The CatholicTV® Network’s Original Magazine Show, ClearVoice™, To Air It’s 50th Episode
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WATERTOWN, MA (February 9, 2012) The CatholicTV® Network’s Original Magazine Show, ClearVoice™, To Air It’s 50th Episode
On Thursday, February 9, 2012, at 8 PM, the CatholicTV Network’s Weekly News Magazine Show, ClearVoice™, will air its 50th episode. Guests on the 50th episode will include Emilio Estevez, discussing his movie "The Way" which is available on DVD and Blue Ray Fenruary 21, 2012, and Archbishop Gustavo Garcia Siller from the Archdiocese of San Antonio discussing bi-lingual Mass, immigration and an increase in Hispanic population.
ClearVoice is the CatholicTV Network's magazine show featuring news, topical stories of interest to Catholic and Christian viewers, and reports from Rome and the Holy Land. Television-news veterans John Monahan and Christine Caswell host this original CatholicTV series.
Since December 2010, in its first 50 episodes, the weekly show has interviewed guests including cardinals, archbishops, bishops, priests, sisters, Catholic activists, actors, authors, speakers and presidential candidates. Among the interviews in the ClearVoice archives are segments with John Allen, Jason Evert, Father James Martin, Jesse Manibusan, Cardinal Seán O'Malley, Sister Helen Prejean, Anna Sophia Robb, and Rick Santorum.
ClearVoice is hosted by John Monahan and Christine Caswell, both of whom have years of experience working as news reporters at secular news companies. ClearVoice is a magazine-style news show with interviews of notable Catholics exploring current issues of particular interest to Catholics.
John Monahan won an Emmy Award for his work as a news reporter. He is a communication consultant and coach to business professionals. Monahan has 17 years of experience in the news business. Monahan most recently reported for Fox25 News in Boston. During that time, he covered the presidential debates in 2000, the aftermath of the 9/11 tragedy, and was on assignment the night ‘Shoe Bomber’ Richard Reid attempted to blow up an American Airlines flight.
Christine Caswell has more than 20 years’ experience as a television and radio news journalist. She spent more than a decade in the major market of Boston. She has reported extensively on major criminal trials, including the O.J. Simpson trial in Los Angeles. Christine is currently Director of Media Workshop/Adjunct Professor in the Communication Department at Boston College.
New episodes debut Thursday nights at 8 p.m. with rebroadcasts throughout the week. Archived episodes are available at www.CatholicTV.com/ClearVoice.
CatholicTV is a nationally-broadcasted television network streaming a live feed 24 hours a day at CatholicTV.com. Heeding Pope Benedict XVI's call to greater utilize the power of television and new media, the CatholicTV Network features its cable TV station, Catholic web site, mobile apps and widget. Celebrate Mass online; pray The Rosary; enjoy programs on prayer, the saints, the Scriptures and the Catholic Church on America's Catholic Television Network.
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