September 2006 | A Compilation of Clips | Did not Air
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These clips never aired or have been broadcast. They were produced for the purposes of briefing individuals regarding the results of the Mission. In order of appearance:
Ole Olesen, Ordforer Kvitsoy Kommune | kvitsoy.kommune.no
Asbjorn Drengstig MSc, Norwegian Lobster Farm AS | norwegian-lobster-farm.com/no/11_om_oss
Linda Sams CEO, Centre for Aquatic Health Science Canada | cahs-bc.ca/index.php
Nils Petter Sand Rygjabo Fiskerifagleg Senter | rygjabo.vgs.no
Jonathan Bartlett is a recipient of a Jack Webster Award in 2005 for Science and Technology in Television Journalism at JackWebster.com see atv.ca/victoria/personalities_JonathanBartlett.aspx
Patrick Marshall is the recipient British Columbia's Economic Developer of the year 2007 Award from his Peers at edabc.ca see ca.linkedin.com/in/patricknelsonmarshall
Patrick asked Jonathan to join the Mission to Stavanger Norway in 2006 as the embedded video journalist with no rules of engagement. Jonathan was granted full access to all elements of the 15 day familiarization tour.
Jonathan produced his series the week after the Mission returned to Canada.
Patrick and Jonathan produced a DVD of clips which are still in use today as critical communications tools used to debug conservation campaigners messages against responsible use of the ocean.
Thanks to Stavanger and Campbell River EDC Rivercorp Economic Development Corporations, Coast Sustainability Trust, Program for Export Market Development Investment Canada, Stavanger Chamber of Commerce, Rosenkildehuset, His Worship Leif Johan Sevland, Mayor of Stavanger, Jostein Soland and his Crew and Mary Ellen Walling.
Patrick N. Marshall Chef de Mission and Economic Developer