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PROGRESSIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN CONNECTICUT

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GREEN MEDIA

CounterPoint

Monday Evenings 8-10 PM. A review of the week’s under-reported news with thought provoking interviews conducted by Scott Harris, Public Affairs Director at WPKN. (89.5 FM and on the web at www.wpkn.org).

New Focus Radio

An interview program hosted by Hartford Green Party member Mike DeRosa. Mike and his guests provide fresh and insightful analyses of politics, economics, the environment and society. New Focus can be heard on WWUH, Hartford, CT 91.3 FM on Fridays at 12 Noon and 7 PM.

Between The Lines

Since 1991, non-commercial, listener-supported WPKN Radio 89.5 FM in Bridgeport, Connecticut, has produced this weekly, award-winning public affairs show. A four-time winner of the Connecticut Associated Press Broadcast Award for Best Feature in the non-commercial category, this syndicated, half-hour program provides a platform for individuals and spokespersons from progressive organizations generally ignored or marginalized by the mainstream media. Between the Lines covers a wide range of political, economic and social topics.

Thinking Green

Since 2004, the New London Greens have produced a public access TV show, "Thinking Green," which airs live from MetroCast studio in Waterford. During election season, the show focuses on Green Party candidates for local and statewide office. The rest of the time it is usually not particularly partisan; its goal is to provide a venue for progressive ideas on a wide range of topics, including (but not restricted to) peace, the environment, sustainable living, social justice, and community-based economics. Every Tuesday evening, 7 PM in the New London area on Public Access TV Channel 25.

The Struggle

Since 2003, this weekly program, a project of the Middle East Crisis Committee, has covered the struggle for peace and justice and the rights of Palestinians and other oppressed peoples. It is now shown on 22 public access cable stations in CT and elsewhere.

Green Vision

An interview program hosted in 2009 by CT Green Party members Steve Fournier and Scott Deshefy. An ecological perspective on current events and conditions: issues, policy, controversy. Green Vision was a production of the web-based AccessTV, from Hartford, CT, as is Steve's more recent occasional program, Current Invective.

Questioning Citizen

Cablecast 1996-2014 on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the Newtown-to-New Milford area on Public Access TV Channel 21. A weekly cultural and public affairs program in northwestern CT; Joe Mustich and Ken Cornet, producers.

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