The News Blimps were an alternative to the serious mainstream delivery found everywhere else. You got the stories of the day in a way more fun and freaky way. It was absolutely a perfect fit for the counterculture audience of WBLM.
It's no secret that he has an impressive array of fine t-shirts. Ryan is always representing something he's passionate about by wearing a branded short sleeved pullover when he's on TV. He wears everything from his favorite bands like the Grateful Dead and Phish to some of his favorite local Maine businesses.
His name is Jeremy Grant. This talented videographer is dedicated to capturing incredible natural Maine scenery and creatures on film in the hopes that we all get inspired to "go discover something awesome."
As you watch it you'll see an area full of with snowballs all over the place. If you look closely you'll realize that there are no footprints around them. So, who rolled these balls? Check out the quick video. It's kinda bizzah, dude.
It starts with a dazzling tunnel to cruise and takes us on a ride to see all kinds of wicked cool holiday scenes. And like we said, it's a drive-thru. So that means we can stay in the car with the heat on blast.
Check out his latest 3 minute video of his trip to the Allagash and you'll see why we follow him here at the Blimp. Let's take a trip way north to the 'Crown of Maine' when the brilliant colors of fall are beginning to burst. And to top it off, there are even some marvelous moose that appear.