TV and Missing Children Archives
Monday, August 22, 2005
TV and Missing Children
Imagine this: a TV channel devoted to one thing, Missing Children
You might have thought it was impossible to combine reality TV and kids in one TV show without harming children, but you’d be wrong if you did. Think about such a show that is all about the kids, for the kids, and dedicated to helping the kids.
If the missing teen in Aruba, the Amber alerts, the Megan laws, Bill O’Reilly’s on-going “don’t let the judges free predators” drive, and on and on, mean that we all care about these missing children a lot more than old MSM thinks, let’s have a show just for them. The finding of the Idaho kid was because the waitress remembers the kid from the newspaper, imagine the success of burning into millions of Americans minds the missing children faces and hopefully this will become the norm, not the exception.
That’s right, a Cable TV station with 24 hour a day stories on missing children, progress in cases, and primetime shows when we have success. I imagine, as a parent of 3, that losing a child would be devastating and that finding that child would be incredible. The coverage could have many angles, hot cases, on-going cases, cold files, milk cartons, predator updates, etc.
Now I know a lot of you worry about the political “use” of the channel by the typical race, age, and gender discriminators, like the MSM and other groups that perpetuate the discrimination industry (think US Gov and your tax dollars to name one). But I think if the real backbone (of all nations by the way) of the US comes together, the parents and children of the US, then we could overcome those offending types and make it work.
And I don’t know about you, but I can’t think of anything better than helping children.
Think about it…
Posted by Marc at 01:00 PM · Marc