KBDI, PBS Denver, to Premier Camp FEMA on Saturday, March 6th

KBDI, PBS in Denver CO, continues to be the leader for alternative programming by premiering the movie "Camp FEMA" produced by William Lewis and Gary Franchi to air this Saturday, March 6th. KBDI has been the pioneer station for alternative programming by offering up controversial documentaries that help challenge the status quo and educate a dormant public about what is really going on around them. It began with Aaron Russo's "Freedom to Facism" and went onto other notable documentaries such as Kyle Hence & Ray Nowosielski's "Press for Truth" and Richard Gage's "Blueprint for Truth". Both of these documentaries still rank 3rd and 5th respectively as most talked about on KBDI's website.

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Denver, Co, February 26, 2010 – Denver’s PBS station, KBDI, is not shy when it comes to informative programming. And just to prove it, Denver-area viewers are in for a shock as KBDI gets ready to host the first mainstream television debut of Camp FEMA. The film will air on Saturday, March 6, 2010, at 8:30 pm. Producer Gary Franchi will be live in the studio for this much-anticipated debut.

Franchi was thrilled. “Overjoyed is an understatement! Having Camp FEMA broadcast on PBS is truly a milestone for our entire movement,” Franchi stated from his studio just north of Barak Obama’s stomping grounds, Chicago, IL, “millions of people will now be exposed to the harsh reality that ‘Camp FEMA’ reveals, not just about internment camps in America but about the mentality of the leadership who no longer views the Constitution as their guiding document.”

“We are thrilled to be working with KBDI again, and are honored that they chose to air Camp FEMA along with America: Freedom to Fascism,” says Lewis, who enjoys the fact that KBDI, while being a public television channel, is not afraid to shake things up by airing controversial programming for their viewers.

The extremely informative, yet highly controversial, film has caused quite an uproar among freedom loving, grass roots organizations and those fed up with two-party politics across the United States. Franchi and director William Lewis expose for their audience the legislation being used to authorize FEMA camps, define what an internment camp is as well as whether or not American citizens have been housed in them before, reveal who the “new terrorists” are and much more. The guests are a veritable Who’s Who among truth-seeking United States citizens.

“KBDI deserves all the support we can give them for getting this crucial information on the broadcast airwaves,” Franchi says of KBDI. Viewers in the Denver area will have three opportunities to catch Camp FEMA. For those who miss the March 6th presentation, it will be rebroadcast on March 7th at 1:30 am and again on March 13th at 9 pm.

Camp FEMA is available on DVD and can be seen online at http://CampFEMA.com

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