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“Easter” TV Program Makes 3rd Position

April 26, 2011

“Easter” Program on WGN American Attracts Third Highest Viewer Response

Beyond Today television program “Easter Exposed,” hosted by Steve Myers, aired on WGN America on Sunday, April 17, 2011. This repeat program logged 1,354 responses at an excellent $8.86 cost per response (CPR). These results place this airing at third highest in terms of response. The program’s first airing occurred just over a month ago on March 13, 2011. At that time it produced 1,156 responses at $10.38 CPR. So, considering the impressive results obtained for the second airing, it appears Beyond Today on WGN is attracting a growing audience.

Below are the top ten airings on WGN America as of April 26, 2011.

Program Aired During WGN  WGN
Title Week of Response  CPR
Will I Go to Hell? (repeat) Mar 27-Apr 2, 2011 1460 $8.22
Egypt in Bible Prophecy Apr 3-9, 2011 1388 $8.65
Easter Exposed (repeat) Apr 17-23, 2011 1354 $8.86
Get to Know Your Bible Mar 6-12, 2011 1275 $9.41
The Moment After You Die Jan 9-15, 2011 1227 $9.78
Easter Exposed Mar 13-19, 2011 1156 $10.38
The Man Nobody Knows (repeat) Apr 10-16, 2011 1156 $10.38
The Rapture: Fact or Fiction? (repeat) Nov 21-27, 2010 1145 $10.48
Thy Kingdom Come (repeat) Feb 27-Mar 5, 2011 1016 $11.81
Will I Go to Hell? Oct 17-23, 2010 1001 $11.99

We are grateful to our Heavenly Father for His guidance as we move forward in our media efforts to preach the Gospel. Thank you for your ongoing prayers for the success of Beyond Today.

Peter Eddington—Operation Manager, Media and Communications Services

April 26, 2011 - Posted by | Beyond Today, Media and Communications


  1. Proof that we must be doing the work of God and He is blessing it. Maybe we’ll soon have people at church because they watched Beyond Today. . .

    Comment by Susan Durnil | April 26, 2011 | Reply

  2. As God our Father continues to call out to the people of the earth according to His will. May we be ever ready to help those in need of answers about the Gospel of the Kingdom of our God. Do you think we could do one on relationships with others. Like the scriptures say, “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. Example, if one treats someone mean don’t be surprised to be treated the same. Does this kind of subject have to do with the Gospel?

    Comment by Ann | April 27, 2011 | Reply

    • Hi Ann,

      We’ve done a few programs on this topic, such as “Resolving Conflict In Your Life” ( ).

      The one I most personally connected with was the one we did a couple months ago, called “The Mercy Effect” ( ), on the topic of forgiveness.

      I would say what you suggested absolutely can be tied to the Gospel. What other kinds of things would you include in a program on that topic?

      Comment by Clint Porter | April 27, 2011 | Reply

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