Price: $310.00

    Code: 1548

    This historical survey of public access television uses rare video clips from across the U.S., including rediscovered footage from the _" portapak era, and interviews with community television pioneers. From the birth of the video revolution inspired by the marketing of portable TV equipment in the late Sixties, to early uses of video for community empowerment, to its use by Vietnam War protesters in the Seventies, Everyone's Channel is an illuminating overview of the people, ideas and technological developments that helped make the television democracy of cable access a reality.

    Directed by David Shulman
    1992, 58 minutes
    Purchase: $310 Classroom Rental: $125

    "...gives one of the best histories of the American community-cable movement you'll find anywhere onscreen or in print."-The Village Voice

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