Subject to Change: Guerrilla Television Revisited

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Index
Aaron, Chloe, 28
ABC, 40, 123, 202, 205-206
Abel, Elie, 115
ABM (Anything but McGovern) movement, 41
abortion, 243 n19
Abshire, Nathan, 148-149, 151
academy awards, 164
Adams, Samuel, 132
Adland ( TVTV)
fundraising, 89-90
self-criticism, 90
run-in with unions, 91
criticism, 91-92
Adler, Renata, 42, 45
adult community education, 48-49
adversarial organization, 193
Agee, James, 2
Agnew, Vice-President Spiro, 75
AIDS, 206
AIM (American Indian Movement), 70, 121
Albaum, Mal, 146
Alinsky, Sol, 49, 144
Allen, Charles, 183
"All in the Family," 93
"All-Star Wrestling," 100
Alpert, Jon, 107, 203, 257 n31
Alternate Media Center ( New York University), 34, 50
alternative media, xiii, 50, 91, 93-94, 130, 193. See also guerrilla television; community video
alternative programming, as high culture, 199
Altman, Robert, 173
Alvarez, Louis, 256 n27
Always Love Your Man (Ama L'Uomo Tuo) ( DeVito), 169
"Amazing Live Monday Night Video Chautauqua" ( Broadside TV), 102
American Friends Service Center ( Quakers), 65, 69
"An American Family" ( Gilbert), 123, 177, 252 n23
American Nazis, 60
American Indian Movement (AIM), 211
"America's Funniest Home Videos," 205
"Andy's Gang," 3
Angell, Roger, 161
Ant Farm, 37, 67, 73, 76, 87, 228 n4
Anthony, Elle, 169-170
Antioch College ( Ohio), 9, 37
anti-war movement, 191
anti-protester sentiments, 59
Appalachia, 48-54, 143, 231 n4, 232 n19
Appalachian folk culture, 100, 102
Appalachian Regional Commission, 96, 140
Appel, Wendy, 78, 105
career, 186-187
end of TVTV, 183
and The Good Times Are Killing Me, 146, 148
"L.A., L.A.," 159
and Priscilla Fontenot's beauty parlor, 149, 152
Aquino, Corazon, 204
Armstrong, David, 5, 237 n4
Art and Politics ( UCV), 120, 242 n13
"The Ascent of Man" ( Bronowski), 126
assembly, freedom of, 195
Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF), 199
Auberjonois, Rene, 179
Aufderheide, Pat, 69-70
automotive industry, documentaries on, 202
Ayres, Bill, 131

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