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Video Production

Meet the award-winning AMA video production team!

Mike Bibbo

Michael Bibbo has been a television producer for nearly 20 years and has more than 250 television programs to his credit. In 2000, Michael joined Kevin Krigsvold to co-produce a new program for NASA called "Destination Tomorrow." Together they created 25 programs over five years that have aired globally and won a regional Emmy Award in 2001. In 2007, Bibbo co-created one of NASA's most successful outreach programs, NASA 360. This vodcast/television series has over 16 million downloads. It was the first NASA program to air on Hulu and is still broadcasted nationally and internationally on-board numerous airlines. Along with accepting a Capital Region Emmy Award in 2008 for editing on NASA 360, Bibbo was nominated for a National Daytime Emmy Award in June, 2011. Michael also produced and directed two live interactive Space Station programs for NASA for an audience of more than 15 million viewers.  

Kevin Krigsvold               

Kevin Krigsvold is an Emmy award-winning producer who has been producing television shows since the early 1990s. A member of the Pamunkey Indian tribe, Kevin spent his formative years on the Pamunkey Indian Reservation in King William County Va. After leaving the Reservation, he received a bachelors degree in Speech Communication at Old Dominion University, in Norfolk, Va., and his Masters Degree from Hampton University in Hampton, Va. He has been a member of many production teams, which have produced innovative and exciting programming for television. Kevin currently works at NASA Langley Research Center under a contract with Analytical Mechanics Associates, and lives in Norfolk, Va., with his wife and two children.


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