Starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time tonight, Free Speech TV is broadcasting live coverage of the midterm elections from broadcasting centers in New York, Washington, DC and from their headquarters in Denver. The coverage is scheduled to air on the DISH Network channel 9415, DIRECTV channel 348 and streaming online at FREESPEECH.ORG, featuring Facebook, Twitter, live chat interactive tools, and as well as audience-submitted videos.
The coverage will be hosted by several progressive media veterans, including Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, Laura Flanders, Thom Hartmann, David Sirota, Gloria Neal and Marc Steiner. The historic coverage will feature analysis and commentary from social activists, community organizers and thought leaders, including, Herb Boyd, Rosa Clemente, Jim Hightower and John Nichols. There will also be correspondents’ reports from The Nation, Mother Jones and Yes Magazine and special guest appearances by NAACP’s Ben Jealous, filmmaker Michael Moore, former Denver mayor Wellington Webb and many more.
About Free Speech TV
Launched in 1995, Free Speech TV is an independent, publicly-supported, non-profit TV multi-platform digital media pioneer. Using both television and the Internet, Free Speech TV inspires viewers to become engaged to build a more just, equitable, and sustainable society. Free Speech TV is owned and operated by Public Communicators, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization, founded in 1974. Free Speech TV reaches 30 million U.S. homes, broadcasting full time on DISH Network channel 9415, DIRECTV channel 348, part-time on 200 US community cable affiliate stations, and online at FREESPEECH.ORG. Take part in the conversation on Facebook/FREESPEECHTV and Twitter/FREESPEECHTV.
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