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Sunday, May 01, 2005
  MayDay MayDay MayDay MayDay!
Videomakers and media activists unite in a single chorus: Streaming TV - No to the precariousness of life!

The Italian word for 'Precariato' stands for the people who can't have any labour security, because of the latest 'flexible' style of working contracts, in which all the risks are for the worker, and less for the industries they work for.

Today on May 1st 2005, from 16.00 hours (CET) live from the MayDay parades in Milan and Naples a new astonishing TV will be visible in streaming and in the ether by all the Italian Telestreets and not only. There will as well be connections with the Forte Prenestino in Rome that is partying is its 19 years of squatted existence.

If you 'have good connections' you can connect yourself to the site www.ngvision.org and follow the open source and free software instructions in favor of free information. The march of the precarious of the last year was completely obscured by the mainstream media, this year it is possible to follow it through radiostreaming over the web at www.radiogap.net or www.radio.autistici.org like every year and with video through www.ngvision.org

Connect yourself, look, spread the news and write your eventual comments to ngv@ecn.org
 
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