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Dctv Launches Speakup New York "Cybercar" Tour Leading Up to 2002 New York Gubernatorial Election

StorySeptember 26, 2002
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DCTV Downtown Community Television, home of Democracy Now, has just launched its Speak Up New York Cybercar Tour. It will travel to 25 cities throughout New York State to motivate youth to get out and vote. The Cybercar is a 22nd century studio bus equipped with a giant video screen wall mounted on the side. It will allow people to create video segments, upload information to websites and broadcast live from any location. The Cybercar will engage youth and media makers in an active learning environment to help change the 2002 gubernatorial election.

Guests:

  • Jon Alpert, Founder, Downtown Community Television Center.
  • Matt O’Neill, Executive Producer, Cybercar.

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