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Chip Proser was the guest for this Space Show program. We discussed his new documentary which is now finished, "Gaia Selene: Saving the Earth by Colonizing the Moon." The discussion was far more comprehensive than the documentary with questions about space solar power, nuclear power, energy from the Moon, energy wars, and more. Chip also talked about the interviews that he has done at ISDC, many of which are now online. You can see much of the ISDC interviews by visiting www.mooncolony.tv or www.moonsociety.org. Also, http://stickymedia.com. Many listeners asked questions but what it finally came to do was Chip giving us an action plan, different from that of other guests, to move interest toward space development. His recommendation is that we contact the heads and top people of the various networks and movie companies to let them know that there is a huge market that wants space programming show what it would be like to colonize the Moon or have a lunar colony, to get energy from space, etc. He told us that the subject of their programming and interest is all market driven. Furthermore, if we get attention in the media, we can start to get the attention of those in congress and elsewhere. I liked the plan that Chip suggested and will follow through on with my own letters and recommendations. Chip suggested searching for the contact information for the studios and the executives on Google, www.imdb.com and also www.mystudio.com. Let us know what you think of this idea but first listen to the entire discussion so you fully understand the context in which Chip was making this recommendation and what he said about other efforts to get attention for space matters. Mr. Proser is also working a new documentary about colonizing the Moon in ten steps. He discussed his idea of the ten steps, listeners sent in and call him with some changes and recommendations, and he asks for input from listeners on the ten steps. Listen to what he says and contact him with your suggestions and ideas. Chip can be contacted with your comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.