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             Guests For  WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19, 2009

                                       (Originally aired: 02-20-91)

          DR. HARRY LERNER & JOSEPH EGER

 

  

     

   

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                                Paper Tiger TV

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                                 Tiffany Devitt

      

                       

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                                                                             & SIMONE FARKHONDEH & TIFFANY DEVITT

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Paper Tiger has been creating fun, funky, hard-hitting, investigative, compelling and truly alternative media since 1981! The programs produced at PTTV have inspired media-savvy community productions and activism around the world. Our archive includes shows that provide critical analysis of media, educate about the communications industry and highlight issues that are absent from mainstream information sources. Through the distribution of our short documentary programs, media literacy/video production workshops, community screenings and grassroots advocacy, PTTV works to expose and challenge the corporate control of media. Because of the bias and misrepresentation of issues in mainstream media it is critical to include diverse perspectives in the process of making media. PTTV strives to increase awareness of how media can be used to affect social change. A public that can strategically and creatively use the media is necessary for a more equitable and healthy democracy.


What's going on at Paper Tiger...

 

PAPER TIGER TELEVISION PRESENTS: A GARDEN OF DELIGHTS

 

On Thursday, August 27th, Paper Tiger Television will screen a mix of new and vintage videos in the luscious environs of an East Village community garden, located on the corner of 6th Street and Avenue B.

In celebration of Manhattanís famed east side, Paper Tiger will show excerpts from award-winning pieces about Tompkinís Square Park and gentrification in the Lower East Side, as well as newer pieces chronicling the environmental efforts of individual New Yorkers and last Aprilís massive guerilla street art takeover.

Garden gates open at 7:30 pm, screening will begin at sundown (8 pm). Intrepid wanderers and tiger seekers, alike, are guaranteed roaring hilarity and jungle surprises!

A Garden of Delights
7:30 pm
Thursday, August 27th, 2009 (Sunday August 30th, rain date)
6th Street and Avenue B, East Village

 

PAPER TIGER BROADCAST EVERY WEDNESDAY

 

Paper Tiger Television broadcasts regularly at 8pm Wednesdays on TimeWarner Ch34 and RCN Ch82 (Manhattan Neighborhood Network MNN) and at 3pm and 11pm Wednesdays on TimeWarner Ch34 and Cablevision Ch67 (Brooklyn Community Access Television BCAT)

 

NEW PRODUCTIONS IN THE WORKS

Paper Tiger is currently working on a project in Sunset Park Brooklyn about gentrification and two studio shows: one about the DIY environmentalism and another one featuring David Harvey and the national Right to the City movement for urban justice. We are also beginning production on a show about living in a surveillance culture from facebook to government wire tapping and a video presentation from the Left Forum. Check out the latest Paper Tiger production projects.

 

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Paper Tiger Television is a creative, nonprofit, volunteer-based artists collective that produces documentaries, studio shows and advocacy shorts. Most collective members are media makers interested in creative, independent, alternative media production. We learn as we go and if nothing else bring enthusiasm and chutspa!
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FAIR, the national media watch group, has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986. We work to invigorate the First Amendment by advocating for greater diversity in the press and by scrutinizing media practices that marginalize public interest, minority and dissenting viewpoints. As an anti-censorship organization, we expose neglected news stories and defend working journalists when they are muzzled. As a progressive group, FAIR believes that structural reform is ultimately needed to break up the dominant media conglomerates, establish independent public broadcasting and promote strong non-profit sources of information.

Uniquely, FAIR works with both activists and journalists. We maintain a regular dialogue with reporters at news outlets across the country, providing constructive critiques when called for and applauding exceptional, hard-hitting journalism. We also encourage the public to contact media with their concerns, to become media activists rather than passive consumers of news.

FAIR publishes Extra!, the award-winning magazine of media criticism, and produces the weekly radio program CounterSpin, the show that brings you the news behind the headlines. In addition, we have a thriving listserv through which we distribute regular Action Alerts to our international network of activists-- as of September 2004, the FAIR list has over 55,000 recipients, with more signing on every day.

For an in-depth explanation of FAIR's critique of the mainstream media, you should start with our overview, What's Wrong with the News? You might also check out the article What's FAIR?, by FAIR founder Jeff Cohen. And see what journalists, activists and scholars have to say about FAIR.


 

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Individual programs can be viewed each week day

                    10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

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The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at

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