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FLIBS18: Show debuts on NBC’s sports network

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By Tom Serio

Keep an eye out for a film crews from NBCSN, the NBC Sports Network, during this year’s 59th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Camera, sound, utility support, and field production crews have been on the docks and on the yachts to create a dedicated one-hour program on the world’s largest boat show that runs from Oct. 31 – Nov. 4. Some of the staff are experienced boaters, according to executive producer of the show, Townsend Bell.

The company’s principle filming is complete, Bell said on Wednesday in the production office on board the M/V Grand Floridian docked near the front of Bahia Mar marina dockmaster office.

The network produces a similar show on the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and has a production office at the show.

Stay tuned for the program which is scheduled to run on Dec. 23 at 5 p.m. EST on the NBCSN network.

For more information visit www.nbcsports.com.

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