The Occupy movement is taking a page out of the traditional political playbook and looking to flood the TV airwaves.
Occupy.com, in conjunction with the crowdfunding website LoudSauce, put out a call in April for submissions for short TV spots, arguing that the voices of the so-called 1% were dominating the TV landscape.
"With the 2012 political campaign season underway, the national dialogue is again being controlled by the super wealthy," the video introducing the campaign says. "The 1% is channeling its voice powerfully through super PACs ... We need to take back the conversation again. We need some way to amplify the voices of the 99%."
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