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Saturday, February 2, 2019
No Agenda-The Saturday Memo
11 Years of No Agenda
Now, more than ever, help the show.. Please, you can pick up the slack.There are excellent ideas on thesupport page here.
Dear Producer, The show fell short last Thursday, and everyone needs to pick up the slack. Some of this has to do with the cold weather affecting both listening and donating to the show. Some loss has to do with too many emails ending up in the Gmail promotions tab or, worse, not getting delivered at all.
This show is an experiment in how efforts like this can be supported without the natural bias that occurs within a commercial structure utilizing advertising or underwriting by corporate entities.
No corporation will support the No Agenda Show because the deep news analysis and its often subversive conclusions will tarnish a brand too easily. The show (in its current form) cannot survive corporate control, period. It’s possible that the two of us could do a commercially acceptable product and make a lot of money doing it. But you must know that this sort of product would not be the No Agenda Show.
The only way your No Agenda Show works is with sincere and steady support from you, the genuine producers. It was hit and miss all January. You are getting over 24 hours a month of real news analysis that helps you make sense of things and gives you valuable insight into what is really going on.
Contribute today to support the show. Click here. Your support is needed more than ever. How about becoming an executive producer once in your life. Click here for that.
Co-host is love,
PS Checks should be sent directly to the No Agenda Show, Box 339, El Cerrito CA 94530. Your support means everything. We love to hear from you with notes and cards all year round.
There are some filters, esecially in Gmail that do a text to jpg ratio analysis then shoots the newsletter into the promotions tab because of too many pics. So let's see what happens with less pics.
Found in a Japanese Dept store where someone thought the word meant "really great."