Thursday, October 21, 2010

I'm on Spike TV Saturday on Columbine

This Saturday morning, Spike TV is rerunning the “Don’t Be a Victim” show on Columbine that featured me.

They use me as the sort of guide through the story for the first half of the 30-minute segment. It first ran a few months ago, but I didn't say much in advance, because I was not sure what to expect.

(I'm also not sure why my head is sideways. They filmed me on a green screen, BTW. I wasn't actually inside the high school this time, though I appear there the whole show.)

The show runs Saturday mornings, 9am-11am Eastern (check local listings for times in your area). I think my "What If?" segment runs first, though they might have changed that.

Here's the show's description of the episode:
The shootings at Columbine High School changed how law enforcement deals with an active shooter situation; do you know how to protect yourself if such an event occurs? We’ll hear from Columbine Principle, Frank DeAngelis and famed author Dave Cullen on what went wrong, and what law enforcement and citizens learned from the tragedy on What If?<

Video preview of this week’s block.


FYI, my Columbine Online site and Columbine Instructor Guide (Teacher's Guide) are both previewable in beta. And my Why Columbine? intro video is doing well, but could use links.

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