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  • #41
    Re: Stop PBS!!!!

    Award-winning filmmaker Andrew Goldberg to appear on The John Ziegler
    show on KFI 640 AM Radio on March 16th to discuss the issues surrounding
    his upcoming PBS film `The Armenian Genocide'




    LOS ANGELES, CA (March 2, 2006)- KFI 640 AM, the largest talk radio
    station in the country, reaching some 1.5 million listeners in Southern
    California, has invited Andrew Goldberg, the director/producer of the
    upcoming PBS documentary THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE, to discuss live on air
    with host John Ziegler, the issues surrounding his film. Goldberg will
    appear on the John Ziegler show on Thursday, March 16th. The show airs
    from 7:00pm-10:00pm.


    The Armenian Genocide is the story of the first Genocide of the 20th
    century ` when over a million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman
    Turks during World War I.
    This unprecedented and powerful one-hour
    documentary, airing April 17th on PBS was written, directed and produced
    by Emmy Award-winning producer Andrew Goldberg of Two Cats Productions,
    in association with Oregon Public Broadcasting.


    According to KFI, their decision to invite Andrew Goldberg on the air
    was due to the many recent high-profile issues surrounding the film, and
    most recently an article in the Los Angeles Times. According to the KFI
    producer "Free speech issues are the bread and butter of our show, so
    naturally this issue is something we're looking forward to exploring in
    depth."

    Goldberg will be appearing for a segment of approximately 45 minutes in
    length on the acclaimed show, which airs every weeknight from 7pm to
    10pm.

    John Ziegler who has been a television and radio host and journalist for
    15 years is also author of the recently published "The Death of Free
    Speech.'


    Two Cats Productions is a documentary production company in New York
    City led by Andrew Goldberg. His television credits include PBS, ABC
    News, E!, CNN, and countless others. Goldberg and Two Cats' recent
    documentary productions include, A Yiddish World Remembered for PBS
    which won an Emmy in 2002, and The Armenians, A Story of Survival, which
    aired on PBS stations nationally in 2002 and was awarded the CINE Golden
    Eagle.
    Մեր շուրջը լեզուներ նոր ու հին,
    Մեր շուրջը կը խօսին այլօրէն,
    Ե՛կ, խօսի՛նք, եղբա՛յր իմ, հայերէն...
    Խաչիկ Դաշտենց

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    • #42
      Re: Stop PBS!!!!

      If you go to http://forum.armenianclub.com/showthread.php?t=7008 , read and listen... (AND read recent Ankap)

      I think you'll be very surprised!

      They didn't understand... but it won't take long to get a goal... (IF you do this...)

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      • #43
        Re: Stop PBS!!!!

        Originally posted by Anahita
        If you go to http://forum.armenianclub.com/showthread.php?t=7008 , read and listen... (AND read recent Ankap)

        I think you'll be very surprised!

        They didn't understand... but it won't take long to get a goal... (IF you do this...)
        You don't learn do you?
        Achkerov kute.

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        • #44
          Re: Stop PBS!!!!

          I do learn. I don't always understand. What are you trying to tell me? Can you help me understand what you are saying?

          I sometimes have thought that you don't learn.

          I told you before that I do not claim to be all-knowing or always right... I often change my mind with new information.

          However, I DO have a core ethic that I rarely change. I do welcome challenge, but I like the 'attack the message' and not the 'messenger' way of things. There is that karma thing (I don't think karma works on ideas or attacking ideas)...
          Last edited by Anahita; 05-03-2006, 09:15 PM.

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