My latest project is just getting started! Neocash Radio is a weekly podcast and more that focuses on the ever changing alternative-currency marketplace. Led by Darren and myself, we hope to provide information and news on a variety of platforms. Whether you are a bitcoin junkie who wants the cutting edge of cryptocurrency news or a newcomer to the bitcoin who just wants to learn the ropes, we’ve got you covered.
Manchester is the home to many bitcoin start-ups and a growing community of miners. It is only natural that a podcast would fit into the scene and broadcast these exciting developments to the world. I hope to bring my media experience and marketing talents to bear and make the show an international hit!
Check it out and share it with your friends. Also follow us on twitter for the bleeding edge of alt-currency news!
Filed under: Audio, Bitcoin, Copblock, Copwatch, Corruption, Court, Economic Freedom, Free Concord, Free Press, International, Issues, Living Free, National, New Hampshire, News, Noncooperation, Police, Politics, Radio News, Thuggery, Victimless Crimes, Video
The April 14 2013 edition of Peace News Now was visually illustrated by Free Concord’s Garret Ean. In Sunday’s program, you’ll hear about the latest on Bitcoin, police accountability issues in Salisbury, NC, and how a recently declassified NSA document might reveal evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence. Check out episode #95 of the daily newscast produced by superactivist Derrick J Freeman below:
Filed under: Audio, Bitcoin, Economic Freedom, Free Concord, Free Press, International, Living Free, National, News, Noncooperation, Politics, Radio News, Video
Today’s episode of Derrick J Freeman’s daily five minute newscast Peace News Now was illustrated for video by none other than Free Concord’s Garret Ean. This episode features analysis of the latest military escalations in Korea, and wraps up with news of bitcoin’s continued climb with innovations in its use for the European market. See today’s feature below, North Korea Threatens War.
Filed under: Audio, Free Concord, Free Press, New Hampshire, News, Radio News, Robin Hood, Video
WKBK Keene’s Talk Back hosted by Cynthia Georgina and featuring guest host councilor Jim Duffy discussed the recent uptick in the practice of Robin Hooding in the area. Illustrated in the following video is the first two minutes of the segment. A full sixteen minutes was spent on the subject with three callers phoning in their perspective. You can hear all sixteen minutes in a video at Fr33manTVraw (embedded below text).
CG: And, what’s going on with people plugging the meters for other people, have you heard about that?
JD: Oh, yes, I’ve seen it’s back. It was going on a while ago. Robin Hood, they call themselves the Robin Hoods, and what they do is, if they see an expired meter, they’ll plug it, and according to the videos they’ve posted, either with nickels or quarters. A nickel only gets you six minutes, so you know, you still might get a ticket if you’re depending on Robin Hood, if they’re only putting nickels…
CG: And, so what is the purpose of this?
Filed under: Free Concord, Free Press, International, Issues, Keene Weekly News, National, New Hampshire, News, Outreach, Police, Politics, Radio News, Satire, Shire TV, Video
This past week I spent some time collecting video, writing a script, directing and editing an episode of ShireTV to air on the evening of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The public access studios were closed in observance of the federal holiday, so I stepped up to create an episode to be submitted the week prior with the assistance of the program’s usual cohost James Cleaveland. After an evening of shooting with a day to edit and publish a submittable, finished episode, I allowed one of the associate producers of the weekly show to review the finished product. This was not my first involvement with ShireTV, as I had made a guest appearance in the past. It was my first endeavor behind the camera for the show. Though numerous portions of my finished episode had to be removed for noncommercial reasons, a breaking point for whether or not an associate producer felt himself comfortable submitting the final cut revolved around the edification of the brief ending sequence. Dislike of a creative production is understandable, but as resistance was provoked during the test screening, I knew that the uncensored version of the episode had to be released as its own production. It was decided that another producer would be sponsoring the episode with an alternative ending, and I agreed to coincide release of the uncompromised original cut with the previously scheduled airing. The unrestricted omniaudience of the internet will have access to the banned episode when it publishes here at 6:59pm. On cable will air the satisfactory, yet compromised edition of the program at 7:00pm. Organized in three segments, the show begins discussing local radio hubub in Keene from the week prior, then segues into Robin Hooding victories. The last segment is footage of US military veterans tossing back their war medals in the largest such demonstration since the Vietnam War, filmed at the 2012 NATO summit on May 20 in Chicago. Read more
Filed under: Audio, News, Outreach, Personal Freedom, Radio News, Victimless Crimes, Video, Your Evolution
It’s easy to find news of distopic nightmares come true. It’s harder to find articles focussed on positive news stories of people peacefully resisting tyranny. Enter PeaceNewsNow.com. Peace News Now condenses the day’s peaceful resistance news into a digestible 5-minute report that can be enjoyed in both audio and video. To hear the audio version you can subscribe via the iTunes store (it’s free!), or to watch the animated version subscribe to the PeaceNewsNow YouTube channel. (Right now, I only have 2 subscribers. Can you help me improve on that?)
Here’s a sample of the latest episode which aired today:
Filed under: Audio, Democrats, Free Concord, Issues, Jailed Activist, New Hampshire, News, Politics, Radio News, Response, Victimless Crimes
Yesterday I called in to Keene’s open-phones local news show, Talkback, after the main host, Cynthia Georgina suggested jail telephone systems were too expensive. She didn’t understand why such an expense was necessary where jails are ‘supposed to be punishment’.
In the program, we were only able to touch on a few aspects of her belief, when there’s so much that could be said about that mentality. People who are not affected by jails can fail to recognize the unnecessary strain on human life created by conditions of caging. In the nation that has 25% of the world’s institutionalized inmates, it is still easy to ignore the plight of others when they are removed from sight and mind.
Because Cynthia was specifying jails, she was endorsing punishment of people held for either misdemeanor convictions (facing a penalty of under a year of incarceration) or those being detained pending trial. Detention pending trial could simply mean one is too poor to afford bail, or that they were in violation of any number of stringent bail conditions. When I brought up that New Hampshire jails are occupied by a large number of individuals convicted of driving infractions, Cynthia was surprised, unaware of the mandatory minimum prison sentence written into state law for those designated habitual offenders. Read more
Filed under: Audio, Concord, Copblock, Court, Free Concord, Free Press, International, Issues, National, New Hampshire, News, Noncooperation, Police, Radio News, Victimless Crimes, Video
Yesterday an appearance on Peace Love Liberty Radio from last week was released as an isolated segment. Today was published another radio appearance by Garret Ean on the Ladies in Keene program, which airs Saturdays from 11pm to 1am on the Liberty Radio Network. In the first of two segments, hosts Cecilia and Shaunna welcome Garret to discuss videos recently produced in the area. The second segment of the program finds them on the subject of UAV drone warfare. The 18 minute piece has been illustrated with relevant videos. You can hear the entire December 11 episode as linked.
Filed under: Audio, Free Concord, Free Press, National, New Hampshire, Radio News, Video
Garret Ean of freeconcord.org was featured as a guest on the final three segments of the December 9 episode of Peace Love Liberty Radio. PLLR broadcasts Sundays on LRM.FM live from Keene between the hours of 3 and 5pm, and the program is hosted by Darryl W. Perry. Much of the discussion centers around activist videography and responsibilities when recording and publishing content. You can hear the extracted segment in the embedded video.
Filed under: Audio, Concord, Copwatch, Court, Free Concord, Free Press, Free Talk Live, Issues, National, New Hampshire, News, Noncooperation, Police, Radio News, Thuggery, Update, Victimless Crimes, Video
Published today is a half hour of discussion from Tuesday night’s episode of Free Talk Live covering the happenings around the recent bicycle headlamp/audio recording trial. Included are video from incidents cited during the radio show, featuring the coerced removal of a videographer from the lobby of the Concord District Court. See the full trial video at the FreeConcordTV youtube channel.