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  • Terry L Parker
    Apr 1, 2007
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      ONN: Onion News Network....

      In The Know: Our Troops In Iraq

      InterNetPlayback (less than two minutes)


      GoogleZon: the Future of 'News' Media
      Requires flash player and sound on

      WaterGate: Austin TX 2007.03.24
      Journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein visited the University of Texas to unveil documents surrounding Deep Throat. These files and clippings concerning Deep Throat, now identified as former-FBI number two man Mark Felt, will be on display at the Harry Ransom Center. Woodward and Bernstein addressed the crowd, telling them, "Watergate is never over." StoryPic&Video at

      Antiwar Radio: Scott Horton

      DailyAt http://antiwar.com/blog/category/antiwar-radio


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      US Marine Sgt/Afghanistan veteran leads demonstration
      of cadence call 'Napalm Sticks to Babies'
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      HBO Real Time with Bill Maher: 2007.03.31 Ron Paul
      Guests: US Congressman, Ron Paul, Republican antiwar, anti-'Patriot Act' & drug prohibition repeal advocate! Former US Scty of StateMadeleine Albright.

      ABC Nightline: 2007.03.27
      the Onion News Network on TV; Pesos for Pizza and more

      Daily Show / Colbert Report: 2007.03.29
      Karl Rove does 'rap' performance, Author Philip Zimbardo and Author Clive James

      DiscoveryChannel: Human 2.0 (Download ONLY)
      Speculating how biology and technology will be combined to create a new kind of human and consciousness. (2007)

      22ndCentury: World Wide Mind
      Debut: A speculative look at scientific advances over the next 100 years. First up: a theory that all willing human minds can be connected, like computers linked via the Internet. (2007.01.17)

      SouthPark: Red Hot Catholic Love / The Snuke
      [2Episdodes] 1. Red Hot Catholic Love: A priest visits South Park to find out why church attendance is down; the boys protest the tinkering of their favorite movies. (2002) 2. The Snuke: Hillary Clinton makes a campaign stop in South Park. Meanwhile, Cartman believes he's uncovered a terrorist plot. (2007)

      Execution of Saddam by Hanging Video
      find the unedited cell phone cam clips that govt licenced TV networks are too hypocritically wimpy to show to completion.

      NOTE: if any of these LoRez internet playbacks stimulate your interest in getting a clearer copy, please 'Google' that selection to locate a legal source if one is not otherwise given already.

      Best in Broadcast Journalism: Telling the Truth
      CNN's Christiane Amanpour profiles the winners of the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards for excellence in broadcast journalism to learn the backstories of the award-winning reports about Katrina, Baghdad ER and others

      Generation Next: Speak Up, Be Heard
      Journalist Judy Woodruff travels across the U.S. to interview young adults about their views on technology, social concerns and the future of the U.S. (2007)

      Free Speech: Jim Lehrer and Ben Bradlee
      The state of journalism is examined by the Washington Post's legendary former executive editor Ben Bradlee and Jim Lehrer. Included: celebrity journalism; and the use of anonymous sources. Also: how journalists can maintain the public's trust. (2006)

      BeyondTV: Where Television Meets The Internet
      Podcasters Juan Garcia and Tom Parish demonstrate how to deliver video over the Internet. Learn about blogs and other techniques to syndicate video on the Web (2006.09.28)

      PBS Charlie Rose: 2006.07.22
      Rupert Mudock on new and old media

      Frontline News War: Secrets, Sources & Spin Part 1 of 3 (Download ONLY)
      Lowell Bergman examines challenges facing the news media, including its relationship with the Bush administration; the use of anonymous sources; and the CIA leak case and its consequences. Included: comments from Patrick Buchanan; Mark McKinnon, a former media adviser to President George W. Bush; William Safire; and New York Times reporter James Risen, who helped break the NSA wiretapping story. (2007.02.13)

      Frontline News War: Secrets, Sources & Spin Part 2 of 3 (Download ONLY)
      Lowell Bergman examines the news media, including what some see as a disturbing trend: the jailing of journalists who refuse to reveal their sources. Included: comments from the San Francisco Chronicle's Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams, who were subpoenaed after reporting on the BALCO investigation, targeting steroids and athletes; ex-Whitewater prosecutor Stephen Bates; the Washington Post's Bob Woodward; blogger Josh Wolf; and former New York Times columnist William Safire. (2007.02.20)

      Frontline News War: Secrets, Sources & Spin Part 3 of 3 (Download ONLY)
      Conclusion: What's Happening to the News? Lowell Bergman examines the economic pressures the news industry faces because of aging audiences and the Internet. Included: comments from "Daily Show" head writer David Javerbaum; Ted Koppel; former L.A. Times managing editor Dean Baquet, who was fired after a dispute about staffing cuts; "60 Minutes" executive producer Jeff Fager; Google CEO Eric Schmidt; Daily Kos' Markos Moulitsas; and former L.A. Times editor John Carroll. (2007.02.27) Updated to correct file content (wrong show) 2007.03.02

      Frontline/World News War: Stories From a Small Planet
      Lowell Bergman examines the global media. Included: Al Jazeera and how it has changed the media landscape; the South Korean online newspaper OhmyNews, which encourages "citizen journalists" to contribute stories. (2007)

      MadeUpNews: Tikrit Titles
      Attempting to understand

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      Some more recent additions, upgrades or items otherwise of special interest; before they are re-distributed to other folders in this collection.
      AND the folder
      War & Peace
      Initiating physical assault upon innocent persons is wrong

      HistoryChannel: Black Aviators- Flying Free (Download ONLY)
      Classroom : Black aviation pioneers, including the Tuskegee Airmen; Eugene Bullard, who flew 20 combat missions in France and earned the country's highest military honor; and Bessie Coleman, the first black woman to pilot a plane, who opened a flight school for blacks. Also: Hubert Fauntleroy Julian, James Herman Banning and Frank Peterson. (2001)

      MilitaryIndustrialComplex: Why We Fight
      In a nationally televised 'farewell' address on January 17, 1961, only four days before John F. Kennedy's inaugural, two term 1950s US Prez Dwight Eisenhower, who was also a 4 star General and Supreme Commander of the Allied assault against Hitler in WWII, warned of the dangers of 'undue influence' exerted by the 'military-industrial complex' (he would know, afterall)
      MoreAt http://www.worldpolicy.org/journal/hartung01.html
      AddressTextAt http://www.eisenhower.utexas.edu/farewell.htm
      WikipediaAt http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military-industrial_complex

      NOTE: if any of these LoRez internet playbacks stimulate your interest in getting a clearer copy, please 'Google' that selection to locate a legal source if one is not otherwise given already.

      Chinatown (Download ONLY)
      Screenwriter Robert Towne won an Oscar for this story of murder in 1930s Los Angeles, directed by Roman Polanski. Gittes: Jack Nicholson. Evelyn: Faye Dunaway. Cross: John Huston. Escobar: Perry Lopez. Ida: Diane Ladd. Yelburton: John Hillerman. Man with Knife: Roman Polanski. Walsh: Joe Mantell. Duffy: Bruce Glover. Jerry Goldsmith composed the score. Cast & Credits: Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston, Perry Lopez, Diane Ladd (1974)

      WaterGate: Austin TX 2007.03.23
      Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were in town Friday for the release of their papers regarding Mark Felt, the man once known only as Deep Throat and who secretly helped them in uncovering the Watergate abuses. In October 1972 they wrote these words in The Washington Post: "FBI agents have established that the Watergate bugging incident stemmed from a massive campaign of political spying and sabotage conducted on behalf of President Nixon's re-election and directed by officials of the White House and the Committee for the Re-Election of the President." That was the beginning of the end for US Prez Richard Millhouse Nixon. They also talked about what they viewed as more contemporary abuses. MoreInfoAt http://www.kxan.com/global/story.asp?s=6272970 Download WindowsMedia 2 minute playback

      WaterGate: All the President's Men (Download ONLY)
      Alan J. Pakula's account of the Watergate scandal as uncovered by Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman). Jason Robards (Best Supporting Actor), Martin Balsam, Jack Warden, Hal Holbrook, Jane Alexander. Oscar-winning script by William Goldman, who adapted Woodward and Bernstein's book. Cast & Credits: Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Jason Robards, Jack Warden, Martin Balsam (1976)

      Nixon: A Presidency Revealed (Download ONLY)
      HistoryChannel: A retrospective on former president Richard Nixon's terms in office recalls his rise in politics and the mistrust and hatred that led to the Watergate scandal and brought down his presidency. Included: taped conversations between Nixon and his aides in the Oval Office and at Camp David. Among those commenting: Henry Kissinger; Charles Colson; Alexander Haig; John Dean; Ben Bradlee; and author Robert Dallek. (2007)

      PBS Charlie Rose: Make & Distribute a Movie
      Morgan Freeman promotes 'ClickStar' to download movies within weeks of release to theatres (2006.11.29)

      DiscoveryChannel: Careers in Film (Download ONLY)
      Assignment Discovery: Careers in film include producing, acting and set designing. (2006)

      the Front (Download ONLY)
      A cashier (Woody Allen) sells scripts for blacklisted writers during the McCarthy era. Zero Mostel, Herschel Bernardi, Michael Murphy, Andrea Marcovicci. Hennessey: Remak Ramsay. Myer: Marvin Lichterman. Delaney: Lloyd Gough. Directed by Martin Ritt. Cast & Credits: Woody Allen, Zero Mostel, Herschel Bernardi, Michael Murphy, Andrea Marcovicci (1976)

      StarTrekVGR: Cost of Conscience (Download ONLY)
      (aka: Latent Image) The Doctor (Robert Picardo) discovers his short-term memory buffer has been altered, so he attempts to investigate who---or what---has caused it. Ensign Jetal: Nancy Bell. Naomi: Scarlett Pomers. Janeway: Kate Mulgrew. Chakotay: Robert Beltran. Cast & Credits: Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran, Tim Russ, Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo

      When Life Was Young
      Former Life magazine photojournalists Loomis Dean, Wayne Miller, Jon Brenneis and Joe Munroe recall some of their notable assignments. (2006)

      PBS Charlie Rose 2007.03.16
      Photographer Taryn Simon and Time magazine managing editor Richard Stengel are the guests. InterNet & changing Time, photography & Chris Rock

      It Happened One Night (Download ONLY)
      Oscar winner about a madcap heiress (Claudette Colbert) running away from her father, and the reporter (Clark Gable) on her trail. Walter Connolly, Roscoe Karns. Danker: Alan Hale. Westley: Jameson Thomas. Bus Driver: Ward Bond. Frank Capra directed. Cast & Credits: Claudette Colbert, Clark Gable, Walter Connolly, Jason Thomas, Roscoe Karns (1934)

      Network (Download ONLY)
      Due to my recording error (selected 'voice ONLY' setting instead of 'audio with voice emphasis'), audio is sub-standard though voices are ok! This scathing satire on the television industry earned Oscars for Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway, Beatrice Straight and writer Paddy Chayefsky. William Holden, Robert Duvall, Ned Beatty, Wesley Addy, William Prince. Khan: Arthur Burghardt. Sidney Lumet directed. Cast & Credits: Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway, Beatrice Straight, William Holden, Robert Duvall (1976)

      One True Thing (Download ONLY)
      An ambitious journalist (Renee Zellweger) gets to know her parents as people when she returns home to care for her cancer-stricken mother (Best Actress nominee Meryl Streep). Strong cast, gutwrenching script. George: William Hurt. Brian: Tom Everett Scott. Carl Franklin directed. Cast & Credits: Renee Zellweger, Meryl Streep, William Hurt, Tom Everett Scott, Lauren Graham (1998)

      Cold Mountain (Download ONLY)
      While waiting for her beau (Jude Law) to return from the Civil War, a woman (Nicole Kidman) struggles to keep her farm afloat. Stirring epic with Renée Zellweger (Best Supporting Actress). The film was nominated for six other Oscars, including Best Cinematography. Anthony Minghella ("The English Patient") directed. Donald Sutherland, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Rocker Jack White, of the White Stripes, costars as a musician and performs "Never Far Away." Cast & Credits: Nicole Kidman, Jude Law, Renee Zellweger, Donald Sutherland, Ray Winstone (2003)

      DemocracyNow: 2007.02.15 (15 minute excerpt)
      Perhaps no musical act has paid a bigger price for speaking out against war than the Dixie Chicks, the biggest selling female music group of all time and the big winners at the Grammy Awards on Sunday. They have been largely blacklisted since the eve of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in March 2003. That's when the group’s lead singer - Natalie Maines - said the group was against the war and ashamed that the President Bush is from Texas. Barbara Kopple joins us to talk about her new documentary, “Shut Up & Sing”, which chronicles the period since. MoreInfoAt http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=07/02/15/1528222 WindowsMedia download/playback at

      Dixie Chicks Tonite!
      An evening with the Dixie Chicks. The popular country trio performs songs from their 2002 CD, "Home," along with past favorites, in this spirited concert in L.A. Songs include "Long Time Gone," "Landslide," "Truth No. 2," "White Trash Wedding," "Godspeed (Sweet Dreams)," "Cowboy Take Me Away," "Goodbye Earl," "Top of the World" and "Sin Wagon." (2002)

      Dixie Chicks Tonite! (Higher Speed Ver)
      Download ONLY (aprx 150mb) to playback on your computer (at aprx 250kbps)

      Austin City Limits: The Dixie Chicks (Download ONLY)
      The Dixie Chicks perform selections from the 2006 "Taking the Long Way" album, plus older songs. The set includes "Lubbock or Leave It"; "Truth No. 2"; "Long Time Gone"; "Silent House"; "Not Ready to Make Nice"; "Easy Silence"; "The Long Way Around"; "White Trash Wedding"; "Travelin' Soldier"; and "Mississippi." (2007.01.20)

      Also See Much More In Folder:
      *Featured in AustinLibertyInterNet Radio/TV
      Some more recent additions, upgrades or items otherwise of special interest; before they are re-distributed to other folders in this collection.

      AND in the folder....
      War & Peace
      Initiating physical assault upon innocent persons is wrong

      free FROM: AustinLibertyInterNet Radio/TV
      at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LibertyProspects/links

      (Due to popular demand, the system is often too busy to respond; so try back often. Right click playbacks to 'save target as...' to download selections to your computer for replay later at your convenience and as often as you want)

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      Distributed networking like www.PeerCast.org may enable people to
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      Please test this (at various times as needed) as an audience member
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      get a very small self installing program
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      as an experiment by me in 'distributed networking'
      then please let me know of your experience

      -Terry Liberty Parker
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