GNN – S-11 Redux: (Channel) Surfing the Apocalypse (United States 2002, 10:53 mins)

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The Guerrilla News Network shows their concerns about the fusion of voices between news agencies and the government during wartime. 20 hours of television footage from 13 networks is edited into a sound-bite blitzkrieg that criticizes the mainstream media and the government it belongs to.

Guerrilla News Network was originally an independent news organization with headquarters in New York City and production facilities in Berkeley, California. Our mission is to expose people to important global issues through cross-platform guerrilla programming. GNN was co-founded by Stephen Marshall and Josh Shore in the summer of 2000. The partners first joined forces at MTV (Josh had brought Stephen in to consult on some radical television ideas for the station) when they finally realized that the mainstream networks would never allow their hi-impact brand of television content and design to reach prime-time. GNN’s inaugural project was a NewsVideo called The Diamond Life. Completed in the fall of 2000, the video features the music of Peter Gabriel and was produced in conjunction with his non-profit organization, WITNESS.

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The Visual Manipulation Of The Mind

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