Auction for Animal Rights

Bid Network Online, which streams live auctions, will team up with JaneUnChained, home of “Videos for the Voiceless,” and World Animal News for an upcoming auction on behalf of Champions for Change’s Social Compassion charity, which works to save animals’ lives, prevent their pain and suffering, and pass related legislation in California.

The auction is scheduled for 2 pm ET on December 3. Items up for bid include a “Porsche Driving Experience for One,” a “Napa Valley Experience for Two” and an opportunity to “Attend the 2017 CMA Awards.” You can RSVP to attend the live auction or bid in advance for individual items at the BNO site.

Katie Cleary, an actress/model who is founder and president of World Animal News, will co-host the event. World Animal News “brings you the latest breaking news in animal welfare from around the globe.” You can check out the news site’s videos and more on its Facebook page. Cleary is also writer and producer of Give Me Shelter, a 2014 documentary on animal issues that is now available to Netflix subscribers, and can also be rented from $2.99 on Vudu and other sites. Here’s the movie’s trailer:

JaneUnChained, founded by veteran TV journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, produces videos on animal rights which you can find at janeunchained.com, Facebook and other social media. A highlight is LunchBreakLive, a Monday-Friday vegan cooking show (3:30 pm ET). Check out this past Friday’s episode, which features a breakfast recipe.

In addition to charity auctions, Bid Network Online offers live auctions in such categories as art and collectibles, automobiles and real estate. Upcoming auctions include abstract art on Tuesday, November 29; close-out autos on Wednesday, November 30; and 17th to 20th Century European art on Thursday, December 1. For more info and to RSVP for any auction, visit BNO.com. Here’s a video about the live bidding process:

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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