A TV reporter and cameraman are taken hostage on a tugboat while covering a workers strike. The demands of the hostage-takers are to collect all the nuclear detonators in the Charleston, SC area so they may be detonated at sea. They threaten to detonate a nuclear device of their own of their demand isnt met.
An exploded view of a ballistic issue, Bulletin is a 6-minute mish-mash-up of a mid-’60s media-archeological marvel.
Live tracks from Dispatch's last two concerts ever
The Flaming Lips offer an oral history of The Soft Bulletin, with intimate interviews examining the stories behind this modern classic.
NITV News is a program broadcast on Australia's National Indigenous Television digital channel 34 and is a part of SBS Australia. Started in February 2008, the program began with 5 minutes of News, followed by 15 minutes before finally extending to a half hour bulletin. Anchor Natalie Ahmat and Sports Presenter Kris Flanders are the regular hosts of the program and all the reporters and presenters at NITV news are from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds. The program is directed at Indigenous and non Indigenous viewers, but has found a wide audience among all Australians interested in Indigenous Australian issues, as such topics are rarely covered in the mainstream Australia media.