Bulova’s New YouTube Series Brings History to the Forefront
Through video interviews, the watch brand explores its important milestones.
The watchmaker has added a new series to its YouTube channel called the “Bulova Collector Series.”
The 10-part video series explores important Bulova moments and milestones.
WATCH: Bulova Collector Series featuring NASA’s Bob Sieck
He commented, “This Collector Series captures Bulova’s spirit of invention and details the pursuit of innovation and technology both within the timepiece industry, and beyond. I am honored to have spoken to some of the world’s top tastemakers to help Bulova tell its unique history of firsts and speak on topics that are still relevant today.”
Conversations range from Bulova’s relationship with NASA with former NASA Launch Director and Director of Shuttle Processing Bob Sieck, who talks about Bulova’s role in the Gemini and Apollo space missions, to Bulova’s role in music and American history with multiple Grammy-winning composer, producer, arranger, and guitarist Nile Rodgers.
The other guests are: historian Carl Rosen; Cool Hunting Editor-in-Chief David Graver; journalist Jason Heaton; Hodinkee Editor-in-Chief Jack Forster; journalist Roberta Naas; and Veterans Watchmaker Initiative Chairman Sam Cannan.
The full series is available to view now on YouTube.
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