Nick Pope is an author, journalist and TV personality. Nick used to run the British Government's UFO Project and is now recognized as one of the world's leading experts on UFOs, the unexplained and conspiracy theories. In 2010 Bryce Zabel's co-authored the non-fiction book, A.D. After Disclosure: The People's Guide to Life After Contact, with UFO historian Richard Dolan. In 2008, Bryce won the WGA award for “Outstanding Longform Original” for the Hallmark miniseries Pandemic, a medical thriller which he wrote with his wife, Jackie. Previously, he scripted two other miniseries: the pirate adventure Blackbeard (2006, Hallmark), and the disaster epic The Poseidon Adventure (2005, NBC). From 2001 to 2003, Bryce served as Chairman/CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences -- the first writer/producer elected to this position since his boyhood idol, Rod Serling. He presided over the most tumultuous and transformational time in Academy history, taking office at a time when 9/11 forced the cancellation of the Primetime Emmys, not once, but twice.
At a time when there is reason to believe that the world is more ready than ever before to hear the evidence and arguments about the UFO phenomenon, the 9/11 issue threatens to undermine legitimate progress.