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THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION PROGRAMS ABOUT NOSTRADAMUS, by Victor Baines

March 31, 2014

Previous to the tragic events of 9/11, there were only two or three documentary films about Nostradamus available for the public to view. However, after 9/11, due to the fact that Nostradamus predicted this tragedy in several of his quatrains, it began a media frenzy to produce cable television programs about him and his prophetic literary works.
I know all about these productions because, due to my many years of research, writing, and speaking about this fascinating topic– I was involved in helping to create many of them (both as a researcher and as an expert commentator). Making documentary films is fun. It can be hard and demanding work at times, but the pay-off of everyone’s hard work is intellectually rewarding, and it’s a great joy to experience “the feeling” one gets the first night that the show is finally broadcast for the first time on TV.
I have been busy “story boarding” an interesting group of quatrains about potential fascinating events in the future which have yet to occur! I know so much about this interesting topic that I could produce several great documentaries, in different production styles, that would probably prove to be “very successful” in ratings and content!
“Unique intellectual property” is the name of the game when it comes to this topic. The person who possesses it, and the people who have the power to create a good broadcast
So if any cable television producers are looking for new ideas to develop into documentary films they should consider contacting me to discuss what they might have in mind, and or consider some of the excellent production idea that I might have for them.
I’m well known in video production houses and radio stations in Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, D.C., London, Sydney, Christchurch, Vienna, Tokyo, and Bogata. I have worked with lots of people–all over the world– including The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, The National Geographic Channel, the BBC, and plenty of others too.  Hey–let’s do some more work together.  Let’s do this!