Ready for the right stuff?
From adrenaline-pumping airsports, to mind-boggling aerobatics, Air & Space Television puts you in the sky with today’s aviation mavericks.
How High Will You Go?
Whether from an airship gondola or a sub-orbital thrill ride, Air & Space Television will show you the world in a whole new way.
Who’s Flying What?
From private jet luxury, to backcountry fly-in camping, to racing head-to-head at 400 MPH over the desert floor, Air & Space Television brings you the variety and passion of aviation today.
A court-recognized aviation safety expert and public speaker, Mr. Coleman is also co-founder of Air & Space Television. He is a former National Transportation Safety Board investigator and retired Federal Aviation Administration inspector and very well-connected around the globe. His 40-year aviation career as international security specialist, pilot, mechanic, parachute rigger and accident investigator gives him the foundation to communicate at any level of the aerospace industry. Once A&STV is on air, Mr. Coleman will provide our aerospace relations for worldwide events, activities, content generation and government affairs.
Brad’s background in the motion picture business spans forty-five years in advertising, corporate, and entertainment production. Working through his Orlando studio, Florida Film & Tape, Brad and his team have been honored with well over one hundred local, regional and national awards. Since 1980 the majority of the work is in the marine and aviation industries, as well as entertainment content creation. Network credits include The Disney Channel, NBC Sports, PBS, National Geographic, TLC, CNN, CMT, BBC, Showtime, Bravo, Discovery, History and HBO.
Born in 1935 on a dairy farm in Stockbridge, MA, Dr. Musgrave rode combines at 5, drove trucks and tractors at 10 and when alone in remote fields, repaired them by 13. He never finished high school, becoming a Marine and going to Korea, where he was an aircraft electrician and an engine mechanic. He started flying with the Marines and over the next 55 years accumulated 18,000 hours in over 160 aircraft. He was a NASA astronaut for over 30 years and is the only person to fly on all five Space Shuttle orbiters. He has 7 graduate degrees in math, computers, chemistry, medicine, physiology, literature and psychology. He has been awarded 20 honorary doctorates and was a part-time trauma surgeon during his astronaut career. Today he operates a palm farm in Orlando, FL, a production company in Sydney and a sculpture company in Burbank, CA. He is also a landscape architect, a concept artist with Walt Disney Imagineering, an innovator with Applied Minds Inc. and a professor of design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.
Six-time member of the U.S. National Aerobatic Team, Ms. Wagstaff is the first woman to win the title of U.S. National Aerobatic Champion. Her airplane is displayed in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Pioneers of Flight Gallery next to a replica of Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed Electra. She is a member of numerous aviation halls of Fame.
Col. Walter J. Boyne
Col. Boyne served as Director of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, and has written more than 1,000 articles, 44 non-fiction books and seven novels on aviation and space. Col. Boyne was a nuclear test pilot with the 4925th Nuclear Test Group flying B-47’s and B-52’s at Kirtland Air Force Base.
In addition to producing several aviation television series hosted by Neil Armstrong, Mr. Tuttle served as COO for the launch of three music video satellite and cable programming services and is the creator/publisher of major educational media catalog. He has extensive knowledge and experience within the fields of aviation and space programming and has worked with numerous national broadcasters and the Smithsonian Institution.
John Cudahy served twice as the president of the first International Council of Airshows (ICAS), a post he first took in 1997. He is a veteran in the association management field, including posts with three other professional organizations. He has an in-depth understanding of all facets of airshow promotion and operations.
Mr. Stott founded ManSat, Ltd., the international firm specializing in telecommunication satellite orbital filings, co-founded commercial space transport venture Excalibur Almaz, and is a Member of International Space University’s Board of Trustees and Faculty. He also serves on the Board of the International Institute of Space Commerce. He is the author of Europe’s first work on space privatization and commercialization, “A Space for Enterprise; the Aerospace Industries After Government Monopoly”
Boarding is now open for Air & Space Television. Initial seed funding for the network was closed Fall 2008. Our Group is in discussions with investors for remaining preferred ownership interests as well as a subsequent round of start-up funding. Qualified investors may contact the company via email at Benjie@AirandSpace.TV or Brad@AirandSpace.TV.
Note: This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to purchase securities. An offer or sale of securities may be made only to accredited investors (as defined in Regulation D promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended) and in compliance with federal and state securities laws.
There are literally hundreds of TV channels about everything from animals to zombies. But nothing dedicated to humankind’s oldest dream and greatest achievement – until now.
Air & Space Television will soon be on the air with exciting programming all about the worlds of spaceflight and aviation.
With everything from classic programs to thrilling new high-def productions, you will be inspired by the adventure, sport and lifestyle surrounding flight on Earth and into space.
Whether you’re fascinated by the people and stories, whether you want to see life on the edge or just love learning, from the passion of flight to the intrigue of space exploration,
Air & Space TV will have something to engage and intrigue you.
The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 – 1882)