Katie Koestner was the first victim of “date rape”, now termed “known-offender rape,” to have been interviewed extensively on national television. She has continued to both appear on camera and assist in the production of various television programs.
Oprah has Katie share her story in 1991.
Geraldo has Katie on his date rape episode in 1991.
NBC interviews Katie about her experience on National News in 1991.
CNBC Talk Live hosts Katie in 1991.
Larry has Katie debate her college’s Vice President on live TV in 1991.
Feature about HBO’s new movie about Katie airs in 1991.
Jane interviews Katie for her pilot show in Los Angeles in 1993.
CNN features Katie’s work to change college policies in 1993.
GMA features Katie for their episodes on college safety and college issues in 1994.
Lifetime features Katie in their program on campus rape in 1994.
Ann Curry interviews Katie for their episode on date rape in 2000.
Donny Deutsch interviews Katie about dating and sex on campus in 2001.
Katie is featured for “What Should You Do?” about sexual assault at colleges in 2003.
SVU asks Katie to help with the production of their 2010 episode on Campus Sexual Assault.
Katie talks about her activism with host Sam Strike on July 27, 2012.
Geraldo talks with Katie again about Jameis Winston, Florida State Football Player, accused of rape in 2013.
Katie interviews for feature: “Everyday People Changing Lives for the Better” in 2013.
ABC interviews Katie about the Policy Institutes she organizes at schools across the US in 2014.
NBC interviews Katie about her work with Stanford University to address sexual misconduct in 2014.
Amber Rose reaches out to Katie for her thoughts on “Slut Walks” in 2016.