posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 11:28 PM
It's difficult with "tv companies". Firstly, a network, like BBC, ITV, E4 etc... would not get involved. Right out, I know they wouldn't. The only
folks you're likely to get involved would be a production company (the people who make the programmes for the networks) and even then, you may get a
small, fledgling production company on board - but they're certainly not going to fund it, you (or I for example) would still have to be the one to
secure funds for them.
The best I can think of is to get it mentioned on as many websites as possible, those are the easy places to target and generally always met with
enthusiasm and outright willingness to spread the word/help. From there you'd rely on the snowball effect as to whether any TV companies really get
involved. But for the first run, I don't think it's particularly worth trying to get the TV coverage.
Of course, it is fine - but would really require a PR person on the team. And then we begin stepping away from actual investigation to faffing around
just trying to create a media hype. I'm for the first particularly, not the latter, at this stage.
Thanks for all the new comments!