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Madeleine McCann: Found In 160 Countries

by | 5th, November 2009
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mccann20 MADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann : A successful campaign.

Daily Mirror : “Madeleine clip success”

She’s been found?

Up to 100,000 people an hour have watched A Minute For Madeleine, it was revealed yesterday.

They come to help? Or do they come to stare?

Daily Express (front page): “NEW HOPE FOR MADDIE’S PARENTS AS 2.5M A DAY WATCH PLEA ON WEBSITE”

INVESTIGATORS yesterday said they were a “step closer” to finding Madeleine McCann after an astonishing response to a new global appeal.

In just 24 hours, nearly 2.5 million people around the world viewed dramatic images of Madeleine in a campaign aimed at flushing out her abductor.

Internet users in 160 countries have watched a special 60-second film targeted at those closest to the kidnapper.

Our Maddie is not an international export, and very famous. Will the video win a TV award for entertaining the ghouls and the curious? And how are investigators a step closer to finding the child?

Jim Gamble, Britain’s most senior child protection policeman, urged internet users around the world to help the hunt for Madeleine. He said: “Every person who does that brings us a step closer to reaching the individual who needs to see this message.”

Such is the hope. And a bandwagon:

Celebrities including Chris Evans, Alan Carr and Phillip Schofield have also sent the link to their followers on Twitter.

Sky News says Jonathan Ross has also joined the hunt.

The message to the world runs:

The message reads :

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