At pbs.org, this powerful video ranked as the first Most Watched video for at least ten days, after which it ranked within the top eight Most Watched for weeks, and it was the first or second Most Shared video at this national website for weeks after it aired at Colorado Public Television, Channel 12 (CPT12) on August 18, 2012.
Until September 24, 2012, it was viewed in 179 different countries from many and disparate online sources. There were nearly 296,000 online views of the film; of these, there were nearly 95,000 unique views.*
UPDATE: By November 13, 2012 there were 957,361 views of the film; of these, there were 831,0121 unique views!*
To date, CPT12.org has over 50,000 hits on the Experts Speak Out webpage –a record breaker! There are 275 online comments–one of the highest number of comments for a specific program in the station’s history.
The vast majority of these comments were extremely positive, in which words such as “gratitude,” “courageous,” “thank you,” and “relief” were repeated time and again. These comments came from many states in our nation and from many countries around the world, including Austria, Australia, Canada, England, The Netherlands, Portugal, Germany, New Zealand, Denmark, and Ireland.
We are unaware of any hit pieces by the media appearing in response to this showing: such pieces did appear following some of the previous 9/11 Truth films aired by CPT12.org.
Indeed, our small, independent Colorado station packs a big punch. So far, we can still view the film online, and we can still show our thanks to this station with our donations. This is a good time to alert your friends and family to this PBS special!
Purchasing copies of the two-DVD set at Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and giving these as gifts with a respectful request for feedback is a very good option as well. In spite of the mainstream media’s near-blackout on this issue, our efforts are making a difference–thanks to all of you!
* Note: If a person restarts the program five times in one viewing session this counts as five views, but one unique view.