VIDEO: Couple who created AOC’s viral campaign ad launches pro-socialist online streaming service
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A couple who worked on a viral campaign ad for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) last year are launching an online video streaming service aimed at producing pro-socialist political content.
The Detroit-based couple say that the service, pitched as a “Netflix for working-class people,” would provide “pro-worker” and “anti-capitalist” shows for a monthly $10 subscription, Detroit Free Press reports.
The article goes on to state the following:
Naomi Burton, 29, and Nick Hayes, 22, are the filmmakers behind Means TV, a company set up this year that produces pro-socialist content on social media.
Their company’s website states that the two have over a thousand backers for the project, which Hayes said was born out of worry that younger Americans will face economic and other conditions that will leave them worse off than their parents’ generation.
Means TV is for all of us.
Let’s build it together.
Help us create the world’s first anti-capitalist, worker-owned streaming platform.
We can’t do this without you.
— Means TV (@means_tv) March 21, 2019
How on earth could young people, whose:
-wages are flat
-costs of living skyrocketing
-experiencing increased social instability via bigotry, addiction, + violence
-expected to live shorter lifespans than previous gens
dare question the larger economic forces in their lives?! https://t.co/CigJD9HxVI
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) April 4, 2019
So you want people to give you money…..Pay you, where you profit…..to tell them how horrible #Capitalism is? Everything you’re doing is based in capitalism. Do your “workers” own the company? Do you pay them an equal share? https://t.co/VF15wphZMl
— Andrew Wilkow (@WilkowMajority) April 13, 2019
We need your help to fund our first year of tv shows, movies, animations, talk shows and more!
— Means TV (@means_tv) April 11, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) April 13, 2019
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