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5 Videos You Should See This Week (December 4th)

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As an OpEdNews Multi-Media Editor, I post five videos each week that I think you should see. I do not do this to select videos that represent the top news stories of the week. I pick five videos that I think show something that may have been underreported or that I think should be seen by you because of what the video explores.
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The past week has been dominated by WikiLeaks and talk about whether or not to assassinate Julian Assange and what this means for secrecy and privacy and transparency in government. I will depart temporarily from the WikiLeaks story but return to it at the end.

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First off, if you are into the WikiLeaks story, I will be doing a live 2-hour podcast at 4 pm ET today, Saturday, December 4th. This is the link. I and host Chris Novembrino and news analyst Jordan Darnell Williams will be taking calls and also offering up our take on the contents of the cables, the issues WikiLeaks raises, and we will be getting into a debate on Julian Assange and whether WikiLeaks is "anti-American."

Call in information:

(724) 444-7444
Call ID: 83395
When it asks for a pin #, press 1.

*You can visit the link again in the next few days and download segments from the podcast.
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And now some videos:

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Jay Rosen on Wikileaks: "The watchdog press died; we have this instead." from Jay Rosen on Vimeo.

Insightful video blog on why WikiLeaks is to be valued and not discarded. It explains why it is doing what the press isn't doing.


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Kevin Gosztola is managing editor of Shadowproof Press. He also produces and co-hosts the weekly podcast, "Unauthorized Disclosure." He was an editor for OpEdNews.com

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