Terra: The Nature of Our World
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|LifeOnTERRA ('TERRA: The Nature Of Our World')|
|Created by||Montana State University|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Original release||October 2005 – ongoing|
LifeOnTERRA (TERRA: The Nature of Our World), now in its tenth season, is the award winning science and natural history podcast series that explores the natural connections that propel life on Earth. Overseen by graduate students in the MFA program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University, LifeOnTERRA distributes independently produced science, nature, cultural, and environmental films. We are proud to bring you these unique stories from around the globe that celebrate the wonders of the natural world.
The content of these podcasts are contributed by numerous independent filmmakers, lending their talent and voices to issues concerning life here on planet earth. Our World. Your Stories. The site provides a full archive of previous podcasts.
LifeOnTERRA's (TERRA: The Nature of Our World's) website http://www.lifeonterra.com/ was launched in October 2006. This site features a new biweekly episode ready for viewing and downloading, along with its 8 seasons of documentary offerings. All videos are offered as QuickTime (.m4v).
The current website was launched in September 2013 and includes many features from the previous website, with a fresh new look. The website was designed and built by Jeff Reed.
Hosting for the Videos is provided by Vimeo.
Awards and nominations
As - TERRA: The Nature of Our World-www.lifeonterra.com is the winner of two 2013 WEBBY awards, the People's Voice Award and a WEBBY Award in the Green category. 
As - TERRA: The Nature of Our World—lifeonterra.com was a finalist at the 2008 Wildscreen Film Festival in Bristol in the "New Media" Category. 
As - TERRA: The Nature of Our World—lifeonterra.com was a Finalist at the 2007 SxSW Interactive Festival in the Student Category.
As - TERRA: The Nature of Our World-lifeonterra.com won the 2007 Webby for Student Online Film and Video ².
As - TERRA: The Nature of Our World—lifeoneterra.com was a finalist at the 2007 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival in the 'Best use of New Media Category'. ³. 4].
Shows airing on LifeOnTERRA have received many awards including Telly's, CINE's and numerous "Best of Festival" awards 1.
Seasons 1 - 10 of LifeOnTERRA (TERRA: The Nature of Our World) at http://www.lifeonterra.com/
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