February 19, 2004

Infiltrating the Liberal Media, Part 1: The Saga Begins

Remember that "undercover work" I mentioned yesterday? I just got back from my first "mission." You're probably wondering what that means.

Basically, I just volunteered to work at HillTV, Syracuse University's student-run television station. More specifically, I am now a writer for "SU Live," which is a sketch comedy show.

I know that's not quite the "liberal media," but it is a start. Now that I'm working at the TV station, I can begin my quest to take back the media from the left, and I can also report on the liberal media from the inside.

The "Infiltrating the Liberal Media" series will be a regular feature on the blog as I travel closer to the source, and I'll use it to report on how they work, what they're up to, and things like that.

This is my mission in life, folks. The main reason I chose Syracuse was to get the best possible education in the TV/film business and use my knowledge to change the way it works. Did you think I wanted to be a screenwriter just to "entertain" people? Heh heh.

So, like I said, I'm a writer for SU Live. It's not really "liberal" per se, as it's basically just regular college humor (they had a very enlightened discussion on whether the word "nutsack" is better as an insult, an exclamation, or a person's name that's actually pronounced "noot-sok"). However, now that I'm working in TV, I can start figuring out how the media operates and give you some inside information. It's gonna be great.

Did I mention I might also be in a few shows? The writers are also the actors for SU Live. You can watch some of them online provided you have a Windows Media Player (stupid Mac...I won't even be able to watch my own shows). I'll let you know when I contribute if you want to check it out. I suppose I'll have to use my real name on the blog at least once to prove it's me. We'll see...

Anyway, that's the start of "Infiltrating the Liberal Media." This is going to be exciting. The revolution WILL be televised!


Posted by CD on February 19, 2004 10:44 PM
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Windows Media Player for Mac

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at February 20, 2004 09:29 AM

I seem to be having some trouble installing that, but thanks for the tip.

Posted by: CD at February 20, 2004 05:12 PM

Never mind. It works now. Thanks a lot!

Posted by: CD at February 20, 2004 07:29 PM
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