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Liberty Action Network TV

is a show that airs every Wednesday from 1 to 1:30 on channel 21 in Morris County, NJ and 6 to 6:30 pm in parts of Passaic County on channel 20

The TV Network began November of 2012, airing shows that are educational in nature.  It is an all volunteer network designed to correct the media and its biased.  It is the first TV Station (teaparty like) to live stream to youtube and this website using a sony handycam broadcaster. It has the capability of going 24-7.  two shows currently syndicating on the the network are

Women of Another View”  airs every other Monday.  And, the “Lunch Pail and the Professor.

Women of Another View parodies “The View” and talks about various issues in our country today. Hosts are Doreen Finkle, Barabara from Harlem, Susan Carroll, Pat Rivera, and Carol Gallentine.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWYulsOpTU0[/youtube]

The Show Syndicating to Liberty Action Network Tv is the Lunch Pail and Professor

This show is is LANTV’s premier political comedy starring DR. Al Frech as the professor and Jack as the Lunch Pail.  This airs every other Tuesday at 10:30 AM right here on this website and campusteaparties.com

You can watch the show here: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhRYVcONMc0[/youtube]

All of the shows for TV can be found here:

http://www.youtube.com/user/Libertyactionnetwork

YOUTH FOR INDEPENDENCE RADIO

is the radio broadcast of the campustea.  It airs every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 9pm to 10pm here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/youth-for-independence

The radio show has been in existence since September of 2012.  To date it gathers over 50, 000 listeners.  You can call in when it airs at 6469158117.  Hosting the show is Mark Falzon and Doreen Finkle.

 

 


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