In September last year, it required a well-planned time management at blue planet tv, because we produced at three different locations with overlapping shooting times: Together with Hannes
Jaenicke and TV colleague Daniel Rösner, we first explored the natural paradise of Costa Rica full of biodiversity, volcanoes and beaches. For almost one week, we fought our way through the dense
rainforest, accompanied the two adrenaline junkies on a water rafting trip and learned more about the indigenous peoples.
Split into two teams we then turned, in collaboration with the MDR, to the trainer of the dog school, Linda Sikorski, in Poland, who dreamed all her life of working with animals in the countryside.
On the other hand we accompanied the actor Oliver Hörner on his journey to the still quite unknown Slavonia in Croatia, a region whose diversity is hard to beat. It could quickly become quite difficult to discover all the sights in just one week. So it is very convenient for us that these two productions will not be the last ones in Poland and Croatia.
Whether in the Australian Outback, in the urban canyons of Hong Kong, in the Rocky Mountains or in rural Lower Saxony: the team of blue planet tv is at home all over the world. In our travel magazines we present interesting and trendy destinations. It does not always have to be the Caribbean!
There are certainly many ways to bring exciting destinations closer to TV viewers. We have taken our own path and work with celebrities from film, television and sports. The result is our successful travel format "This is my ...". Each episode is a very personal travelogue, exciting and charming.
In addition to travel magazines, we also produce classic reports and documentaries. Our TV series "Myth Hong Kong" or - in 2017 - the documentary on AIDS orphans in South Africa are only two examples. In addition, we produce and design image films for TV, cinema and the Internet.
blue planet tv as a TV production company has emerged from the former n-tv travel editorial. Many of our employees were employed full-time by n-tv until the station's move in 2004. Since January 2005, blue planet tv has been the producer of the majority of all travel formats for the news channel n-tv.