Studio 12 Program about Rocky Mountain News' "Deadly Denial" Available on KBDI Video-on-Demand
DENVER – (August 4, 2008) – “Deadly Denial,” the television program of KBDI-Channel 12 that focused on the Rocky Mountain News’ series about the government’s treatment of sick and dying workers who built nuclear arms during the Cold War, is now available for viewing via the video-on-demand service of the KBDI website.
“Studio 12” Program Host Tamara Banks interviewed Laura Frank, the Rocky Mountain News reporter who wrote the “Deadly Denial” series, and Peter Turcic, the director of the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program at the Department of Labor. Turcic had previously not responded to Frank’s questions during the newspaper’s investigation.
Also appearing in the program were Charlie Wolf, a former project manager at Rocky Flats, and Greg Austin of the Cold War Patriot Advisory Committee.
The program is available at www.kbdi.org.
Each week “Studio 12” explores hot issues and fascinating topics with provocative and knowledgeable guests. “Studio 12” is only primetime television show in Colorado that encourages viewers at home to call in and join the discussion.
Complete video on demand link: http://www.kbdi.org/on_demand/video_player.cfm?series=17056994
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