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New Initiative: Recomend the Crash Course to your local PBS Station

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  • Fri, Feb 20, 2009 - 05:21am

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    New Initiative: Recomend the Crash Course to your local PBS Station

Hello Brigade Members,

Last week Chris had a terrific local success–Springfield, MA’s PBS affiliate, WGBY, produced a presentation of the Crash Course that was broadcast live in the Western MA area. You can view a free streaming video of the event here:


http://www.wgby.org/podcasts/index.html

The production looks great and captures much of the energy of the seminars in a TV-ready format. We see this is a tremendous opportunity to spread the word and bring in a new audience for the Crash Course, but your help and enthusiasm will be crucial in this effort! We encourage you to contact your local PBS affiliate station (you can find your station here: http://www.pbs.org/stationfinder/index.html) and request that they pick up the Crash Course. The more support we can get, the more likely the Crash Course will be picked up nationwide. Call them or email them and direct them to the first link above, expressing your enthusiasm for the message and content and how eye-opening and engaging you feel it would be for audiences in your area.

If you contact your station, please post an update about your experience in a reply to this message.

Thank you, Brigade Members, for your continued support. You are absolutely integral in spreading the word, and we could not do what we do without you!

Sincerely,
Lucas Altic
Director of Volunteer Operations
PeakProsperity.com

  • Fri, Feb 20, 2009 - 05:25am

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    Re: New Initiative: Recomend the Crash Course to your …

Sorry the formatting was all messed up on that.  Don’t know what happened…

Luc

  • Fri, Feb 20, 2009 - 01:51pm

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We emailed the hour long clip to a friend of ours who is a Program Director at WHRO here in Virginia.  He emailed back after watching and said they had ordered the full program from WGBY.  Not sure at this point if they are going to present the WGBY broadcast material but they have it and are evaluating it.  Our foot is in another door.

 

  • Sat, Feb 21, 2009 - 09:38pm

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    Re: New Initiative: Recomend the Crash Course to your …

I’ll be on this as soon as I get done with finals 4/11/09 … Don

  • Wed, Feb 25, 2009 - 04:33pm

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Placed a phone call to ETV, the PBS affiliate in South Carolina.  Recommended the program that was shown on WGBY to Sheryl Nunnley, in the Program department.  Gave her the WGBY web site reference so that she could view the PODCAST.

 

Placed a phone call to GPD, the PBS affiliate in Georgia.  Recommended the program that was shown on WGBY to Ryan Fowler, the Program Manager.  Gave him the WGBY web site reference so that he could view the PODCAST. 

  • Sat, Mar 14, 2009 - 10:29pm

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sent to Rocky Mountain PBS & KBDI in Denver (both local PBS stations)

Dr Chris Martenson of PeakProsperity.com has spent 5 years of his life creating an informative video series available to the general public at no charge.  This video series is meant for, and understandable by, the average citizen on the street.  The topics are:  Energy, Economics and the Environment.  The description is how these 3Es are not separate topics, but, in fact, must be understood and addressed as a whole.  Chris has an amazing talent for bringing together seemingly diverse facts in a manner that every citizen can understand which brings the listener to a place of understanding about our "big picture" situation here and now.
The exciting news is that Chris did a fund raising video for a PBS station in MA.  I think you would benefit from showing it locally during your next fund raising effort.  You can find the video at this URL:
https://www.peakprosperity.com/blog/pbs-streaming-video/13217
Please let me know what you think.  Thanks … Don


 

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