Prehistoric Road Trip

Bringing Earth’s History To Life On The Road

What did our planet look like billions of years ago? Emily Graslie, Chicago Field Museum’s chief curiosity officer, brings earth’s prehistoric landscapes to life in each 60-minute episode of PREHISTORIC ROAD TRIP. While driving through the open roads of the Dakotas, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska, Graslie stops by some of the most active fossil sites in the world to shed light on mysterious and unusual creatures.

The three-part series examines a range of organisms, including trilobites and dinosaurs, and the species of fauna that thrived in their wake. Continue reading to learn how your brand can sponsor this exciting science show on PBS, or take a look at additional programs available in our Science & Nature Package.

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Broadcast
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When you sponsor science shows like PREHISTORIC ROAD TRIP on PBS, you’re reaching engaged television audiences nationwide. PBS viewers are:

38%

more likely to buy natural products because they are concerned about the environment [1]

30%

more likely to have taken 3+ vacations [1]

25%

more likely to be willing to pay more for a product that is environmentally safe [1]

22%

more likely to say a company’s environmental record is important to purchasing decisions [1]

37%

more likely to engage a travel agent [1]

34%

more likely to have taken two cruises in the past three years [1]

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Source: 1. 2019 MRI Doublebase.