Press Release

December 9, 2021

Media relations
Elita Fielder Adjei
Director, Communications & Publicity
(424) 247-3517
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ABC7/KGO-TV San Francisco Presents a Modern-Day Lens of ‘JFK Unsolved: The Real Conspiracies,’ Premiering on Dec. 11 on ABC7 and Dec. 15 on Hulu

The Documentary Will Also Be Available To Stream Across ABC Owned Television Stations’ 32 Connected TV Apps

‘JFK Unsolved’ Features Never-Before-Seen Analysis and a New and Exclusive Interview With JFK Assassination Researcher and Author, Josiah Thompson

ABC7/KGO-TV San Francisco, an ABC Owned Television Station, presents a modern-day lens on a story the world thought it already knew. With never-before-seen analysis through modern technology and new and exclusive interviews and details surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy,  “JFK Unsolved: The Real Conspiracies” airs Saturday, Dec. 11, on ABC7 (9:00 p.m. PT) with a Hulu premiere on Wednesday, Dec. 15. 

 “JFK Unsolved: The Real Conspiracies” is a documentary based on a new book by world-renowned John F. Kennedy assassination researcher Josiah Thompson. This documentary reveals what he uncovered about what happened during John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. Using forensic and ballistic evidence, photography and witness testimony, the documentary shows an original sequence of events and proof that the government tried to cover up the truth.  The culmination of Thompson’s life’s work reveals a shocking conclusion that ABC7 examines: Lee Harvey Oswald did not fire the fatal shot that killed the president.

ABC7 chief investigative reporter Dan Noyes examines new information as he interviews retired Secret Service agent Clint Hill, who was assigned to the first lady that day, and Thompson, both who live locally in the Bay Area. “One of the world’s foremost JFK assassination researchers trusted us to turn his new book into a documentary film,” said Noyes. “I can’t think of a more important topic than revealing the truth about the president’s murder, even decades later.”

Noyes presents raw, unscripted storytelling as “JFK Unsolved” takes viewers back in time to relive one of America’s darkest days and greatest mysteries. Noyes joins Thompson in Dallas, Texas, and through the use of mapping technologies, they retraced the evidence on the deadly parade route and spoke to witnesses that were there. Through a modern forensic lens, the documentary looks at evidence that points to what really happened andhow people in power tried to cover up a president’s murder.

“JFK Unsolved: The Real Conspiracies” will air on Channel ABC7/KGO-TV San Francisco on Saturday, Dec. 11 (9:00 p.m. PT) with a Hulu premiere on Wednesday, Dec. 15.

Viewers can also stream the documentary on ABC Owned Television Stations’ connected TV Apps: ABC7/WABC-TV New YorkABC7/KABC-TV Los AngelesABC7/WLS-TV Chicago6ABC/WPVI-TV PhiladelphiaABC7/KGO-TV San Francisco, ABC13/KTRK-TV HoustonABC11/WTVD-TV Raleigh-Durham and ABC30/KFSN-TV Fresno on streaming platforms Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku.

About ABC7/KGO-TV San Francisco

Emmy® Award-winning station KGO-TV ABC7 is the San Francisco Bay Area’s source for breaking news, weather and live video. Widely recognized for its solution-based promise to help the Bay Area communities, the station’s initiative “Building a Better Bay Area” dedicates more time, resources and reporting to the issues that impact its viewers’ quality of life. From the local economy and education, to health and safety, to race and social justice, ABC7’s focus is to bring greater perspective on the challenges currently facing neighborhoods. In addition to being the first station in the market to expand its weekday morning program to 4:30 a.m. in 2008 and their 11 p.m. weekend newscast to one hour in 2011, the station has consistently garnered Emmy nominations and wins for Overall Excellence/News Excellence, with one most recently awarded in 2019. KGO-TV is an ABC owned television station serving San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and all of the greater Bay Area.


Media Contacts:
ABC Owned Television Stations
Elita Fielder Adjei, Director of Communications & Publicity
(424) 247-3517