Robert S. Mueller III                                                                             
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CIVIC ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVE FOR YOUTH FEATURING
EXCLUSIVE TELEVISION FOOTAGE AND PROGRAMMING WITH
FORMER F.B.I. DIRECTOR ROBERT S. MUELLER, III

Our first-of-its-kind-in-the-nation event to engage the community --- with an emphasis on young people and featuring American hero and former F.B.I. Director Robert Mueller (with an extraordinary introduction by former U.S. Secretary of the Interior and  United States Senator Ken Salazar) --- was attended by +500 people, including many First Responders, F.B.I. Agents, Secret Service officers, D.E.A. officials, Federal Marshalls, A.T.F. Agents, Police Chiefs, Homeland Security representatives, Department of Justice officials, and over 200 High School students from diverse Colorado communities such as Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Greeley, Longmont, Mead, Niwot, Pueblo, and Strasburg.

 

We have the only broadcast footage from this event --- recorded before Mueller was appointed Special Counsel (i.e., Special Prosecutor) by the Department of Justice --- and are not aware that Mueller ever has allowed this to be done.  (As you can imagine, most of the top-rated and most expensive speakers on the Speakers Bureau circuit at the time of the recording do not allow their appearances to be recorded and publicly broadcast.)  What is even more extraordinary is we have the exclusive and unrestricted rights to broadcast and distribute any programming we produce from the event. 

 

Our objective is to allow the American people to see and hear Robert Mueller in an unrehearsed setting so they can form their own opinions.  Because Mueller has avoided the public spotlight since his appointment as Special Counsel, USA-TN believes it would be a significant contribution to the country for citizens to be able to see someone who is in the news daily but is almost seen actually speaking.

 

We now want to begin our effort to create and distribute television and Web-based programs (including via Social Media) which can serve as a model for other communities in these challenging times, with an emphasis on viewing by young people. 

 

The programs and short segments we hope to create from the event will give young people the opportunity to hear and see an extraordinary American as well as watch their peers asking him the same questions they have.  They will have the chance to hear one of America’s most thoughtful and humble leaders talk about a truly amazing public service career --- including his behind-the-scenes involvement during 9/11.

 

To see the quotes sent in specifically for this event by a wide range of dignitaries --- from Republican U.S. Senator Cory Gardner to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, go to HarberTV.com/Quotes

 

You also can see a 30-second selfie video from Dr. Oz of “The Dr. Oz Show” at HarberTV.com/OzShows.

 

Phase 1 of our effort will be to produce programs for statewide television, Web, and Social Media broadcast (including in Prime Time).  Phase 2 will be to make the programs available to every high school, college, and university in Colorado.  We also may schedule a series of Town Halls to directly engage young people.  Phase 3 will be to offer the programs for viewing regionally and nationally, through a variety of sources, as well as possibly offer the programs to as many of the approximately 37,000 high schools and +7,000 colleges and universities across the country.

 

We would like to thank you and every sponsor by providing statewide, regional, and national promotional and marketing benefits.  Just go to HarberTV.com/Special for the details.

 

Please contact my Producer, Jana Martin (Jana@HarberTV.com and 720-335-1414) or me (Aaron@HarberTV.com and 303-666-6161) for more information.  One of us will try to call you to discuss this opportunity.  Thanks for your consideration.

 

Our programs already are available to +15 million viewers in California, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, and Utah via COMCAST cable systems in those states.  We plan to deploy the Mueller series as part of our effort to expand the availability of our program nationally.

 

In Colorado we reach over 4½ million broadcast viewers via (A) Channel 3, KCDO-TV K3 Colorado --- Channel 3 via antenna and on all cable systems (COMCAST) and satellite systems (DirecTV and DISH Network) (B) COMCAST Entertainment television, and (C) other broadcast entities or platforms.

 

In addition, COMCAST is placing the programs on its Xfinity on Demand service so viewers can watch our programs 24/7 at their convenience on any device they prefer.  We believe this will become the dominant form of viewing in the future so we are excited to be on this platform.

 

Depending on the level of support, we have the ability to provide a number of advertising, marketing, and promotional benefits to Sponsors.  You can see the details at HarberTV.com/Sponsor but we can work with Sponsors to design a customized Promotional Benefits Package.  Here are some of the benefits we can provide.

 

  1. Include your organization on our Website Sponsor Pages.
  2. Include your organization on our moving Home Page Banners for both Websites.
  3. Include a direct link from our Sponsor Pages and our Banners to your Website.
  4. Include your organization in the television show’s Rolling Credits or in a “Thank You” slate at the end of the program.
  5. Include your organization’s sponsorship credit on all online versions of our programs which originally included your property.
  6. Contact everyone on our +3,000 Press/Media contact list and inform them your organization is a Sponsor.
  7. Allow your organization to post programs on your Website and allow third parties to link to them.
  8. Allow you to provide copies (e.g., DVDs) of programs to third parties.
  9. Provide all of these benefits for a full year, with a guaranteed total of 500 broadcast equivalents.
  10. Include your organization in the broadcasts by participants in our Publishers Advantage Initiative for newspapers and electronic publications representing millions of readers.
  11. Include your organization in the broadcasts by participants in our Broadcasters Advantage Program for television and radio stations and online channels representing millions of viewers.
  12. Provide a full-motion 5-second Sponsor-specific video spot with audio (produced by USA-TN or you, at your option), for 100 programs with a minimum of 500 broadcast.
  13. List you and your organization as the Event Host for all major events for a full year plus provide multiple admissions to all VIP receptions and multiple invitations to special tapings.
  14. Inclusion as a Sponsor in the primary information sent to all recipients of the Mueller series.  This is expected to include every newspaper, radio station, television station, university, college, and high school in Colorado with expansion planned to California, Indiana, Michigan, Utah, and any other state in which the programs will be broadcast at any time during 2018 and 2019.

 

Our efforts are supported by tax-deductible payments made to (1) our television production company (USA Talk Network), which can be strictly confidential, and (2) a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity --- the Democracy and Media Education Foundation.  We can accept support at any dollar amount and from any source in the world.  Checks can be sent to either of the following:

 

Ms. Jana Martin, Producer

USA TALK NETWORK, INC.

2500 North 119th Street

Lafayette, CO 80026-9216

 

Mr. Matthew Silverman, Secretary & Treasurer

DEMOCRACY AND MEDIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION

3195 11th Street

Boulder, CO 80304-2527

 

Our historical support has been led by organizations such as the Anna & John J. Sie Foundation, the John S. and James L, Knight Foundation, Aspect Energy, and Petrie Partners, LLC, among many others.

 

We also have a Media Sponsorship arrangement with the state’s leading political publication --- Colorado Politics.  We expect to finalize the involvement of other print and electronic publications via our “Publishers Advantage Initiative” in which both print and online newspapers, weeklies, and other publications get copies of our video content and put it on their Websites for their readers in advance of the television broadcast.  This is being done in conjunction with the Colorado Press Association.  Previously, we had 44 publications representing 1,560,000 readers and subscribers sign up for this initiative. 

 

Here is a short biography of Mr. Mueller from the FBI’s Website.  It is very modest, as is Director Mueller, because it leaves out many of his extraordinary accomplishments and some of the public and private positions he took, to protect Americans, sometimes at the risk of losing his job.  One extraordinary example is when Director Mueller, along with then Acting Attorney General James Comey (who succeeded him as the Director of the F.B.I.), went to the White House to offer his resignation if the White House overruled a Department of Justice conclusion regarding domestic wiretapping.  Mr. Mueller’s willingness to sacrifice his job and possibly his career in order to protect the U.S. Constitution stands as a great example for Americans of all ages today.

 

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Mueller

Robert S. Mueller, III:  Director, September 4, 2001- September 4, 2013

 

Robert Mueller was nominated by President George W. Bush and became the sixth Director of the FBI on September 4, 2001.  Born in New York City, Mr. Mueller grew up outside of Philadelphia. He graduated from Princeton University in 1966 and later earned a master’s degree in International Relations at New York University.

 

After college, he joined the United States Marine Corps, where he served as an officer for three years, leading a rifle platoon of the Third Marine Division in Vietnam. He is the recipient of the Bronze Star, two Navy Commendation Medals, the Purple Heart, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.  Following his military service, Mr. Mueller earned a law degree from the University of Virginia Law School in 1973 and served on the Law Review.

 

After completing his education, Mr. Mueller worked as a litigator in San Francisco until 1976. He then served for 12 years in United States Attorney’s Offices, first in the Northern District of California in San Francisco, where he rose to be chief of its criminal division. In 1982, he moved to Boston as an Assistant United States Attorney, where he investigated and prosecuted major financial fraud, terrorist, and public corruption cases, as well as narcotics conspiracies and international money launderers.

 

After serving as a partner at the Boston law firm of Hill and Barlow, Mr. Mueller returned to public service. In 1989 he served in the United States Department of Justice as an assistant to Attorney General Richard L. Thornburgh. The following year he took charge of its Criminal Division. In 1991, he was elected Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.

 

In 1993, Mr. Mueller became a partner at Boston’s Hale and Dorr, specializing in complex white collar crime litigation. He again returned to public service in 1995 as senior litigator in the Homicide Section of the District of Columbia United States Attorney’s Office. In 1998, Mr. Mueller was named United States Attorney in San Francisco and held that position until 2001.

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Please contact us if you would like to be a Sponsor of this event in exchange for marketing, public relations, and promotional considerations via a tax-deductible contribution. 

 

There are different Sponsorship Promotional Packages available, based on the Sponsorship Level you select.  You can see these options at HarberTV/Sponsor.  In most cases, Sponsors typically will be recognized in some manner such as (1) on all the television and Internet broadcasts of the programs we create, (2) in our participating Publishers Advantage Initiative partners publications, and/or (3) via all the copies of the television programs we distribute to high schools throughout the State and nation. 

 

This is a unique opportunity to help young people and be associated with launching such an educational event in Colorado as well as get extensive positive public exposure.

 

We hope this is something you are excited to do.  All support should be paid directly to the Democracy and Media Education Foundation, an IRS-approved Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity. 

 

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QUOTES ABOUT ROBERT MUELLER WHICH WERE MADE FOR

THE AARON HARBER SHOW TM” MUELLER EVENT

 

 

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder stated, "As a dedicated public servant, Bob Mueller has done much to keep our country safe and to insure that our government adheres to our founding principles.  He also has always focused on the unique issues that our nation's youth must confront.  I am proud to have served with him during his time at the Department of Justice and when he led, so well, the FBI."

Former FBI Director Robert Mueller is a passionate advocate of Justice, and those who attend this conversation will benefit both from his experience, not only as FBI Director, but also as a former U.S. Attorney.  Any conversation with Former Director Mueller is an excellent opportunity to learn firsthand the challenges of law enforcement, and the importance of community collaboration,” said U.S. Attorney John Walsh.

Michael Chertoff, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, said, “With his deep experience and distinguished record, Bob Mueller is uniquely qualified  to educate citizens about the challenges of enforcing the law and combatting violence within our constitutional framework.

I first met Bob Mueller when we served together in the mid-90's on the Attorney General's Executive Working Group.  Throughout my time as Denver District Attorney and as Colorado Governor, I followed Bob's career closely. As a United States Attorney and as our FBI Director, Bob served with distinction and honor every step of the way.  What a great coup for Aaron and Colorado to host Bob for an interview and for interactions with our students,” said Bill Ritter, Jr., former Governor of Colorado.

Former FBI Director Mueller has been a leader in Federal Law Enforcement for several decades. He is very knowledgeable about a wide array of issues we are facing in our communities today ranging from terrorism and cybercrime to privacy concerns.  This is a fantastic opportunity for these students to learn from him,” said Denver Police Chief Robert White.

Tom Boasberg, Superintendent of Denver Public Schools opined, “We applaud Aaron Harber and Director Mueller for engaging directly with young people on issues around community safety, law enforcement, and justice.  These topics have come up again and again in conversations I have had with Denver Public Schools students.  Based on the thoughtfulness
I have heard from our students, I anticipate the dialogue will be rich and productive.

Former FBI Director Robert Mueller is a passionate advocate of Justice, and those who attend this conversation will benefit both from his experience, not only as FBI Director, but also as a former U.S. Attorney.  Any conversation with Former Director Mueller is an excellent opportunity to learn firsthand the challenges of law enforcement, and the importance of community collaboration,” said U.S. Attorney John Walsh.

For this event, former CIA Director and General David Petraeus described Mueller as follows, "A great fellow Princetonian, a distinguished public servant, and a tremendous partner in the government’s fight against terrorism."

Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of the St. Vrain Valley School District (which is sending over 100 students to the event), stated, "We appreciate the opportunity for our students to attend ‘The Aaron Harber Show,’ and participate in a conversation with esteemed civic leader, Robert Mueller.  As a district, we strive to expose all students to important discussions related to service, citizenship, and the constitutional rights of Americans.  This experience will strongly enhance the work we have done in our classrooms with these salient topics."   

Dr. Bruce K. Messinger, Superintendent of the Boulder Valley School District, emphasized, "Our students are growing up in an age of almost exponential innovation in the sharing of information; the opportunities resulting from this growth are great as are the risks for our open society.  A forum with former FBI Director Robert Mueller presents an extraordinary and important venue for our nation's future leaders to intelligently discuss these opportunities and risks."

Former F.B.I. Director Robert Mueller said, “I look forward to discussing cyber security, terrorist use of the internet, balancing privacy and security, public service, and leadership with Aaron and the audience of students and law enforcement officials.” 

Aaron Harber explained, “Given the challenges many communities are facing related to law enforcement and the number of highly publicized incidents we are seeing almost daily, our hope is this event will answer questions many citizens have and help bring people together.”

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