Bill Keller TV: Platform, Yes; Agnostic, No

From: “Press Pitch”
Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2006 11:38 AM
Subject: Move Over Cheesy Late Nite Progarmming … Here Comes Bill!



The press has crowned him the “Dr. Phil of prayer” and the Next Big Thing in Mass Media Religion.”

On July 3rd America will meet the man behind the headlines–Bill Keller–who is taking on the rulers of late night TV with his groundbreaking program “Live Prayer With Bill Keller.”

WHAT: “Live Prayer With Bill Keller” is a live nightly television show that tackles some of the toughest and most controversial issues of the day while offering inspiration to viewers and callers.

WHEN: “Live Prayer” will air Monday through Friday from Midnight to 1:00 a.m. ET/PT (11 p.m. to Midnight CT/MT).

WHERE: The i Network (formerly PAX TV). See the broadcast map below.

WHY: In a sea of late-night infommercials, cheesy sit-com re-runs, and racy talk shows, “Live Prayer with Bill Keller” offers a fresh and exciting alternative to traditional late-night programming.

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