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.
Justice Network will air the U.S. premiere of two new compelling original series, Killing Spree and Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer premiering back-to-back starting Sunday, March 6, 9/8C. These original series are a first for the Justice Network, which celebrated its one-year anniversary in January. Killing Spree and Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer give viewers an inside look into what makes killers tick both using first hand accounts as well as expert analysis.
Justice Network is celebrating several milestones on its one-year anniversary including the launch of two new original series, distribution in almost half of the United States and numerous high-profile successes for its one-of-a-kind BeSAFE initiative.
In less than one year, Justice Network, the free, over-the-air multicast television network has held strong to its mission of making communities safer and made a significant difference across the country. Through their newly branded and refreshed campaign, BeSAFE, the network features most wanted fugitives, missing child alerts and safety tips which have aided law enforcement in many recoveries.