Media Roots TV – Greg Palast & Vultures’ Picnic

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MEDIA ROOTS — On November 14, 2011, Abby Martin of Media Roots interviewed award-winning journalist and best-selling author Greg Palast after his talk at the First Congregational Church of Berkeley.

Greg Palast, a freelance journalist for the BBC as well as British newspaper The Observer, discusses his newly published book Vultures’ Picnic, corporate collusion, the bought-and-paid-for-media establishment, the role of citizen journalism around the Occupy Wall Street Movement, and the value of organisations such as Project Censored.

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Abby Martin of Media Roots Interviews Greg Palast about Vultures’ Picnic

 

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