Interview with Monkey Of Pirate Cat TV Ch 13 in San Francisco, CA talk about the station programming how people can send video, also update on Pirate Cat Radio 87.9fm
Pirate Cat T.V. Channel 13, San Francisco, CA
Pirate Cat TV has been on the air since January 1st, 2005. We currently broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) supposedly regulates the airwaves in the public interest. We find the FCC has failed miserably in its duty to provide the public with information and entertainment unfettered and unmarred by self-serving corporate and political interests. Media, particularly television, has progressively evolved into highly effective propaganda machine and dangerous mind numbing abstraction. Pirate Cat TV aims to restore media by the people for the people.
We believe that Us Code of Regulations Title 47 Section 73.3542 allows us to broadcast without a formal license from the FCC. Our mission is to provide an alternative media source that shows generally unattainable, under-promoted, underfinanced, forgotten, thought provoking, sub-textual, even controversial programming that doesn’t fall into the typical consumer orientated ideological and politically narrow sexually stereotypically mass media that we are spoon fed daily.
Hopefully viewers of PC TV will be prompted to act whether it be (list: art, flyers, politics, make your own propaganda) but above all to think, to think for yourselves, and to be aware of the dangers of passive consumption and subtle as well as obvious (yes) ideological manipulation. We are not preaching that you don’t watch trash for entertainment, nut HEY be aware that you are watching trash. Got it? We hope you enjoy the show.
DON’T KILL YOUR TV. CHANGE THE CHANNEL.
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