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INN World Report

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INN World Report
Genre News program
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Lenny Charles
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Free Speech TV
Original run 2004 – present
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Official website

International News Net World Report Evening News, usually shortened to the more common name INN World Report, is an independent American cable news program broadcast by the non-profit, progressive cable station Free Speech TV[1]. The program is hosted by Mizan Kirby Nunes, a local stage and independent film actress.INN is also seen on one-hundred cable access stations, giving it access to up to 40 million households in the United States.[2] INN also airs a talk radio program, INN World Report Radio, which until 2008 was heard on the now-defunct, libertarian We the People Radio Network.

Description

INN World Report, which is identified as International News Net World Report Evening News on-screen, is a half-hour news broadcast based in Tribeca, New York, claiming to touch on "difficult, under-reported but crucial issues that are rarely broadcast on corporate news."[3] These issues include domestic and foreign policies of the United States, civil liberties, globalization, the influence of corporations, environmental and the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Despite the program's obscurity and low budget, many notable politicians, pundits, and news makers are interviewed on INN World Report. They include Russ Feingold, John Conyers, Jr., Dennis Kucinich, Ron Paul[4], Mike Gravel[5], Aaron Russo[6], Jerome Corsi[7], Daniel Ellsberg, MP George Galloway[8] and Gore Vidal.

 Criticism

The program has drawn criticism for its occasional coverage of the attacks on 9/11. INN World Reportdefends its reporting, citing their First Amendment right to free speech.

Personalities

  • Mizan Kirby Nunes -- lead news anchor
  • Tom Kiely -- radio host
  • Lenny Charles -- interviewer/producer

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