Maritime TV Program Series
A free 8-part Internet TV Program Series on Maritime TV leading up to an week-long on-site Cyber-Skilled Mariner course at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) in Linthicum, Md.
Blue Work TV is a series of 2-3 minute video segments featured in a unique digital media platform on Internet TV Channel Maritime TV to extend social media outreach to youth and mainstream media outlets about the full spectrum of exceptional and rewarding water-related workforce opportunities that are available in an industry that is so vitally important to the nation.
Interviews with the Superintendent of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point
The New York Maritime Cluster is home to over 250 shipping companies, who are continually reaping the benefits of the area's extensive resources and infrastructure (banks, lawyers, insurance and arbitration). New York is also the world's best tax haven for a foreign shipping company to base its operations if it qualifies for exemption under US tax laws or a US treaty
Maritime TV, in cooperation with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Advanced Solutions is pleased to present another in its interview program series, entitled ‘Maritime Cybersecurity Report’.
“Life Planning for the Maritime Professional” featuring information from Dr. John A.C. Cartner, maritime industry expert and Peter D. Wolf, both attorneys with the firm Cartner and Wolf, PLLC.
A Maritime TV series dedicated to keeping maritime professionals up-to-date on the latest in ballast water management issues, technology and regulation, sponsored by EcoChlor. The Series Features EcoChlor CEO Steve Candito.
A Weekly Maritime TV Program Series Featuring Mr. Clay Maitland
A Weekly discussion on maritime industry issues of the day with Shipmaster and Maritime Lawyer, Dr. John A.C. Cartner
With Maritime Administrator Admiral Mark H. “Buz” Buzby, USN, Ret.
based on the lessons learned from the latter part of the 20th century
A monthly report featuring U.S. Merchant Marine Academy news and activities including video interviews with midshipmen, key academy representatives and alumni in the industry to reflect special interest pro-active Kings Point news and stories that don’t always get traction in the trade and mainstream media, but are still worthy of being highlighted.
Produced together with Piracy Daily, a live, interactive multi-part webcast series addressing international piracy.
People have always learned by doing. The Building To Teach program uses the hands-on building process to help students improve their math skills and get on a path to work-readiness. We've seen great things happen when kids build something real, whether its boats, buildings, even guitars. They learn planning, communication and responsibility–all critical job skills.
From the Archives
In the fall of 1951 the NBC-Television executive Sylvester "Pat" Weaver asked the well-known Broadway composer Richard Rodgers, "If you were approached to do some work for the United States Navy, we'd like your assurance that you wouldn't refuse to consider it." "Well, of course I wouldn't refuse to consider an offer from the United States Navy," Rodgers replied. It was six years after the end of World War II.
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Clay Maitland, Chairman