The story of the turbulent inaugural year of the Air America Radio Network.
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Mark Walsh ...
Himself - Air America Radio
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Himself - Co-Host, The O'Franken Factor
Katherine Lanpher ...
Herself - Co-Host, The O'Franken Factor
Randi Rhodes ...
Herself - Host, The Randi Rhodes Show
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Herself - Co-Host, Majority Report
Evan Cohen ...
Himself - Chairman & Principal Investor
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Himself - Co-Host, Majority Report
David Goodfriend ...
Himself - General Counsel, Air America Radio
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Himself - Co-Host, Morning Sedition
Jonathan Larsen ...
Himself - Producer, Morning Sedition
Mark Riley ...
Himself - Co-Host, Morning Sedition
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Himself - Consultant
Doug Kreeger ...
Himself - Investor & Consultant
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Himself - Co-Host, Unfiltered (as Chuck D)
Carl Ginsburg ...
Himself - Executive Producer, Air America Radio
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The story of the turbulent inaugural year of the Air America Radio Network.

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The Rise, The Fall, The Resurrection Of Air America Radio

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31 March 2005 (USA)  »

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$750,000 (estimated)
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Truly Original Documentary
22 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this documentary for the first time recently on HBO on demand. It totally surprised me because I was expecting the usual talking heads show. Instead I was treated to a really extraordinary story that combined a raw, insider drama with a great feel for the politics of 2004. I'm amazed that I haven't heard more about this movie -- I happened on it because I was more or less channel surfing. This is a classic documentary but it has all of the edge-of-your-seat elements of a thriller. The story takes many twists and turns and I was really taken by how close to the intrigue the film makers got. For anybody interested in the political battles that led to the re-election of George Bush this film will give you a really unique take on what happened. It's full to the brim with great characters like Randi Rhodes, Al Franken, and Marc Maron. I totally recommend it.


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