At 10:00 p.m. eastern standard time I will be interviewed live via Skype, on NTN24. According to what the reporter told me:
NTN24 is the international news channel for Spanish-speaking audiences worldwide. NTN24 provides a complete coverage and information about Latin America, the U.S. and Europe through DIRECT TV, Sky and other cable systems such as TELMEX, TELEFONICA and UNE in different countries throughout the continent.
Are you going to speak Spanish? I only understand some spanish. I will watch for you.
There will be an interpreter.
How exciting!!! Congrats!
What was the topic of the interview? I couldn’t watch, needless to say, as I am not in Latin America, the US or Europe
I guess they did a report about the recent developments in the Etan Patz case. Their questions to me were quite general, though. How many missing children are there? (My response: Who knows?) Why does it take so long for cases to get solved? What’s being done, or should be being done, about this problem? etc.
How do you feel it went?
I think it went okay. It’s hard to tell because I couldn’t see the broadcast myself. But my sister and brother-in-law were in the room with me and heard what I said and they think I did all right.
They have three dogs. Fortunately the dogs were asleep and didn’t mess up the interview by barking or photobombing.
I’m waiting for ur Etan Katz post.
Is there a link where I can watch your interview online? I tried searching the NTN24 website but my spanish is no muy bueno 😉
I found a video stating that it was supposed to be about the U.S. commemorating National Missing Persons’ Day, but I watched the video (link here: http://www.ntn24.com/videos/estados-unidos-conmemora-el-di-049989-049989 ) and it just talked about the new developments in the Etan Patz investigation. Nothing really new — just how Etan was kidnapped while he was walking toward the school bus and about Pedro Hernandez and stuff — but no Ms. Charley Project.
I understand a whole lot of Spanish but my Spanish speaking vocabulary ain’t that hot. Still, I know just enough to conduct business in Mexico, which used to be useful to me when I was in high school and the Spanish Club (of which I was a member) would take Saturday trips to Mexican border towns, but not so much now, when those same Mexican border towns we used to traipse about in are now bloody zones of murder and extreme violence.
Ok, just tried searching for “missing children” in Spanish (“niños desaparecidos”) and couldn’t find anything with you in it. I has a sad. Could you e-mail one of the NTN24 people to find out whether your interview is going to be posted online?
If it doesn’t show up within the next day or so I will. I want to see it too.
ME ALEGRO MUCHO ESPERARE POR VER EL REPORTAJE… LEO EL CHARLEY PROJECT DESDE HACE MAS DE UN AÑO… TE FELICITO POR ESTA GRAN LABOR… MUCHISIMOS SALUDOS DESDE COLOMBIA UN ABRAZO MEAGHAN…!