“America’s Most Wanted” correspondent to speak Feb. 18


Emmy Award-winning journalist Ed Miller, crime-fighting investigative reporter for the television programAmericas Most Wanted,will speak at7 p.m.Friday (Feb. 18) in the Browning Cinema of theDeBartoloCenterfor the Performing Arts at the University of Notre Dame.

TitledAmericas Most Wanted: Why People Kill,the presentation is free and open to the public. Tickets are required and can be obtained by calling 574-631-2800.

For almost 10 years, Miller has researched, studied and chased some of the most violent criminals in American history and has won 12 Emmy Awards for his investigative reporting. In a behind-the-scenes look at law enforcement today, Miller will discuss the legal, aesthetic and commercial issues involved in the creation and production ofAmericas Most Wanted.

The presentation is sponsored by Notre Dames ** CollegeofArtsand Letters Undergraduate Intellectual Initiative, Department of English, Department of Sociology, First Year of Studies,MarieP.DeBartoloCenterfor the Performing Arts, International Student Services and Activities, Notre Dame Security Police, and theSchoolofPublicand Environmental Affairs at Indiana University South Bend.

* Media advisory: * Ed Miller is available for phone interviews at 818-370-6601.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” />

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