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Hampshire TV Series to Interview 2016 Presidential Candidates Starting Feb. 27
WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 25, 2015) — Save the Children Action Network today announced that
it will sponsor the influential New Hampshire-based WMUR-TV’s “Conversation
with the Candidate,” a series of 30-minute forums featuring one-on-one
interviews with prospective 2016 presidential candidates.
The first forum will air on Friday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. ET on
WMUR Channel 9 and WMUR.com and will feature a conversation with potential
Republican presidential candidate George Pataki, the former governor of New York.
“Save the Children Action Network is pleased to sponsor
WMUR’s ‘Conversation with the Candidate,’” said Mark Shriver, president of Save
the Children Action Network. “We believe that all kids deserve a strong start,
that's why we’re working to make high-quality early education a reality for all
kids. This series will help us raise the profile of this vital issue.”
“Conversation with the Candidate” will air on WMUR-TV on
Friday evenings and will be available to stream online at wmur.com. In addition
to the 30-minute show that will air on television, there is another 30-minute
segment that will be available online. The one-on-one interviews with
candidates will be conducted by WMUR News and will feature questions from a
studio audience made up of New Hampshire voters. In the past, all major
candidates have availed themselves of the opportunity to be on this program, as
WMUR is the only New Hampshire-based national network affiliate.
A list of scheduled speakers will be available at wmur.com.
Individuals interested in attending one of the forums should contact Save the
Children Action Network at email@example.com
About Save the Children Action Network
Founded by Save the Children in 2014, Save the Children Action Network is a new organization dedicated to mobilizing Americans around a commitment that cannot wait — investing in early childhood now. Established to expand Save the Children's capacity to transform young lives, Save the Children Action Network engages our government, businesses, partner organizations and supporters to take bold action and to hold our elected leaders accountable for the youngest, and too often forgotten, global citizens — our children.