CN Live! is Going Strong, For Now

CN Live! was launched last July and in less than a year it has made its mark on independent video journalism with 26 episodes and two full-length documentaries challenging mainstream thought.

Among our guests have been Dr. Jill Stein and economist Richard Wolff to discuss the pandemic in America; journalists Gareth Porter, Patrick Lawrence and Pepe Escobar on U.S. and global politics; former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, retired Australian ambassador Tony Kevin, and journalist Aaron Maté on Russia and Russiagate; former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Mike Gravel and legal scholar Marjorie Cohn on the U.S. presidential election;  Middle East scholar As’ad AbuKhalil and analyst Giorgio Cafiero on the political intricacies of the region; Whitney Webb on the Jeffery Epstein affair; and Nils Melzer, the UN special rapporteur on torture and WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hraffnson on the U.S. attack on journalist and publisher Julian Assange, as well as much, much more. 

Nat Parry, a son of our founder, wrote this about CN Live!:

“Congratulations on the CN Live! initiative — it looks great and is something I’m sure my dad would be pleased with. I know he always wanted to do more in terms of video…” 

You can find our entire archive of shows at CN Live! and single videos and interviews on our YouTube channel.

It costs money to produce CN Live! for our readers and viewers.  And that’s why we have to depend on you to ensure that CN Live! stays on the web as one of the most incisive current affairs programs.

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1 comment for “CN Live! is Going Strong, For Now

  1. amy@nolvido.info
    May 20, 2020 at 11:57

    Awesome Chinese poster…straight out of the cultural revolution!

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