On Monday, June 6th, this ad for Remember building 7. The ad features 9/11 family members, architects and engineers urging New Yorkers to "Remember Building 7", the third WTC tower to fall on 9/11 the one not hit by an airplane. In the ad the architects say that the US goverment is lying when they say "fire brought it down" as they conclude this is impossible.
This ad will air on fifteen New York channels, including New York 1, MSNBC, CNN, Comedy Central, HGTV, Logo, Bio, MSG, YES, VH1. HLN, CNBC, and Bravo, among others, the spot will run for three weeks through June 24, reaching an estimated one million viewers.
From the release:
The non-partisan "Remember Building 7" campaign is led by 9/11 family members, architects and engineers, and the money for the spots was raised on the campaign website. It is the second leg of a campaign that began in the fall of 2010 with a previous $100,000 TV buy, and a current national public relations campaign coinciding with the 10th anniversary of 9/11 this year.
The Remember Building 7 campaign is co-sponsored by several groups, led by the NYC Coalition for Accountability Now (NYCCAN.org), a non-partisan organization of 9/11 family members, first responders and survivors, and by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth.org), an organization of more than 1,500 architectural and engineering professionals.
The TV spot was created by The Means of Production in DUMBO, Brooklyn, N.Y. John Kirby is director; Libby Handros is producer.