Believe Anything

June 1994

A static filled look at TV and its pervasive effects and persuasions. We channel surf through reactions, analysis, commentary, critique, satire, and demonstrations relating to our national agenda setting medium and its ability to create belief and promote believability. As Peter Jennings suggests his reporters put on gas masks and a crowd outside ABC chants “Tell the truth!”, the whole electronic parade speeds on much too fast to understand its own effect on the passive consciousness of its audience. “This species has amused itself to death.”

3 Hours

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