Detail For Show: Whistle Where You Work


Show Description:

Whistle Where You Work is a program which focuses on whistleblowing and free speech issues. The show consists of two segments. First, a round-table discussion about a topic related to free speech, whistleblowing, or civil liberties issues with prominent guests form the Washington, D.C. nonprofit world. The second segment features a one-on-one interview with a prominent whistleblower, detailing their personal struggle to expose the truth. New programs are uploaded, on average, every two weeks.

Notes to Stations About This Show:

Whistle Where You Work is a program which focuses on whistleblowing and free speech issues. It is a program created and produced by the Government Accountability Project (GAP), the nation's leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization.

The show consists of two segments. First, a round-table discussion about a topic related to free speech, whistleblowing, or civil liberties issues. As GAP is a respected, national organization with excellent ties to the Washington, D.C. nonprofit world, this panel features representatives from prominent nonprofits and respected journalists. On previous programs, our panel topics have included: The Future of American Energy, Fixing the Department of Justice, the New FISA legislation, the State of Food Safety in America, and Consumer Product Safety Protection. Guests for our panels have included representatives from the ACLU, Center for American Progress, Public Citizen, US PIRG, Food & Water Watch, and Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.

The second segment features a one-on-one interview with a prominent whistleblower, detailing their personal struggle to expose the truth. On previous programs, we have spoken with Arlington National Cemetery whistleblower Gina Gray and FDA whistleblower Susan Wood, among others. Future programs will feature noted whistleblowers Coleen Rowley (of the FBI) and Dr. Jeffrey Wigand (of "The Insider" fame).

You can check out any of our previous programs at our show's Web site - www.WhistleblowerTV.org.

The program is updated, on average, every two weeks. For any more information, contact show producer Dylan Blaylock at dylanb@whistleblower.org.

Type of Show: Multiple episode series

Target Viewing Market: National (US)

State of Production and/or Target State or Province: other

Frequency of Episodes: Approximately every 14 days

Show Producer: Dylan Blaylock

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