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Nature Company CD/Book

“Pulse of the Planet — Extraordinary Sounds From the Natural World” was a CD/book hybrid published in 1994 by the Nature Company and offered exclusively in their stores and catalog, “Extraordinary Sounds” sold out its print run of 15,000 copies. The recording features over thirty sounds from our planet and beyond!  This was a pioneering multi-media project; the CD was mounted on...
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The DuPont Company

The DuPont Company had one of the most creative and socially responsive External Relations Departments of any Fortune 500 Company, spearheaded by PR visionary Dick Woodward. Woodward hired JMP to produce the science version of “You’re Hearing America” (see Maxell Project.) The series was called the Sounds of Science, which later morphed into Pulse of the Planet. Both series...
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River Voices Audio Adventure Tour

The natural history of the Hudson river comes alive through stories. River Voices, funded by the Department of Environmental Conservation, consists of 12 signs located in waterfront parks along the Hudson. “What Hudson River native has red tipped fingers?” “What Hudson River dwellers have been mistaken for river monsters?” –  just a few of the questions that spark visitors curiosity...
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Sound and Story Project

In 2006, Jim Metzner and Eileen McAdam co-founded the World Sound Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to use the power of sound to help convey important stories and themes to the general public.  The Sound and Story Project of the Hudson Valley, the WSF’s first endeavor, explores the Hudson region through cell phone tours, radio programs, podcasts and web audio,...
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American Museum of Natural History

The American Museum of Natural History co-funded Pulse of the Planet (with the NSF) in 2005. The museum’s education department was expanding its role and wanted the opportunity to showcase some of the museum’s extraordinary roster of scientists. Previously, in 1989, JMP had been hired by Natural History Magazine to produce a radio series entitled “The Sounds of Natural...
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