Press Release: AIM Tell-A-Vision® Group (AIM TV), producers of the veteran syndicated travel weekly “Raw Travel” will extend its run courtesy of “Raw Travel Rebooked”, featuring the library of over 200 episodes across select broadcast stations for seasons 11 and 12 (through 2025).  Additionally, the producers have announced plans to continue to produce a limited number of unique “one-off” original episodes, which will circulate into the “Rebooked” episodes.

“With our library of 200-plus, mostly-evergreen episodes, we can cycle one show weekly for four years without repeating. The ability to curate content from our library means viewers will see extraordinarily diverse travel experiences from scores of destinations. One week we can showcase urban exploration in Asia, the next backpacking in Africa or Latin America, and the next, an R.V. Road Trip in the USA,” said Robert G. Rose, Executive Producer and Host of the series.

“We plan to supplement this diversity,” Rose continued, “with brand new content from a very selective pool of potential destinations. Without such intense deadlines, our team can become even more committed and diligent with creative, entertaining, and inspirational storytelling.”

In addition to creating new episodes, the producers plan to support enhanced marketing and grassroots promotion with never-before-seen content such as international segments, web-cut extras, producer commentary, did-you-knows, behind-the-scenes and refreshed content.

The current season of “Raw Travel” is available on all-time high of over 200 TV stations in 180 cities (representing over 96 percent) of U.S. television homes. Incumbent stations have the first right of refusal to carry “Raw Travel Rebooked” along with the limited roster of originals.

For the current season, Robert Rose filmed on-location in Poland and Ukraine in June 2022 to profile the many big-hearted volunteers making a difference. Raw Travel continues its support of Ukraine by partnering with and “Keep The Kids Learning” to provide medical and other lifesaving supplies and help Ukrainian refugee children stay in school. Rose is planning a return film trip to Ukraine this summer.

Over its ten seasons, “Raw Travel” has raised funds and highlighted dozens of non-profit organizations helping the unhoused, orphaned children, people with disabilities, displaced refugees, etc., as well as encouraging earth stewardship, sustainable living, and travel with a purpose.