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Date:6/29/2010

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Bait and Switch TV: Investigative Satire is a new internet TV channel and TV series that examines controversies and cultural landscapes with the comedic force of a backhoe, digging much deeper than existing news formats while striving to keep viewers laughing. BSTV's pilot episode on the unsavory practices of the meat and dairy industries is followed by their upcoming episode on the Federal Reserve's “big, bad banking system.” There are over 60 episode's in the BSTV production pipeline, each of them followed up by dozens of Live Debates. The goal is to keep talking about these issues, keep learning, keep questioning.

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