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BedBug Central’s White to Serve as an Expert for Animal Planet’s ‘Infested!’

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Jeffrey White, technical director of BedBug Central, will be a primart expert on the popular cable television program.

| January 4, 2012

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — BedBug Central’s Jeffrey White will be featured as a primary expert in Animal Planet’s second season of the popular series, “Infested!”

White, who is technical director of BedBug Central, a free information resource concerning bed bugs and bed bug related issues, will provide expert perspectives and opinions in all nine episodes of the series (seven individual episodes and two best-of episodes).

“Infested!” features the unbelievable, real-life horror stories of ordinary people plagued by extraordinary infestations. From snakes, spiders and scorpions, to rats, roaches and raccoons, the series highlights nature’s nastiest critters at their worst.   

“It’s always an honor to be a part of this type of programming. I was thrilled when Animal Planet asked me to participate once again in the series,” said White. “I had such a great experience when I did the ‘Bedbugs, Rats, and Scorpions’ episode for the first season of the series so I was happy to participate again.”

White has been featured as an expert on ABC’s “The View”, NBC’s “Nightly News with Brian Williams”, NBC’s “Today’s Show”, ABC’s “World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer”, Dateline, among many others. In addition, White has been quoted as a bed bug expert in Time Magazine, Women's Health, Redbook, The LA Times, Chicago Tribune, NY Daily News, among others.

“When I am asked to serve as an expert for productions like ‘Infested!’ I take particular care to ensure that I’m providing quality information to the viewers,” White added.

White is also the host of BedBug Central’s Bed Bug TV, a user driven video blog that covers all of the topics the user want to hear about relating to bed bugs.  

The second season of the highly anticipated series “Infested!” premiered Friday, December 30th  at 9pm on Animal Planet. The series will air every Friday for the next nine weeks.

To learn more about the “Infested!” or to view a list of all of the upcoming episodes click here.  

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