Episode #210: "Must You Kill Me
With Your Mind?"
First Broadcast: 4/24/00 Episode started late; i.e., all of our opening animation and all our opening credits were cut off--AGAIN. When the episode was returned to us, we examined it and found that no tone had been added by MNN before the program, and a few frames of silence had been inserted in our audio tracks in the beginning of our program.
Repeated: 10/30/00 This time, after I explained the problems that occurred in April, the episode began on time at the correct point, showing all our opening animation and opening credits--and the point at the beginning where the tone was incorrectly placed last time.
Repeated: 4/16/01 Episode began at 1:59:30 AM and ended at 2:28:30 AM.
28-Minute Reformat: 5/5/03 (DV) Episode began at 2:01 AM
Attempted Repeat: 12/13/04 Episode did not air; MNN's transmission on Channel 67 was video "snow" (i.e., total lack of signal), and MNN's web transmission did not connect.
Repeated: 6/20/05 Transmission began at 2:00:49 AM and ended at 2:27:59 AM, cutting off approximately 50 seconds from the end of our program, including all of our end credits.
Repeated: 1/2/06 Transmission began a few seconds after 2:00 AM with program in progress, cutting off our "Free New York" title.
Repeated: 3/17/08 "Free New York" title cut off.
Repeated: 12/15/08; 4/27/09
Attempted Repeat: 3/21/11 Episode did not air. MNN repeated our episode #567 instead.
Repeated: 4/18/11; 11/21/16; 9/28/20
The original description of this episode read like this:
"Ah, Tim Leary would have been proud of this episode. Or at least his friends might have enjoyed it."
Those old links no longer work the way they used to. So, enjoy these new links about Tim Leary and his friends instead!
So, what is Free New York anyway? The simple answer is that it's a
this neat little
public access TV show on
Manhattan Neighborhood Network which I co-produce with the
tremendous help of my camerawoman/editor/everything else,
Kim. The complicated answer
is that it's a project of mine to broadcast opinions and events which
don't always appear within "the mainstream media" (like The New York Times,
the major networks, local radio, etc.), and so far I think it's been working.
If you think I'm doing a good job--or not--and you feel
like sending me snail mail, the address is:
Free New York
P.O. Box 20945
Tompkins Square Station
New York, NY 10009
You can also email me at email@example.com, which should get to me a lot faster than the snail mail.
Check back later. I'm sure something will turn up.
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