TRNN – is a grassroots alternative video media outlet covering an extraordinary range of issues and presents an amazing and unique breadth of academics, activists, authors, experts, journalists and NGOs.
And Gila Mimbres Community Radio / KURU 89.1 FM is
the very first Community Radio Station in the nation
to present content from The Real News Network!
GMCR / KURU broadcasts and webcasts The Real News of The Day Monday through Friday at 6pm. However, under their current schedule, production may not be complete before 6pm, so we air the program on the following day.
Or listen at your convenience via the following links…
- The Real News of The Day / 16 May 2016
Worldwide protests against fossil fuels; April breaks records; India to divert rivers; Trump appoints climate skeptic; Kerry supports arming Libya; protests against new Brazil government; Venezuela to take over idle factories; incumbent wins in Dominican Republic
- The Real News of The Day / 17 May 2016
Democratic primaries; more Snowden documents; school segregation; Obamacare and birth control; AFL-CIO and environmentalism; Canada law to protect transgender persons; Alberta wildfire flares up; global warming and the poor; Senate passes 9/11 bill; French truckers join protest
- The Real News of The Day / 18 May 2016
Sanders wins Oregon primary; CEOs earn 355 times as much as workers; ExxonMobil sued over climate change denial; Massachusetts teens win climate change case; South Africans fight over Zuma; Floods in Sri Lanka; Greenpeace blasts Japan coal plan; Mexico to legalize same-sex marriage
- The Real News of The Day / 19 May 2016
EgyptAir crash; Trump proposes SC judges; Oakland introduces drug war reparations; Pentagon accuses China; Argentina to allow US bases; Venezuela opposition protest; refugee crisis and child trafficking; Norway licenses arctic drilling; Israel names right-wing defense minister
In addition to their daily news summary, GMCR / KURU will broadcast additional programs in a one hour magazine format that presents the best news, interviews, analysis, panels and presentations from their prolific output. Since 2007, They have produced more than 7,000 stories that have been viewed more than 100 million times.
Like GMCR, TRNN is a non-profit and viewer-supported. They don’t accept advertising, nor government or corporate funding.
But what makes The Real News truly different and significant is their commitment to both journalistic integrity AND citizen activism. Along with core professional staff, they are developing the next generation of progressive journalists and commentators by providing training and experience to minority, urban and poverty stricken youth in their home town of Baltimore, MD and a model for alternative media across the country and around the world.