Monday, June 1, 2009

Lino Lives! On Television!

Lino Rulli, local boy, well, there aren't too many locals with a name like that, so let's just call him a "former Twin Cities resident. Lino won a regional Emmy Award for his work on his cable TV program, Generation Cross, from St. Olaf parish in Minneapolis from 1998-2004. Since then, he has been "That Catholic Guy" with a program on Sirius Radio, coming from New York City someplace.

Tonight, he is on television, live, in the Big Apple. Well, not conventional television. Tonight, a few minutes ago, a program called "Currents" premiered on "The Net" (New Evangelization Television) on the Diocese of Brooklyn's cable television channel. 6:30 p.m. CDT It is the first daily Catholic television news program. It should be viewable on your newer computers.

Guess which one is Lino!

Heading The Net is Deacon Greg Kandra, a former long time CBS Television News executive who has receive more reknown with his blog, "The Deacon's Bench" in the last couple of years. Check it out.

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