John Coleman writes on his Facebook page about the CNN “Reliable Sources” interview to be aired at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 2:
There is another national television interview in my immediate future. An interview with me will be included on the CNN program “Reliable Sources” Sunday morning. The program runs 8 to 9 AM San Diego PST (Did you remember to turn your clocks back last night?). The program starts at 9 AM in the Mountain Time Zone, 10 AM in the Central Time zone and 11 AM in the Eastern Time zone.
The interview was actually recorded on Friday and it was quite an experience, far from just another boring interview. I raised my voice and pointed my fingers quite a bit. How will come off, good or bad? I don’t know. After the experience I wrote an email about to several people including my good, longtime friends Joe D’Aleo. Anthony Watts, Marc Morano and Jim Lakely. I explained about hearing what the host of the program had to say off the air to the CEO of The Weather Channel. It was something not meant for me to hear and it stirred me up more than a little bit.
On the blog “Somewhat Reasonable” Jim Lakely wrote:
John Coleman, the founder of The Weather Channel and a long-time friend of The Heartland Institute, wrote an open letter to UCLA’s Hammer Museum last month, demanding it open up a climate change discussion to the “skeptic” point of view. That letter got a lot of attention, and Coleman has been making the rounds of media outlets this week.
On Monday, he was seen by two million viewers on “The Kelly File” with Megyn Kelly on the Fox News Channel. Later that night, Coleman was a guest on “Coast to Coast AM,” which for decades has been the most popular overnight radio program in North America with three million listeners.
So tune in to CNN at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 2 to watch Coleman on “Reliable Sources” talk about the media’s complicity in perpetuating an unscientific panic about man’s influence on the climate. Coleman tells us the conversation (taped on Friday for broadcast Sunday morning) focused on The Weather Channel’s response to Coleman’s Monday appearance on “The Kelly File.”
Coleman says the host “didn’t know what hit him,” and, “I assure you, this is not your average TV interview.”
Don’t miss it! Watch CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on Sunday morning.