I’m back from Colorado and What On Earth’s TV broadcast premiere on one of their PBS stations. They flew me in to appear during pledge breaks! I had such a good time – limos chauffeuring me around, being put up at a hotel, and getting to talk crop circles with a couple of wonderful gals from the station who I think made those pledge breaks interesting. Same situation as with Rosie O’Donnell, who bought me to Chicago a few weeks ago, where I snuck in under the wire to be her very last guest on her very last OWN show. This is the life, and if anyone who has connections to any PBS stations or even tips about an edgier one than most, let me know. I’ve got my package to send. Included is this lovely email I got about how well we did in Colorado, with $5,000 being considered a good showing!
Thank you so much for working with us in the acquisition of WOE and taking the time to come and visit CPT12!
You are fabulous to work with. No one has made it so easy in helping with the direction of content for the pledge breaks and the outreach and promotion! Plus you are terrific on-air. Scoring interviews on both the David Sirota Show and 9News is unprecedented. And – we had a great pledge night!
You brought something special to the Colorado Community. The crew and station – and viewers – were energized and excited and it’s great to present something important that moves people to think and discuss.
I hope to stay in touch with you and work together again in the future! We have several more airings of WOE this weekend and I’ll let you know the overall performance next week.
Sincere thanks for the work you do and I’m so happy to have had the opportunity to meet you and work with you! You and your films are inspiring.
Shari Bernson Director of Development / Executive Producer, Colorado Public Television
Shari sent me an email today. She said, “We are still elevated from WOE and having you out here. The crew was still talking about it all last week,” and she gave me a couple of supporter comments:
Jean online says, “I just wanted to commend you for broadcasting the show about Crop Circles on Thursday night. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing a TV show that was willing to look beyond traditional science explanations about what’s going on in our world. There are too many shows on other channels that completely ignore the spiritual connections throughout our planet. Kudos to Channel 12 for having the courage to show a program like that! I hope to see more shows like it in the future!”
Robert on a pledge form says, “This show is Brilliant!!!!”
Here’s four minutes of me on Channel 9 (NBC) News, the morning of the PBS showing.