Free Speech TV

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Free Speech TV (FSTV) is an independent, non-profit TV station based in Denver, Colorado, that was started in 1995. It is supported by public donations and is owned and operated by Public Communicators Incorporated, an organization that was founded in 1974.


Free Speech TV started as a cable television show in 1989. From 1995 to 2000, Free Speech TV distributed its programming each week via videotape to 50 cable channels around the United States. Free Speech today is a multi-platform news source available on Dish Network (Channel 9415) and DIRECTV (Channel 348), and .


Free Speech TV is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. Free Speech TV is supported primarily through philanthropic contributions. Viewer donations are the fastest-growing source of support, as thousands of viewers make annual donations ranging from $5 to $10,000+.

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Free Speech TV broadcasts syndicated news programs and documentaries that deal with social, political, cultural and environmental issues. Independently-produced news programs broadcast on FSTV include The Thom Hartmann Program, GRITtv with Laura Flanders, The David Pakman Show, Gay USA, The Marc Steiner Show, The UpTake and Democracy Now!.

Series from Al Jazeera English, such as Al Jazeera English News, Riz Khan, and Fault Lines are also syndicated, as are series from RT such as The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann. It also airs documentaries and original...
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