Broadcast Schedule and Carriage Info

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Here are the channel listings for The Other Holy Land for upcoming months. You will find one listing by city and one listing by state.
If you should miss an airdate, contact your local PBS station and ask them to air it again.
There is a sample "script" you can use below the channel listings, if you are not sure what to say.
Plus, you can buy your own DVD elsewhere on this website.  http://www.frankfrostproductions.com/store/

A.  Carriage by City  updated 6-9-13
TOHL carriage report 6-8-13


B.  Carriage by State  updated 6-9-13
TOHL carriage report by State 6-8-13
 




HERE ARE SOME GUIDELINES AND WORDS TO HELP YOU TALK TO YOUR PUBLIC TELEVISION STATION

Ask for the program manager. Voice messages can be effective even if you don’t get a call back. Calls from local viewers can be the deciding factor in a station or ptv network of stations scheduling this program.

Here is a sample script to be used verbatim or in your own words. In either case, you want to sound conversational (not like you are reading or reciting it).

“I’m calling (or writing) to ask if (your local PTV station or network) is planning to schedule ‘The Other Holy Land’? This documentary will be available to public TV stations by NETA on March 14. My family and friends"  or  "I and other members of (name of your organization or group or church or parish) are really interested in watching and promoting any broadcasts the station schedules."

If the person at the station is not familiar with the film and/or asks what it is about:
“This documentary explores the earliest history and growth of Christianity in Asia Minor, now the country of Turkey.”

Additional info/comments if needed:

The Other Holy Land I understand will enable us viewers to experience the contrast between booming modern Turkey and ancient Christian and pagan sites, including ancient churches carved out of rock. We can rediscover the early communities that welcomed Paul of Tarsus and John the Evangelist. So it sounds very educational for all.