Other Voices, Other Choices is creating Alternative Media
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patrons

$58
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Greetings from Wilton Vought, creator/producer of Other Voices, Other Choices, a Facebook pageYouTube channelblog, and a cable access TV show airing in several cities. Through these various media outlets I am able to disseminate ideas and information not generally heard via corporate media. The playlist shown above, consisting of videos from the 2017 UNAC conference, is an example of my work. Since 2003 I have produced more than 300 videos covering peace & justice issues and events:

tinyurl.com/yas7dmfo

But there is so much more I could and would do if only my viewers would be supportive.

I have on-going expenses related to media activism, mainly travel, bandwidth fees, equipment, and file storage. I gladly donate my time (lots of it), but need to somehow make this project financially sustainable.

I tend to get burned out if I think people don't value this project enough to make even a small contribution. Like everyone else, I want to believe my work is important and appreciated.

Each patron is one more voice telling me to keep doing what I'm doing.

The 1% obviously value their bought-and-paid-for media. They go to great lengths and spare no expense to divert our attention with meaningless drivel, to turn us into impulsive consumers, and to restrict the flow of information to just what they want us to hear.

Do you value alternative media?
Goals
$58 of $2,500 per month
The Current Fantasy is that the left community will support my efforts to bring videos of various conferences, speaking engagements, protests, etc. to a larger audience in real time.

$2500 per month in viewer support will enable me to livestream several events per month without having to ask cash-strapped event organizers to reimburse my expenses. There have been many events that I wanted to cover but had to decline due to cost.

By becoming a patron you are enabling me to donate my services to organizers of similar events. I don't seek to be paid for my time, but rather to be empowered to donate my services to the cause of peace & justice.

The minimum pledge is only $1 per month, and even that small amount would make a huge difference if enough people were supportive.
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Greetings from Wilton Vought, creator/producer of Other Voices, Other Choices, a Facebook pageYouTube channelblog, and a cable access TV show airing in several cities. Through these various media outlets I am able to disseminate ideas and information not generally heard via corporate media. The playlist shown above, consisting of videos from the 2017 UNAC conference, is an example of my work. Since 2003 I have produced more than 300 videos covering peace & justice issues and events:

tinyurl.com/yas7dmfo

But there is so much more I could and would do if only my viewers would be supportive.

I have on-going expenses related to media activism, mainly travel, bandwidth fees, equipment, and file storage. I gladly donate my time (lots of it), but need to somehow make this project financially sustainable.

I tend to get burned out if I think people don't value this project enough to make even a small contribution. Like everyone else, I want to believe my work is important and appreciated.

Each patron is one more voice telling me to keep doing what I'm doing.

The 1% obviously value their bought-and-paid-for media. They go to great lengths and spare no expense to divert our attention with meaningless drivel, to turn us into impulsive consumers, and to restrict the flow of information to just what they want us to hear.

Do you value alternative media?

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