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Rumblings In The Subterranean Market

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 23:49:37 -0500
Archived: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 23:49:37 -0500
Subject: Rumblings In The Subterranean Market

Source: Billy Cox's Blog De Void


Tuesday, February 14

Rumblings In The Subterranean Market
by Billy Cox

One of the biggest jokes leveled by critics at UFO researchers
is that the latter are only in it for the $$$. But scheming to
get rich off UFOs is like bashing your head against cement to
unclog water in your eardrum. It=92s just not very smart.

In the face of mainstream media indifference, UFOTV vids have
been filling in the reality vacuum for a generation now, one
mind at a time/CREDIT: flickr.com

On the other hand =85 Tim Crawford proves how, if you hang with
something long enough, you can actually look like a visionary,
or at least avoid becoming a ward of the state. Founder of UFOTV
=96 which posted Giorgio Bongiovanni=92s documentary about the major
cultural shift surrounding UFOs in Ecuador =96 Crawford doesn=92t
volunteer how much flow it=92s generating. But its library is in
all the =93major distribution pipelines,=94 iTunes, Best Buy, Barnes
& Noble, Netflix, Amazon, and Crawford says his programming on
YouTube draws anywhere from 1.5 to 2 million visits each month.
In fact, after establishing what would become UFOTV in 1991,
Crawford argues his long-running enterprise =93has done more to
raise awareness of the phenomenon=94 than any other option out

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