Out of the Vast Wasteland

The early years of public access cable television in New York City
by Leah Churner   posted Jun 18, 2009

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Of course the hi-brow intellectual scribe Leah Churner has failed 2 add the only Postscript that matters: sure, Public Access was great in its' era-but once the Internet was invented (by Al Gore), all-but-one of these 'vaunted' Shows were completely eclipsed by better Net offerings. Ugly George had 110,000,000 links in '09;now there are 1 Billion.Is she loath 2 draw a lesson?
ugly george   posted 24.06.13


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Leah Churner is a film/video archivist and curator. She curated the series "Hollywood Musicals of the 1970s and 1980s" at Anthology Film Archives.

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