1. Candidates Five Minute Speeches - TMLP & School Committee


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    For the 2015 Taunton Elections

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    • Access 21 Chevis 90


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      90-second version of promo written, shot, and edited by intern Chevis Armstrong in the summer of 2015.

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      • Access 21 Chevis - 60


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        60-second version of Access 21 promo written, shot, and edited by intern Chevis Armstrong in the summer of 2015.

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        • Access21 Promo: Coming Soon


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          Promo for Access 21, written, shot and edited by intern Tina Truesdale in the Spring of 2015.

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          • Queremo Saber - Tu plataforma de acceso a la información pública


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            Tu plataforma de acceso a la información pública. A través de www.queremosaber.org.py podes hacer tus consultas, preguntas y solicitudes a todos los organismos del Estado. El Estado tiene hasta 15 días hábiles para emitir una respuesta. Ahora el poder está en tus manos.

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            • Natalie Didn't Drown: Joan Braderman Reads The National Enquirer


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              March 2, 1983 TRT: 28 minutes #12 Award winning documentary filmmaker and cultural critic Joan Braderman takes a look at the National Enquirer and demolishes the newspaper's ideology and content. Analyzing the fact that the Enquirer is the tabloid that everybody reads but nobody admits to. Braderman shows how it's agenda of reporting gossip and the lowest common denominator of news has influenced even the so called intellectual progressive media such as the "New Yorker" and the "New York Times". Braderman has recently finished her documentary "The Heretics" about a seventies feminist art group based in NYC.

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              • Joel Kovel Reads Covert Action: A Salute to the Scourge of the CIA


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                September 3, 1982 TRT: 28 minutes #11 Joel Kovel: critical reading of Covert Action. Joel Kovel is an American politician, academic, writer and eco-socialist with a background in psychiatry and psychoanalysis.

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                • Karen Paulsell reads Computer World and NYCOSH: Special on Video Data Terminals


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                  December 15, 1982 TRT: 28 minutes #10 Karen Paulsell gives a critical reading of Computer World and NYCOSH. Paulsell is a hacker at the Community Memory Project in San Francisco.

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                  • Conrad Lynn Reads Commentary: From Postwar Liberalism to the New Right


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                    February 2, 1983 TRT: 28 minutes #9 Conrad Lynn was a noted Civil Rights attorney. Starting his legal practice in the 1930s, he was intimately involved in the struggle for justice and equality for over fifty years. Lynn successfully defended many civil rights cases, notably that of the Harlem 6 and the Black Panthers, NAACP leader Robert Williams, and Don Pedro Albizu Campos, Lolita Lebron and other Puerto Rican Independent Leaders falsely accused of federal conspiracy. Here, Lynn reads Commentary magazine—a publication established by the American Jewish Committee immediately after the Second World War. In this show, Lynn emphasizes the magazine’s transformation from an originally leftist publication that allegedly encouraged “original, creative endeavors” into a flagship of neo-conservatism.

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                    • Herb Schiller Reads New York Times #5: Washington Talk: First Names In D.C.


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                      November 25, 1981 TRT: 28 minutes #5 One of the first Paper Tiger Television shows… ever! This is one of the first 6 shows that started it all. Broadcast live on public access television in NYC on November 25, 1981. Communications expert Herb Schiller dissects the New York Times newspaper of record in these classic PTTV episodes. Schiller is the perfect blend of level-headed professorial presentation of the facts and the irreverent media industry myth smashing, a balance that is the hallmark of Paper Tiger productions. A biting analysis of the New York Times’ cultural, political and economical hegemony in setting the agenda that shapes the news and culture industry. Shot in both black and white and color video. Do you know where your brains are? Schiller was an American media critic, sociologist, author, and scholar. He warned of two major trends in his prolific writings and speeches: the private takeover of public space and public institutions at home, and U.S. corporate domination of cultural life abroad, especially in the developing nations. His eight books and hundreds of articles in both scholarly and popular journals made him a key figure both in communication research and in the public debate over the role of the media in modern society.

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