The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Unless We Make Our Own TV Shows)

Knowing they'll never get fair treatment from the corporate press, Occupy Maine creates their own public access TV program.

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Knowing they'll never get fair treatment from the corporate press, Occupy Maine creates their own public access TV program.

In this edition, Brian Leonard will cover the final GA in the Dome at Lincoln Park with attorney John Branson explaining the court judgement against Occupy. Bob Klotz interviews environmentalist Bill McKibben, and Regis Tremblay comments on the future of Occupy and why the movement is here to stay.

Tune in at OccupyMETV.org

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Senior Editor, Lives in a gerrymandered district in Michigan.

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