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Occupy Wall Street Going Live – Where to Watch

Occupy Wall Street Live

NYC (Oct 6) – The “Occupy Wall Street” movement joined by several large labor unions over the days, has gone live for viewers on the internet. Several sites are braodcasting the event, which started in mid-September, and growing every day.

Both live stream, and segmented videos have cropped-up providing coverage for internet viewers. Here is the shortlist of sites carrying the event:

In fact the favorite channel of a majority of the nation’s right-wing nut cases, FOX News’ local affiliate in New York City claims to have a live feed.

Albeit, the group has yet to provide any list of “Demands” to end their occupation, the ranks appear to be swelling with the unemployed as well.

To date, the group that refers to themselves as the “99ers”, the extremely long-term unemployed representing a large portion of the over “50” group of unemployed Americans has yet to show their presence although, a few “off-the-hook” members have been calling for civil disobedience for years now have yet to make an appearance.

What started out as a really small group of demonstrators, compared to other protests recently such as, the occupation of the state capitol building in Madison, WI last December, the momentum as well as, both the opposition to and the support of appears to be growing daily.

A few Democratic House members have voiced their “backing” of the group along with, spot appearances of political activist/filmmaker Michael Moore providing highlights for the movement.

WNV Headline News Posted by on October 6, 2011. Filed under Breaking News,Economic Recovery,Headline News,Human Interest. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

One Response to Occupy Wall Street Going Live – Where to Watch

  1. The Boyd Capital Group

    October 17, 2011 at 8:03 pm

    Great movement.

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