"Translators4Kids" on Italian TV on April 12!
Thread poster: Marion Schimmelpfennig

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Apr 11, 2007

The international charity Translators4Kids (T4K), which was born on ProZ.com, was recently invited to appear on the Italian talkshow "A tu per tu".*

We can now inform you that the interview is scheduled to be aired on Thursday, 12 April 2007, at 3.30 p.m. CET on Channel Sat2000.

For those not in Italy, please note that it may also be possible to see the programme via satellites such as HotBird and Sky or via digital TV. The show is also rebroadcast by local TV stations.

Try not to miss this exciting event that has the potential to have an impact on increasing T4K's visibility. Let's also hope that it will be the first of many such appearances.

For more information about T4K or about how you can help, please visit our website at http://www.translators4kids.com

* Hosted by Father Don Mazzi, a well-known Italian priest-educator and founder of the association Exodus, who has devoted his life to helping young drug addicts


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