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Battlefield: Home – Breaking The Silence
will begin national broadcast on public television! (PBS)
As a sponsor, your company or organization will have a dedicated message at the opening and closing of the film during all broadcasts for 3 years.
Your message and/or logo will be visible to the “nations’ most trusted institution,” reaching an affluent, educated audience focused on community and social issues.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
Your message can be presented in either 15, 10 or 5 second spots, guaranteeing industry exclusivity in an uncluttered advertising environment.
The Battlefield: Home team will work with you to create the spot, to include editing, timing, structure and voice-overs.
Your message can be customized to fit your needs.
Prices vary depending on length of message.
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MORE ABOUT THE FILM
“Battlefield: Home – Breaking The Silence,” was created and made by the daughter of a USMC combat veteran of the Vietnam War. Anita’s lifetime journey of post war trauma runs parallel to the journey of today’s veterans and families, illustrating the on-going challenges of invisible injuries and the totality of its impact to the veteran and the family.
Battlefield: Home – gives viewers a peek behind the curtain to enhance the support, understanding and engagement between our military families and their own communities.
All too often, many are unaware on how best to “support our troops,” this film gives everyone an opportunity of getting involved and together finding solutions and support. Whether through institutional or educational systems, companies or organizations, the commonality of injuries and trauma is not exclusive, thus a unified effort helps and strengthens us all.
If you are interested in sponsoring the PBS broadcast of Battlefield: Home – Breaking The Silence, please contact us.
“…a candid and unvarnished perspective on the often- invisible wounds of war…and wide-ranging effects on families and children.”
—Christopher Giza, MD, UCLA Brain Injury Research Center & Director—UCLA BrainSPORT
“Thank you for showing a different view of war and making space for conversations to start …it truly saves lives.”
—SMSgt. Linda Mortensen U.S.AirForce (Ret.)