October 21, 2004

Fahrenheit 9/11 Sound Track - Download it now!

Is the video too big for you? Well now you can hear Fahrenheit 9-11. I have separated the audio track and you can Download it Here. It's only 14 megs - far smaller than the 650 meg video. Download it and pass it around.

Posted by marc at October 21, 2004 04:41 PM | TrackBack
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Thank you!

I also wanted to ask you to look into spreading the word about using Public Access Channels in local towns to broadcast F9/11.

We are organizing an effort at DU

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=show_mesg&forum=132&topic_id=1132759&mesg_id=1132759

And it appears Michael has given his permission to do so.

http://www.azstarnet.com/sn/vote_2004/44435.php

By C.J. Karamargin
ARIZONA DAILY STAR

A Tucson woman has succeeded where director Michael Moore failed: She is making sure the anti-Bush documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" gets on television before the Nov. 2 election. Radio producer Elaine Higginbotham has Moore's permission to air the controversial film on local public-access television. The broadcast means that an estimated 150,000 local cable subscribers could be among a select few able to view the film without having to rent the DVD.

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Higginbotham asked Moore if she could air "Fahrenheit 9/11" when he visited Tucson on Oct. 11 as part of a national speaking tour. His response to her request, she said, was unequivocal and captured on tape.

"Yes, of course," he said. "Burn, baby, burn. Please do that and please try to get as many people as possible to see it before the election."

Moore could not be reached for comment, but Behrend said Higginbotham signed a release indicating she has permission to air the film.

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Spokesmen for both companies say they do not exercise any "editorial control" over cable access programming. The same holds true for the city and Access Tucson. "It really is a public forum and the only restriction really is that the programs be noncommercial," Behrend said.

Posted by: AirAmericaTALK.com at October 21, 2004 05:09 PM
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