Monday, February 09, 2009

CAYLEE ANTHONY MEMORIAL SERVICE - Will be broadcast on the Internet

Tomorrow is the day - a public memorial service for little Caylee Anthony
will be held. Televised, audiotaped, photographed and regurgitated for
public consumption. The private burial service hasn't been scheduled,
or if it has been, that information hasn't been released.

Yet even as those who knew, or came to know Caylee Marie Anthony
have a public venue in which to acknowledge her life and grieve for her,
the controversies and issues surrounding Casey Anthony's arrest and
impending trial flourish.

In all the hoopla the defense has generated around Casey Anthony, the
more this child, her life, and her death become less central to the issues.

Thankfully public interest and concern has kept the media active in
seeing that Caylee's face in photos and videos reminds everyone what
this case really is all about, and hopefully will do so until a trial is

Stations carrying the memorial service:

CNN HLN (Headline News) Channel
Live at 12 PM ET online at CNN.COM/Live
At 8 & 10 PM ET

WESH-Channel 2: Coverage starts at 10 a.m. on the station
and online at The station plans to broadcast the
entire memorial service.

WKMG-Channel 6: Coverage starts at 9 a.m. on the station and
online at

Jacqueline London will anchor. The coverage will include
reporting and commentary by Tony Pipitone, Jessica D'Onofrio,
Mike DeForest, Louis Bolden and Adam Longo.

WFTV-Channel 9: Will cover the service on TV and online at

WOFL-Channel 35: Coverage starts at 10 a.m. on TV and online

Central Florida News 13: The cable channel plans to cover the
entire service. There won't be any commentary by news anchors
during the event.