Peter Thomas Senese Hosts Television Special On International Parental Child Abduction On National Missing Children’s Day

Peter Thomas Senese Hosts Educational Television Special On International Child Abduction On National Missing Children’s Day

New York City Metropolitan area airing of ‘International Parental Child Abduction: A Pandemic’ which I hosted will air this Saturday at 8:30pm on Time Warner channel 56, Cablevision channel 69, Fios channel 44, and RCN channel 84 and also streamed online at the same time (Saturday at 8:30 PM) in conjunction with International Missing Children’s Day.

The segment is rather direct: Summer is when the majority of kids are abducted: this is how to stop their kidnapping. Its purpose very straight-forward: to simplify the risk factors of child abduction that occur during the summer school vacation and provide suggested steps on how targeted parents can protect their children.

The show will air in the 19 million person New York Metropolitan area this evening and is expected to be released thereafter in numerous communities around the United States.

To watch the show via web feed, please visit: http://bricartsmedia.org/community-media/bcat-tv-network (Channel 3).

A special thank you to Mark Sullivan for directing the educational segment, and to the indefatigable Carolyn Vlk and Joel Walter, Esq. for their writing contributions.

As history has demonstrated, sharing direct and straight-forward educational messages about child abduction prevention has helped many families targeted for kidnapping. God willing, the airing of ‘International Parental Child Abduction: A Pandemic’ will reach others who it is intended to reach.

In addition to this direct educational segment, I am happy to share that production of ‘150,000 Internationally Kidnapped Children’ is expected to wrap mid-Summer, 2013. The documentary film is a rather different production than tonight’s airing.

On International Missing Children’s Day, I ask each of you to raise your voice and help raise awareness of abduction.

Kindest regards to all,

Peter Thomas Senese
The I CARE Foundation

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