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New York’s public access TV was a cesspool of soft-core porn

New York’s public access TV was a cesspool of soft-core porn
Back in the late ’60s, in the nascent days of cable television, George Stoney viewed the innovation as a leap for democracy. The activist, professor and documentary filmmaker — who would become known as the father of public access television — saw the potential to give everyday Joes a voice. It could be a high-minded…

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