We need your assistance!
Appear on TV and radio and share your story of internet infidelity. You can remain anonymous (even on TV).
We currently have media
requests from all over the world. If you wish to help inform others
about what infidelity can do, please check the requests below. If
you do not see a listing in your area,
send us your email
address, your story and what city you live in and we will keep your name on file. Thank you!
Post your requests
here. Please send a small paragraph defining your request and
include your contact information. We will post your request as soon
"Diary of an
Affair" is entering it's 2nd season on The Style Network.
Seeking people who would like to talk about how their affair affected
them, their mate, friends, and their families, with an eye to helping
others who are dealing with similar circumstances. This documentary
style series will tell your story in a tasteful and mature way. The
show chronicles the affair itself - how it started, who was involved,
the dramatic twists and turns , how it ended, and what happened to the
parties' existing relationships.
Straight or gay couples welcome. Seeking couples from all over the U.S.
Compensation for story rights.
Contact Tina Seiler at 323/860-8500 x2747
Media Appearances and
been fortunate to have appeared in these fine media sources
The Secret Lives of Wives
By Lorraine Ali, Lisa Miller and Vanessa
Newsweek provides much
needed attention to the rise of infidelity in the cover story of their
July 12th issue. ChatCheaters is honored to have been mentioned in this
September 20, 2004
The New Infidelity: Women on the Rise
In July, Newsweek proclaimed an alarming new trend: that the
number of women cheating on their husbands is rapidly increasing.
Though men have long been pegged as the gender with the wandering
eye, some women claim that women have been cheating all along –
just not getting caught. Today’s three stories illustrate this
Read more on Larry's web site