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KBYU-TV to air “March of the Penguins” March 7

Join KBYU-TV Channel 11 on Saturday, March 7, at 3 p.m. for a special airing of “March of the Penguins,” the Oscar-winning documentary narrated by Morgan Freeman.

Award-winning director and cinematographer Luc Jacquet took the documentary genre to new heights – and depths – with his first feature film “March of the Penguins,” a stunning insider’s look at the life of the emperor penguin. This family-friendly and inspiring special presents never-before-captured footage of the penguins’ underwater life and explores their steadfast quest for monogamous mates.

“March of the Penguins,” written by Jacquet and narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Freeman, won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature in 2006.

For information about rebroadcast dates and times, visit: www.kbyutv.org.

Writer: Brady Toone

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