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Irondale, AL (EWTN) – EWTN Global Catholic Network has the experts you need to round out your story on important Catholic issues, politics, entertainment, culture, the Vatican, moral issues, youth, TV and radio programming trends, and much more. Call us for interviews with the following people:
Raymond Arroyo is EWTNews Director, host of the weekly newsmagazine, "The World Over Live" and author of a string of New York Times Bestsellers ("Mother Angelica"(Doubleday)). He regularly appears on broadcast, cable, and radio to comment on Catholic controversies, politics, entertainment and cultural matters. Mr. Arroyo's writings have appeared in Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times and elsewhere. He has anchored more papal events than anyone in the industry.
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Father Mitch Pacwa is an in-demand speaker, author of dozens of books, and host of dozens of EWTN TV and radio programs, including “EWTN Live,” a weekly call-in show, and “Threshold of Hope.” Father Mitch is one of the leading experts on Islam and the Middle East, Church history and structure, ethical controversies, Catholic apologetics, and the writings of Pope John Paul II and the New Age Movement.
Joan Lewis, EWTN’s Bureau Chief since 2005, has had an extensive career in the Eternal City, including 15 years with the Vatican Information Service, part of the Holy See Press Office, as the English language writer and editor. She has been a member of Holy See’s delegations to Cairo, Copenhagen, Beijing, and Istanbul and attended conferences in Doha, Qatar on Christian Muslim Dialogue and on the Family. Few Americans know more about the Vatican and all things Roman than Joan Lewis.
Colin Donovan, Vice President of Theology for EWTN, is one of the hosts of the EWTN’s daily radio show, “Open Line,” an on-air question and answer forum. He has a Licentiate in Sacred Theology, with a specialization in moral theology, from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome. Prior to coming to EWTN in 1995, he taught Theology at Aquinas College in Nashville. He also holds a BTh from the Seminary of Christ the King in Mission, BC, Canada and a BA in Biological Science from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.
Father Mark, who was ordained in October 2003, co-hosts “Life on the Rock,” which is EWTN’s weekly show for youth and young adults. The program showcases people and topics of interest to Catholic youth. He traveled to Sydney, Australia to anchor EWTN’s coverage of World Youth Day 2008, a quadrennial papal event which has become the largest gathering of young people in the world and he also serves as co-host each year for the “West Coast Walk for Life.”
Michael Warsaw, EWTN’s CEO and President, joined the Network in 1991 and has held senior-level positions in the areas of television production, satellite distribution and distribution of international networks. He formerly served as Director of Communications and Assistant Director of Liturgy for the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. He holds a B.A. in Religion and Religious Education from The Catholic University of America, where he also did graduate work in the field of Liturgical Studies. As CEO of the world’s largest religious media organization, he has a broad knowledge of the cable television industry, religious media, and the Catholic Church.
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Doug Keck, EWTN’s Chief Operating Office and Executive Vice President, is also host of “EWTN Bookmark,” and anchors EWTN’s annual coverage of the “March for Life.” He previously served in senior level positions with Rainbow Programming, Cablevision, and Sportschannel New York, and worked in New York-area radio. During his over 30 years in media, he has been involved in the launch of more than 25 international, national and regional television networks. He can comment on programming and trends in both Catholic and secular television, radio, books and periodicals.
EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 28th year, is available in over 150 million television households in more than 140 countries and territories. With its direct broadcast satellite television and radio services, AM & FM radio networks, worldwide short-wave radio station, Internet website www.ewtn.com and publishing arm, EWTN, is the largest religious media network in the world.