This week, meet a FRONTLINE fan with a fond FRONTLINE memory from his college days.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you watch FRONTLINE.
I’m a web developer and online marketer living in Costa Mesa, Calif. I’m also a full time husband and dad.
I've been watching FRONTLINE since the mid '90s, when I was an undergraduate student recording the show on my VCR.
I love FRONTLINE because, especially in this 24/7 world of likes and tweets, you gotta have context.
What’s your most memorable FRONTLINE moment?
My all-time favorite moment is in The Man Who Knew when John O’Neill really begins to figure out how dangerous bin Laden is and tries to convince his superiors. Of course, they didn't listen to him. In telling the story of John O'Neill, FRONTLINE also told an essential story about how our government actually works.
I just wish he could have lived. You have to wonder what he would have done in the wake of 9/11.
If there was one FRONTLINE you could have everyone watch, which would it be and why?
Big Sky, Big Money because every American should know how the political process is actually financed -- whether they think it’s right or wrong. The story in this film could happen anywhere: Montana, Maine, Florida, Brooklyn. It has profound implications for Washington, but also for local governments as well.
Is there anyone you know who isn't watching FRONTLINE, but should be?
My dad and my sister — two people who are intelligent and want to engage with these issues, but think they don’t have the time.