Media Roots TV – Greg Palast & Vultures’ Picnic

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MEDIA ROOTS — On November 14, 2011, Abby Martin of Media Roots interviewed award-winning journalist and best-selling author Greg Palast after his talk at the First Congregational Church of Berkeley.

Greg Palast, a freelance journalist for the BBC as well as British newspaper The Observer, discusses his newly published book Vultures’ Picnic, corporate collusion, the bought-and-paid-for-media establishment, the role of citizen journalism around the Occupy Wall Street Movement, and the value of organisations such as Project Censored.



Abby Martin of Media Roots Interviews Greg Palast about Vultures’ Picnic


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