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The video producers investigated here collectively challenge the socio-technical means of their professional livelihood through guerilla technological practices and policy oppositional models. They are not just broadcasters, pundits, television hosts, or behind-the-scenes waged producers. They are not just activists, seeking social justice for others. They are both broadcasters and media reformers who reform the technological and political conditions for their broadcasts. They dialogue on their future in meetings, panels, and in semi-private conversations. Their mission is how to achieve public goals such as improved democratic dialogue on private media systems while making a living. Throughout their history, video producers have modified their broadcasting approaches, how they addressed the public, and what reformist model they drew from in these pursuits.
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