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Rustbelt Radio for December 17, 2012
by Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti Monday, Dec. 17, 2012 at 6:38 PM
radio@indypgh.org WRCT

On today's show... A look at the formation of the USW's Fight Back Pittsburgh We catch up with Action United and learn about their work in Pittsburgh and elsewhere in Pennsylvania A report on the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Boards's look into the use of undercover officers and 99 cars in Pittsburgh and we take a look back at the first Jordan Miles Civil Trial

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Rustbelt Radio for (December) (17), 2012

[1:00] Intro

Welcome to this week's edition of Rustbelt Radio, the Pittsburgh Independent Media Center's bi-weekly review of the news from the grassroots, news overlooked by the corporate media.

On today's show...

Rustbelt Radio is broadcast live from WRCT studios every other Monday at 6 PM on 88.3 FM in Pittsburgh, and the program airs again on WRCT every Tuesday morning at 9AM.

We can also be heard weekly on the following stations:

We're also available on the internet, both on WRCT's live webstream at W-R-C-T dot ORG and for download, stream or podcast from our website at radio dot I-N-D-Y-P-G-H dot org.

We turn now to local stories.

Headlines

Local News

[ 7:55 ] Fight Back Pittsburgh

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fight_back_pittsburgh_piece_(MP3_MPEG_Layer-3).mp3: 7:55

[ 15:00 ] Action United

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Action_United_(MP3_MPEG_Layer-3).mp3: 10:23

[ 22:46 ] Jordan Miles

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JFJM-COURT-RUSTBELT2.mp3: 22:46

Jordan Miles and his attorneys have filed for a civil retrial against the 3 officers. Stay tuned to Rustbelt Radio as the story develops in 2013

Wrapup

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You are listening to Rustbelt Radio, the Pittsburgh Independent Media Center's bi-weekly review of news overlooked by the corporate media. We turn now to other independent news from beyond Western Pennsylvania.

Global News

[ ] Global Story 1

[ ] Global Story 2

[ ] Global Story 3

Features

Intro

You're listening to Rustbelt Radio, the Pittsburgh Independent Media Center's bi-weekly review of news from the grassroots.

[ 16:22 ] CPRB Public hearing on The Use of Pittsburgh Police Undercover Officers and 99 Cars

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cprb_hearing_story_(MP3_MPEG_Layer-3).mp3: 16:22

[ ] Musical Break

[ ] Feature 2

Ending

Calendar of Events

And now we present the Indymedia Calendar of Events:

[1:00] Outro

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Thanks for tuning in to Rustbelt Radio here on WRCT Pittsburgh, WSDR Pittsburgh, WIUP Indiana, WNJR Washington, WLRI LanChester, and FRSC Santa Cruz.

Our host this week was Phill Cresswell with contributions from Don Carpenter, Tom Jefferson, Nigel Parry, Kayla Sykes, and Helen Gearhardt. This week's show was directed by Jessica McPherson and produced by Phill Cresswell. Special thanks to all of our hosts, producers, and contributors.

You can get involved with Rustbelt Radio! To contact us, email RADIO at I-N-D-Y-P-G-H dot ORG. Become our fan on Facebook to receive updates on our latest episode, and follow us on Twitter @pghimc. All of our shows are available on our website at RADIO dot INDY-P-G-H dot ORG and this show can be heard again Tuesday morning on WRCT at 9 AM after Democracy Now!

Tune in next week at this time for another edition of Rustbelt Radio, the Pittsburgh Independent Media Center's bi-weekly review of news from the grassroots.

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Rustbelt Radio for December 17, 2012
by Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti Monday, Dec. 17, 2012 at 6:38 PM
radio@indypgh.org WRCT

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