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Brave New Films Becomes Newest Official Content Provider of GRITtv with Laura Flanders
NEW YORK - October 22 - Brave New Films, one of the internet’s best sources for video campaigns and original films, and GRITtv with Laura Flanders, a national, half-hour politics and culture television program, have announced that BNF will be an official content provider for GRITtv.
Through this partnership, GRITtv will consistently feature short pieces by Brave New Films on both their television program and at their online broadcast center – www.grittv.org.
Founded by filmmaker Robert Greenwald, Brave New Films has become one of the web’s leaders in progressive documentaries and viral videos, even being noted by the New York Times as a prime example of the growing influence of the internet on American politics.
Broadcast nationwide on Free Speech TV and various local cable channels, GRITtv with Laura Flanders is a forerunner in online progressive video.
“We’re very excited about our relationship with Brave New Films,” said New York Times bestselling author and GRITtv host Laura Flanders. “They are producing some of the hardest-hitting content that the web has to offer. These are pieces people, especially our viewers, need to see.”
GRITtv had previously aired Brave New Films content, but will now be regularly featuring their work both on air and online.
GRITtv is pleased to make official our long-standing collaboration with Brave New Films, and is looking forward to finding new ways to work together on progressive content for the Web and for broadcast"