Lochte Will Not Swim With Sharks For National Geographic's SharkFestFormer Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte is making a point to say he is not Michael Phelps, and will not be racing a great white shark on Discovery.
Deal Gives Fox Majority Stake In National Geographic MediaThe 127-year-old nonprofit National Geographic Society has struck a $725 million deal that gives 21st Century Fox a majority stake in National Geographic magazine and other media properties, expanding an existing TV partnership.
National Geographic Head Joins Smithsonian Board President Barack Obama has appointed the former CEO of the National Geographic Society to the Smithsonian Institution's governing board.
National Geographic Features Women PhotographersThe National Geographic Museum in Washington has a new exhibit featuring the photography of 11 award-winning female photojournalists.
Book Chronicles Md. Couple's Travels Across Globe"The most satisfying journey is one that is shared." That quote introduces and is the point behind a coffee table book of photographs from around the globe put together by the family of the late Tom Abercrombie, one of the last swashbuckling, globe-trotting writer-photographers at National Geographic. It's the visual story of Tom and Lynn Abercrombie of Shady Side and their nearly 40 years of traveling, a memoir they started together before he died of complications of surgery in 2006.
Baltimore Photographer Films Shark Week DocumentaryShark Week, the longest running program event on cable TV, will return this weekend. Once again, it will feature the work of a Baltimore photographer.