The National Press Club announced today that Houston will serve as the host city of this year’s national Night Out For Austin Tice, set for Wednesday, April 29, 2020. “We expect that dozens of restaurants in Houston and across the country will open their doors April 29 to customers who want to learn more about Austin’s case and raise money to support his safe return,” … Continue reading Second annual Night Out For Austin Tice set for April 29
Debra Tice, the mother of detained journalist Austin Tice, held a news conference on Jan. 27, 2020 at the National Press Club to provide an update and to be part of the announcement of the second annual Night Out For Austin Tice, a national awareness campaign.
Updates and other news about the upcoming NIGHT OUT FOR AUSTIN TICE – May 2, 2019. Watch it here live, starting at 1pm, April 30.
NPC Executive Director Bill McCarren appeared on FOX 5 DC’s “On the Hill” podcast on Sunday, April 28. Listen below. Bill McCarren of the National Press Club joins Tom Fitzgerald on this episode of the “On The Hill” podcast. Bill and Tom look at the story of Austin Tice, the American Journalist who’s been held … Continue reading NPC’s Bill McCarren promotes NIGHT OUT on DC’s FOX 5
WASHINGTON, April 24, 2019 – In April of 2018 the FBI offered a reward of $1 million for information leading to the safe return of Austin Tice, the award-winning journalist who was taken hostage in August of 2012 while covering the civil war in Syria. In an effort to intensify the search for Tice, the … Continue reading National Press Club, #FreeAustinTice coalition partner with restaurants across the country for a NIGHT OUT FOR AUSTIN TICE – May 2, 2019
Austin Tice’s parents Marc and Debra talked about NIGHT OUT FOR AUSTIN TICE on Houston Public Media’s “Houston Matters” on April 16. Check it out below (the Tices’ segment starts at about 11:38): From HPR: Also this hour: In August of 2012, freelance journalist and Houston native Austin Tice disappeared while reporting from Syria. Houston Matters host Craig … Continue reading Marc and Debra Tice spread the word on “Houston Matters”