Fw: Live From Seattle: World Trade Watch Radio

Michael Pugliese debsian at SPAMpacbell.net
Mon Nov 15 03:33:48 MST 1999




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Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 12:33 PM
Subject: Live From Seattle: World Trade Watch Radio


> LIVE FROM SEATTLE: WORLD TRADE WATCH RADIO
>
> Help get this alternative coverage on your local non-commercial station!
>
> Syndicated columnist Norman Solomon and veteran radio journalist
> Julie Light will co-host World Trade Watch, a series of five daily
programs
> from the historic WTO Summit in Seattle, Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, 1999.
>
> The air you breathe, the food you eat, even the size of your bank account
> are all affected by the World Trade Organization. Yet transnational
> corporations increasingly call the shots and benefit from international
> trade policy. Companies like Microsoft and Boeing plan to roll out the red
> carpet for top officials from 135 countries at the upcoming summit.
> Environmentalists, labor and community activists from around the globe
will
> also converge on Seattle to hold forums and protests, demanding that their
> voices be heard.
>
> WORLD TRADE WATCH will be talking to farmers from India, trade activists
> from Ghana, peasants from Chiapas, and grassroots activists from the U.S.
and
> around the world. We'll track behind the scenes corporate lobbyists and
> buttonhole official trade representatives. We'll have reports from the
> field and lively in-studio discussion.
>
> Find out how you can get your local radio station to carry WORLD TRADE
WATCH!
>
> Programs are FREE to non-commercial stations.
>
> CONTACT US TODAY: (510) 251-1077
> Email: wtw at radioproject.org
>
> Co-Produced by the NATIONAL RADIO PROJECT: www.radioproject.org,
> CORPORATE WATCH: www.corpwatch.org, and the INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC ACCURACY:
> www.accuracy.org
>
> WORLD TRADE WATCH can be aired live from the NPR satellite or via tape
> delay. One-hour programs can also be aired in 29-minute modules. Broadcast
> quality programming will also be distributed on the Internet.
>
> SATELLITE:
> Live uplink from KUOW Seattle
> A67.7 on the public radio satellite
> 13:00-13:59 EST
>
> INTERNET BROADCAST QUALITY:
> www.radioproject.org Downloadable version of the programs in MPEG format.
> See the site for software and instructions. Winamp is necessary for
> playback. In order to take full advantage of MPEG quality a professional
> sound card is required.
>
> INTERNET FOR PERSONAL LISTENING:
> WTO series in RealAudio format on Corporate Watch website:
> www.corpwatch.org, or the National Radio Project web site,
> www.radioproject.org
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