CET's Jewish-Muslim special tonight
They want to promote dialogue, but tonight’s big Jewish-Muslim perspectives special on CET with the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) will be a passive experience for most. Viewers won’t be able to call or email questions during "Jewish-Muslim Relations: A Cincinnati Perspective" (, Ch 48) to speakers Dr. Inayat Malik, a Muslim, and Jerome Teller, a Jew. All questions will come from the invitation-only studio audience. The NCCJ and CET wanted a “balanced” audience of Muslims, Jews and Christians, so studio seating was not open to the public. The TV show was an outgrowth of a presentation by NCCJ board members Malik and Teller at a board meeting earlier this month.
Fox shows on the net
If you missed Monday’s season premiere of "Prison Break," you don’t have to watch (or record) the repeat at today on Fox (Chs 19, 45). Fox announced that it will stream the first three episodes of "Prison Break" and the new "Vanished" on more than 50 Internet portals to build buzz. Each week’s episode will be available for seven days -- for free, and commercial free -- until the next new show airs on Monday nights. They’re posted now on Fox.com, AOL.com, Google video, Yahoo, TVGuide.com and many other sites, Fox says.