Tuesday, March 04, 2008

"Liberty Kids" on History Channel @ 7 a.m.

Pass the word.........
“Liberty’s Kids,” is being tested right now on The History Channel at 7:00 in the morning.

For the next ten days we need to get the word out to people like you who may favor putting an award winning animated series about the America’s Revolution on the air. As you know, this series was done with PBS and has received Emmy nominations (Two for Walter Cronkite’s rendition of Benjamin Franklin) and features an all star cast. This is a great show but it is hard to get shows like this on TV when so many toy and game supported shows fill up the network time.

This is an important opportunity for us to let The History Channel know that they will be rewarded by bringing this type of programming to kids.

Thank you for your time and please let others know that we are on the air for the next ten days at 7 in the morning (except for Sunday).

Sincerely,Mark Bennett<> http://www.dicentertainment.com

This is only a test marketing of the show. The History Channel needs to know that this is the kind of programming, we as parents want for our children. So, tune in and watch, then contact The History Channel and let them know how much you and/or your children enjoy the program. If the show does well, the producer's are prepared to create more programs highlighting other historical eras in American History.
How to Contact The History Channel
The History Channel doesn't exactly make contacting them simple so, here are the steps to follow, in order to send your comments about Liberty's Kids.
Visit The History Channel website using their contact form.
Select the following...
Step 1 - Scroll down to "Programming"
Step 2 - Select "Program Comments"
Step 3 - Select "Where do I send comments about a specific show?"
Click Submit
A new page will open, select "Contact Us", which will open a pop-up form for you to fill out.
On the form select "Programming/TV Listings" from the menu and complete the rest of the form.

I briefly stated "Thank you for running Liberty Kids. Please continue."

1 comment:

Momto5Minnies said...

My oldest used to love that show on PBS. I'll have to follow your idea ... we are studying the American Revolution right now. This would be perfect for my 2 girls!