The Silent Majority
09/19/2013 6:30 PM
09/23/2013 6:30 PM
The Silent Majority to Air on PBS station WEDU and affiliates September 19, 22 and 23rd A unique collaboration for the first time brings an independent film about teens to Public Television to celebrate National Recovery Month. The movie, “The Silent Majority”
shot in Florida and New York, directed by Leslie Glass and hosted by Lindsey Glass, founders of Reach Out Recovery, spotlights surprising programs that help teens stay alcohol and substance free and impacts their lives forever. PBS Station WEDU will produce
20 minutes of panel discussion by experts to accompany the film and will broadcast “The Silent Majority” six times in September and October to an audience of 5 million in 16 counties as a potential pilot for future programming on the subject.
Local PBS station WEDU and affiliates
Air times are unknown at time of posting. Checking local station listings for air time.
Celebrating National Recovery month and National Prevention month, the show is co-sponsored by the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, the Community Foundation of Sarasota County and Reach Out Recovery.
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