Crossroads/CTS TV to Air Canadian Exclusive Sarah Palin Interview
April 21, 2010
BURLINGTON, Ontario, Canada, (christiansunite.com) -- She has been criticized, ostracized, loved, hated and imitated, but she is changing the face of politics. An interview with Sarah Palin, former Governor of Alaska, U.S. Vice Presidential Candidate, pro-life supporter and advocate for children with special needs, will be shown in a special edition of Always Good News on CTS TV (www.ctstv.com), Wednesday, April 21st at 5:30 pm EST and again at 12:00 noon EST on April 22nd.
The entire interview will also be featured within Canada's longest running daily TV program, 100 Huntley Street, airing the following Tuesday on April 27th at 9 am on CTS TV and Global.
As the only Canadian Television interview on this visit north, Connie Smith who hosts Always Good News (AGN) will be tracking Palin's meteoric rise from small town Alaska hockey Mom, to international celebrity, and most recently the darling of the Tea Party Movement that has shaken the U.S. political system with it's strong opposition to growing government and higher taxation.
"The interview was great", says Ms. Smith, "It was one of only two granted by Governor Palin. The other was a print news outlet. I caught up with her on camera after she spoke to a crowd of 900 people at Carmen's Banquet Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, recently where she was instrumental in raising $50,000 for The Charity of Hope for needy children." Connie Smith has been one of the most recognizable and engaging personalities on the air in Southern Ontario for more than 30 years. Since September 2009, Ms. Smith has been the Producer and host of Always Good News seen daily on CTS.
Sarah Palin is the author of the New York Times best seller, "Going Rogue: An American Life", a TV commentator and host of an upcoming multi-part reality style series on her home state of Alaska. As a wife, mother of five and grandmother, she has a unique, grass roots approach to issues that resonate with conservative individuals but is considered controversial by many media outlets.