Neat New Net Show: “Meet the Bloggers”)

July 17, 2008

Meet the Bloggers

Robert Greenwald and the loco(a)s at Brave New Films-the folks who brought you Outfoxed, The Real McCain and other agit-flicks- are at it again. Their latest launch? Meet the Bloggers, an exciting, ambitious and live new online video show that seeks to expand the national political debate and discussion beyond the talking head set. As you can see from the title, bloggers -smart, courageous bloggers and thinkers (and yours truly, the not-so-courageous or smart bald writer)- will occupy a central place on the show, which will also feature a number of engaging and influential weekly guests, including Senator Harry Reid, Arianna Huffington, John Cuzak and many others. Beginning this Friday the 18th, the show will broadcast online every Friday and will focus on the kind of unconventional political opinion and analysis you come to the web for. The show will feature bloggers include The Huffington Post, Think Progress, Alternet, Jack & Jill Politics and Of América.

Check out the trailer and pilot below and tune in to what promises to be a brave new experiment in politics, media and the search for intelligent life.

Trailer

2 Responses to “Neat New Net Show: “Meet the Bloggers”)”

  1. adriana Says:

    This is great! I love Jack & Jill Politics blog and of course this one too.

    Hey Roberto, we are mainstream!

  2. Alex Says:

    I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you down the road!


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