JUSTICE NETWORK SOCIETAL MISSION REACHES MILESTONE
Over 100 missing children and most wanted fugitives featured on the network
August 28, 2017 - Atlanta, GA - The Justice Network announced that it has hit a milestone with its societal mission to make communities safer through its BeSAFE initiative. After two and a half years on-air, 101 most wanted fugitives and 103 missing children that have been featured on the network have been captured or returned to their families.
JUSTICE NETWORK AND JOHN WALSH PAY TRIBUTE TO THE MEN AND WOMEN IN BLUE DURING NATIONAL POLICE WEEK
Shining a spotlight the fallen as well as those who have gone beyond the call of duty
Justice Network, the free over the air broadcast network, is introducing a new face to the channel. Callahan Walsh, son of Justice spokesman John Walsh and Child Advocate at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), is joining the network as part of its BeSAFE initiative. Callahan will serve as a representative for NCMEC on-air and will alert viewers to missing children as well as provide tips and advice on how to keep children safe as well as what to do when a child is lost.
Justice Network, an over-the-air broadcast television network, announced today that it has signed agreements with major broadcasters, including Hearst, Tribune, Media General, Gray andUnivision as well as many other individual stations. These outstanding broadcasters join TEGNA in distributing Justice Network and its unique mission to make communities safer while also providing quality entertainment.