KCBI/Dallas Remembers Hurricane Katrina
August 29, 2006 at 8:29 AM (PT)
Contemporary Christian KCBI/DALLAS is featuring special interviews and programming today to commemorate the one-year anniversary of HURRICANE KATRINA. Guests include Associate Pastor INMAN HOUSTON of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH in NEW ORLEANS, GARY LEDBETTER, Director of Communications for SOUTHERN BAPTISTS OF TEXAS CONVENTION, and DR. CHUCK KELLY, Pres. of NEW ORLEANS BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. There will also be a special feature on KATRINA evacuees to NORTH TEXAS, including jazz musician AL BELLETTO, the co-founder of the NEW ORLEANS JAZZ AND HERITAGE FESTIVAL and the FRENCH QUARTER FESTIVAL.
MARVIN OLASKY, professor at UT AUSTIN and columnist for WORLD magazine, will talk about the aftermath of the storm and the government’s response during JERRY JOHNSON LIVE at 5p.
“The impact of HURRICANE KATRINA touched everyone, whether they lived on the GULF COAST or not. KCBI will continue to investigate and cover one of the most important news stories of our time,” said MIKE TIRONE, VP of News and Programming at KCBI.