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First Scuba Diving Tv Show Available On The Internet At No Cost

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DIVING PASSPORT, ESPN’S SHOW AIRED IN 127 COUNTRIES,
CAN NOW BE WATCHED ANYTIME ANYWHERE

Dear Fellow Divers,

It is a great pleasure for us to reach you with great news. As you already know our show reaches 127 countries and 115 million potential viewers in four of the five continents. Now we are going one step beyond.

Diving Passport has open up to a new dimension. Making use of the latest technological advances, the show can now be seen on the Internet. This means that no matter where you are or what time it is, watching the newest edition of Diving Passport is always possible.

The show is presented through a link on our exclusive web page www.divingpassport.com where you can also find other useful information about us along with TV schedules, comprehensive data about top diving destinations, how to advertise with us, etc.

On the web page, the show is available in both English and Spanish with the same four segment format presented on TV, but here you have the advantage of being able to select which one of them you want to watch. Downloading takes only 15 seconds and the quality of the images is highly remarkable making it an enjoyable experience.

This way, Diving Passport has become the first scuba diving show that can be watched both on ESPN and on the Internet, increasing by millions the number of potential viewers in the whole world.

We look forward to hear your comments about this new feature.

The Diving Passport Team
 
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