WorldNetDaily, the Internet’s leading independent newssite, is the focus of a feature story on the “.com” TV series, originally aired as paid programming on CNBC. It will re-air on BRAVO today at 8 a.m. Eastern time (11 a.m. Pacific) and again on Friday at 8 a.m. Eastern time (11 a.m. Pacific).
The “.com” program, hosted by “Star Wars” star Mark Hamill and
produced by TV Interactive, explores the latest technological
innovations and the rapidly evolving Internet landscape.
The segment on WorldNetDaily features interviews with founders Joseph
and Elizabeth Farah and tells the story of the newssite’s dramatic
growth to 1 million unique users as well as its emphasis on original,
hard-hitting investigative reporting into government corruption, fraud,
waste and abuse.
For those who miss the airing of the program on television, it
can also be viewed through streaming video on the
Based in Boca Raton, Fla., TV Interactive is a highly acclaimed producer of original television programming and pioneer in web-casting. TVI’s other productions include “Healthy Solutions” with Emmy-winner Mariette Hartley, “Women in Charge” with Nancy Glass and “First Priority” with Hunter Tylo.