Deep Dish TV Network
Deep Dish TV is the first national satellite network. It was launched in 1986 by Paper Tiger TV as a distribution network, linking independent producers, programmers, community-based activists and viewers who support movements for social change and economic justice. Deep Dish TV is committed to democratizing media by providing a national forum for programming created by community-based organizations and independent producers. To this end, we have employed all the technology we can get our hands on, and fought for space on the public airwaves to reach television viewers throughout the U.S. Our programs are shown on over 200 public access cable stations around the country, on selected PBS stations, and received by thousands of satellite dish viewers nationwide on Free Speech TV channel 9415 on the DishNetwork. We are also committed to reaching student and community groups through screenings the distribution of DVD copies of our programs.