Savannah, GA “Call of the Killer Whale,” a two-hour episode of "Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures" on PBS, won the prestigious Best Broadcast Program or Series Award at the Blue Ocean Film Festival June 14th.

The film festival, one of the top natural history film competitions in the world and the only one dedicated to ocean films in the U.S., chose “Call of the Killer Whale” from among more than 200 entries.


Monte Carlo, Monaco June 15, 2009 Retour en Amazonie ( Return to the Amazon), a collection of 30 large-scale, limited edition images taken by Ocean Futures Society’s expedition photographer Carrie Vonderhaar, was inaugurated Monday June 15, in the presence of Jean-Michel Cousteau and the HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco in the Galerie des Pêcheurs.


Burbank (CA), London (UK), Paris (France) – June 11, 2009 // Disneynature has acquired the North American and Mexican distribution rights to the exciting new underwater film “OceanWorld 3D,” the first feature-length nature documentary ever filmed and released in 3D, it was announced today by Jean-Francois Camilleri, executive vice president and general manager for Disneynature, and Francois Mantello, chairman of 3D Entertainment.


Santa Barbara, CA - June 8, 2009 – When Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society needed to raise awareness and donations for its campaign against toxic flame retardants, it turned to Sprout, the leader in social media strategy and campaigns. Their strategy was to use brand advocates to spread the message to friends and networks who have likely never heard of the Ocean Futures Society or the problems facing the world’s oceans. To succeed, they needed a social media strategy.


Santa Barbara, CA Jean-Michel Cousteau and the Ocean Adventures Team Explore the Human Connection to Beluga and Orca Whales
Emmy-nominated HD Multi-media Series Returns with Two New Specials on PBS
Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures Returns with “Sea Ghosts” (Belugas) premieres April 8, 2009 at 8pm
“Call of the Killer Whale” (Orcas) premieres April 22, 2009 at 8pm
Robust Web and Education Presence Accompany Broadcast


Washington, D.C. - In a bold move that will have a lasting effect on marine life, President George W. Bush has assured his legacy in terms of preserving large portions of the ocean for future generations. Jean-Michel Cousteau was among the invited guests at a White House ceremony where the President announced his declaration of new Marine National Monuments.

This announcement follows Bush’s 2006 designation of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument, which preserved 138,000 square miles of ocean.


Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society and Santa Barbara Community Give a Holiday Gift To The Environment on December 18 - "A Day Without A Bag!"


Return to the Amazon with Jean-Michel Cousteau
airing on PBS, April 2 & 9


New installment in 3D Entertainment’s ocean-themed 3D film series will premiere at select IMAX (R) 3D theatres in the US on February 15th, 2008 before expanding overseas


Cousteau envisions "Global Ocean Network" to link world ocean exploration and information to people across the globe

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Recent, independent research confirms that ocean exploration must enter a new "Age of Management" of the world's marine wildlife and undersea habitats and put preservation ahead of exploitation, according to famed ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau.