Behind the Scenes

Looking for Youtube Channel Presenters

We are excited to announce that Ancient History Encyclopedia (http://www.ancient.eu) is teaming up with Past Preservers (http://pastpreservers.com) to create a Youtube channel of online history broadcasting, and we’re looking for presenters!

Were you born to be a presenter for ancient history videos?

Are you interested in becoming a presenter in the medium of the future? Do you have a passion for history and you want to inspire the digital generation to learn more about history? Then please get in touch! We’re looking for one male and one female presenter who are dynamic, passionate and excited about digital broadcasting. Our film crew is located on the US East Coast (NYC area), so geographical proximity is a must.

Recent studies show that online broadcasting (not TV) is where tomorrow’s audience goes for information and entertainment. This is a unique opportunity to get involved in what could become the number one channel in the future of online historical broadcasting!

If this sounds like something you would like to be part of, please email a copy of your CV (resume), two recent pictures and a short video clip telling us a little about yourself, your interests and why we should chose you. Please send to casting@pastpreservers.com.

Past PreserversPast Preservers has established itself as a major presence in the broadcast world by producing quality history-based non-fiction programming, by focusing on the creative aspect of each project including development, production, historical consulting and casting of on-screen experts and presenters. Past Preservers is the hub between the heritage and media worlds.

big_a_logo_300pxAncient History Encyclopedia is the world’s most popular ancient history website, with over 1,000,000 monthly visitors and over 300,000 social media followers. We’re passionate about history and we want to inspire our readers with the stories of the past. Our content is well-researched, engaging, easy to read, and freely available to everyone. History enthusiasts, students, and teachers from all over the world rely on Ancient History Encyclopedia for their information. It is used in many classrooms and courses because of its reliably high level of quality, which is ensured by careful content curation and editorial review.

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Jan van der Crabben

CEO & Founder of Ancient History Encyclopedia. When he's not working on AHE, he loves to spend time with his family going hiking, visiting historic places, or doing all-day BBQs in the garden with good real ale or whiskey.