You can use public access cable television channels and video-sharing websites to broadcast conservative shows, at no or little cost.
For more than twenyt years, The Conservative Caucus (now Americans for Constitutional Liberty) produced a weekly television program--Conservative Roundtable. Learn the easy steps Contact our office for details. You may wish to start your own cable or internet TV show too!
Video sharing websites like YouTube offer great opportunities for conservatives to spread the message. You can record educational videos on particular issues, record conservative meetings (with permission), make humorous skits or fake commercials, record city council meetings, or interview taxpayers or candidates. Stand outside a post office on April 15th and ask people if they want their taxes increased or cut. Interview people on the street. Ask elected officials to recite any part of the Constitution--shouldn't they know it better than anyone else? (even their refusal may be worth recording: "Well, I, uh, couldn't be expected to know exactly what the 10th Amendment says..."!) Even your brief comments on the day's news can make for a good online video. Production values for such video websites are much more flexible than broadcast television--the amateur look can work well, but make sure your lighting and sound are good. If you are talking to the camera, look right at the camera and try a close-up shot. Use simple, easy to read titles.
You can even video left-wing demonstrations to show their real agenda--show viewers the un-sanitized truth the liberal media always leaves out. At such rallies, you'll often find plenty of Communist and radical banners and signs, offensive t-shirts, Communist and Mexican flags, signs or t-shirts promoting drug use, people burning our flag, people shouting anti-American slogans, etc. It can be funny to see people at a "peace" demonstration shouting-down anyone with an opposing opinion or carrying signs with incredibly hateful messages for their opponents. Interview the participants! Get a signed release from anyone you interview.
Copyrights: Be sure all videos you post online or distribute in any way are ones which you made or have rights to distribute to avoid copyright problems. Post links to videos from other sources.
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