Corporate Media Survival Guide Part 1: How Television Works



Devon Grey's new trilogy, The Corporate Media Survival Guide introduces viewers to television's hidden technology and the unspoken corporate agenda that surrounds it.

Segmented into five informative and entertaining sections, 'How Television Works' is a must see for anyone curious about who controls television, why producers alter their programming to appease corporate sponsors, and what detrimental affects television has on human brain chemistry, attention span and behavior.


New member
Biggest form of hypnosis in today's society. Well, at least before myspace, facebook, and twitter came along. It has the strongest hold on society because it dictates to us how we should be and if we're not, we are strange, odd, and cast out by those who are the hypnotic sheep who follow tv's every sermon. When you eliminate tv from your diet, you can start to see what it does to people. Going back to tv after an extended period of time, you will either A) fall right back in line, or B) see it for the fraud that it is. Being awake, whenever i watch, I see the lies and the trickery involved in the hypnotic suggestions that force obedience.

Boiling Frog

Truth Activist
If you use your television as a tool rather then a brain washing device it works a lot better. I like to try and find all the hidden meaning in TV show and movies now...they are always hiding something.