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May 19, 2007 

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Media Alert

As the Creation Museum prepares for its grand opening on May 28, we’re excited to report that the national (and international) media interest in a yet-to-open museum has been surprisingly huge. All the major TV networks and the largest newspapers in America have already taken construction tours, and many have filed their stories even before the museum has opened its doors!

We just learned that Ken Ham, AiG president, will be in studio for the FOX and Friends morning TV show on Monday (May 21) at 7:15 am Eastern Time on the FOX News Channel. Check your local TV listings if you don’t live in the east to find out when the program will air in your region on Monday morning. TV schedules, of course, are subject to change—breaking news, for example, can preempt scheduled guests.

Also, look for major stories about the museum on the NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America (ABC-TV), Hannity and Colmes on FOX TV (planned for May 30), and major articles in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, etc.

This week on

May 12: News to Note  <>
May 12: Prepare to believe!  <>
May 14: The Legacy of a Creation Evangelist  <>
May 14: Media rushing in as museum grand opening nears  <>
May 15: Academics publicly oppose soon-to-open Creation Museum  <>
May 16: Origin of photosynthesis: A theory out of thin air  <>
May 17: War of the Worldviews, chapter 2: Can natural processes explain the origin of life?  <>
May 17: NCSE sets out to scare parents away from new Creation Museum  <>
May 18: Feedback: Where’s the biological evidence?  <>

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