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18 minutes | Feb 4, 2017
Angels Down Below
On this episode of Shark Bait, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda talks about the pros and cons of rain in California, how corals can predict the weather, and NASA going to the depths of the ocean instead of the stars. Your contender of this episode is a sneaky little fella who's name does not mean it is a saint nor holy figure. It is also often confused to be part of the ray family. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
20 minutes | Jan 7, 2017
Ugly Unicorn of the Sea
On this episode of Shark Bait, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda will talk about the breaking news - and heart breaking - death in the Sea World family, President of the Ocean, and a website that Sylvia Earl - founder of Mission Blue - has put up that gives tips to oceanographers. Your contender of the episode is kind of like the ugly unicorn of the sea with very odd features. She also talks about going to New York for the second time in a row to compete for Best Collegiate Podcast in the Country again through the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System which is the most prestigious award to be given. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
5 minutes | Dec 2, 2016
2017 IBS Admission Sound Check
This episode is just a sound check of one of Shark Bait's earlier episodes that Kiyomi Mitsuda produced. Shark Bait is a podcast where your host Kiyomi Mitsuda talks about what is happening in the oceanic community, highlight a shark of the episode to shed some light that they are not all big and bad, and also conduct interviews with shark experts and ocean lovers like world famous shark expert Doctor John McCosker. Shark Bait has also won Best Podcast in the Country by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting Systems on March 5, 2016 in New York and it has also won Best Podcast in 2016 at Academy of Art University where Kiyomi Mitsuda attends school. Kiyomi Mitsuda will be graduating Spring 2017 with a BA in Multi-Media Communication.
18 minutes | Nov 11, 2016
Indulge on Cookies this Political Season
On this episode of Shark Bait, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda speaks her views on the 2016 Presidential Election, Adidas new recycled shoes and jerseys, California's Proposition 67, and the Supermoon! Your contender of this episode is small but has an adorable bite. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
15 minutes | Oct 21, 2016
Bite Size: Interview with David McGuire
On this Bite Size episode, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda interviews the founder of Shark Stewards, David McGuire. He goes around the world to stop shark finning, he has worked on films such as 180 Degrees South and Reef of the Rainforest, and has also worked alongside with world famous Shark Expert Dr. John McCosker. Although not a doctor, he has all the traits and the heart of being one. Goes to show you do not need a fancy title to do what you love. All this and more on this Bite Size episode of Shark Bait.
17 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
A Whorl of a Time
On this episode of Shark Bait, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda takes a plunge into the deep on a storm glider for hurricanes, Obama making America great again by declaring the first national marine monument, and a new Hope Spot in by the Florida Keys. Your contender of this episode used to roam the depths of the ocean millions of years ago and is kind of like a unicorn. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
14 minutes | Sep 2, 2016
Fossils Live Among Us
Your host Kiyomi Mitsuda goes in depth of the presidential election with Hilary Clinton's proposal on a cleaner ocean if she becomes president, how Obama makes the largest protected piece of the ocean in his home of Hawai'i, and the breaking news story that not all hope is lost with the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. This episode's contender has been making recent headlines as being the oldest living vertebrae on this planet. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
30 minutes | Aug 6, 2016
Fastest Shark in the Wild Wild Blue
On this episode of Shark Bait, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda brings the awareness of smoking and how the cigarette butts slowly kills sea critters. The Coral Triangle is a new Hope Spot that is eight times bigger than the state of Texas. Norway has invented a new method of going over a body of water and it involves a floating highway. This episode's contender is the fastest shark in the world and it clocks in about 60 miles per hour. Kiyomi has also interviewed Nicky Leier from the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California about their shark program. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
20 minutes | Jul 16, 2016
Bite Size: Interview with Dr. Chris Lowe
Your host Kiyomi Mitsuda goes to California State of Long Beach to interview local shark expert, Dr. Chris Lowe. Dr. Chris Lowe is not just a professor at Cal State Long Beach but he is also a "Jaws" survivor - meaning he was there when Steven Spielberg came to the small island of Martha's Vineyard. Kiyomi asks about the sudden spike of Great White activity in Southern California along with his adventures as a scientist. There is also a tease on next years episode of Shark Week. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait: Bite Sized Edition.
20 minutes | Jul 8, 2016
Ship Wrecks and White Tips
This episode of Shark Bait, your host Kiyomi Mitsuda is going to talk recap on Shark Week along with Jaws Weekend. This episode contains the pollution disaster in Florida, a petition to stop selling plastic bags, and the lovely city of San Francisco who is as eco friendly as ever. The contender being featured this episode has a bone chilling story about the USS Indianapolis during World War II. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
20 minutes | Jun 10, 2016
Bulls in the Ocean... and Lakes?
Kiyomi Mitsuda talks about her trip to the beautiful country of Nicaragua. She also goes in depth on how a brewery is be more environmental friendly, an awesome volunteer trip to Fiji, shark sightings in Southern California, and glowing sharks. This episode's contender has a bit more allusive and is can be seen in places where you thought were not possible. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
6 minutes | May 17, 2016
Bite Size: Academy of Art Media Awards
Bite Size is baby episode of Shark Bait where your host Kiyomi Mitsuda talks about a breaking news story or something significant that has happened in the Shark Bait world. This episode of Bite Size, Kiyomi talks about Academy of Art's Media Awards and a new movie that could have the same out come as Jaws. All this and more on Shark Bait.
14 minutes | Apr 30, 2016
Whips, Reefs, and a Dash of Hope
For this episode of Shark Bait, Kiyomi Mitsuda is going to talk about Hope Spots that could be found all around the world, bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef, and a brand spankin' new reef found in the Amazon River. And as of this episode's contender? Well the only hint she can give you is this: Indiana Jones. All this and more on this episode of Shark Bait.
33 minutes | Apr 9, 2016
Tilikum, Obama, Whales, Oh My!
This episode of Shark Bait, Kiyomi Mitsuda talks about Sea World and their orca program, Obama stopping oil drilling once and for all, and a very special type of whale. She also sits down to talk to Dr. John McCosker who is a world famous shark expert.
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