Thursday, December 15, 2005

From
INDEPENDENT WORLD TELEVISION

Corporate television news is undermining your right to know. Thousands of people have died, and are still dying, in a war that a majority of people believe is based on half truths and misinformation.

Congressman John Murtha said, "We've increased terrorism in the Middle East... We've increased instability in the Middle East."

The world is a more dangerous place for all of us. We have a right to know the truth, but corporate television reports on propaganda as if it's reality. This leads to public support for policies that have little to do with the facts.

Watch the new 3 minute video with Gore Vidal, Phil Donahue, Amy Goodman, Naomi Klein and Paul Jay at http://click.iwtnews.com/t?ctl=102C2E8:3E114FA

See their take on how corporate TV news failed on the Iraq story from the start and how IWTnews is building an independent television network brave enough to report the truth.

Democracy depends on an independent and responsible media that reports the facts and stands up to power with the truth. With your support, Independent World Television will be such a network. Being free from advertising, corporate control and government funding makes it possible. That's why your support is so important.

Help us cut through the bull.
Go to http://click.iwtnews.com/t?ctl=102C2E7:3E114FA and donate to help us produce independent journalism.

Major donors Susan Adelman and Claudio Llanos have offered a challenge to IWTnews supporters. They will match, dollar for dollar, funds we raise before December 31st, up to $25,000.

We're creating production units in Iraq, Afghanistan and New Orleans. IWTnews will produce short current affairs documentaries that deliver the uncompromising journalism we so urgently need. Our flagship news show - IWTnews Nightly - will be an hour-long news program, fearlessly reporting on the world as it is. It will be seen on cable, satellite and the web. Your support makes it possible.

Tell the world that your right to know is worth fighting for. Tell the world it's time for independent journalism that will stand up to power. It's time for all of us to step up to the plate and build the kind of news network that defends our right to know.

Help us break the monopoly on information.
Bring independent fearless journalism to public view.
Donate now at http://click.iwtnews.com/t?ctl=102C2E8:3E114FA

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