RUNtv: Taking internet video and putting it on Cable Television

RUNtv is a new television program produced through a partnership between peralta.TV and the Rise Up Network; the show features short-form content culled from the internet and is hosted by myself.

Are you a videoblogger, a You Tuber, filmmaker, or a video journalist? If so, check out RUNtv, a new television show on peralta.TV that I have been developing for the past few months. The two-hour weekly show features short form videos from all genres and provide an opportunity for you to get paid for your work.

Viewers and visitors each week will be invited to vote on their favorites, and we will be giving out cash grants to the top three videos every episode. First place gets $250, second $100 and the third place film will receive $50. Our season finale will feature all of our winners and a few favorites and will offer $1000, $500, and $250 to the favorite videos.

Videos can be submitted electronically, or by mail. All electronic submissions need to be of a high enough compression rate for air on television. FTP available upon request. To submit your video send an e-mail with the link to josh(at), or simply leave a comment where we can find your video. If you'd prefer to mail us your submission, send to:

c/o peralta.TV
900 Fallon St.
Oakland, CA 94607
About the author

    Josh Wolf first became interested in the power of the press after writing and distributing a screed against his high school's new dress code. Within a short time, the new dress code was abandoned, and ever since then he's been getting his hands dirty deconstructing the media every step of the way. Wolf recently became the longest-incarcerated journalist for contempt of court in U.S. history after he spent 226 days in federal prison for his refusal to cooperate. In Media sphere, Josh shares his daily insights on the developing information landscape and examines how various corporate and governmental actions effect the free press both in the United States and abroad.


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