Shadow Boxing – Interview With Scott Bartle on West TV

Shadow Boxing West TV

Tibor Meszaros Interviews Scott Bartle
on Shadow Boxing
Channel 44 – West TV, Perth, Western Australia
08 Feb 2013

This interview discusses the background to Two Governments following release of the documentary What The FUQ – Frequently Unanswered Questions of the Australian Government, which was aired on West TV numerous times.

Also discussed were the laws that are in place for forging or passing a mark as an official mark in contrast to the ‘defence’ offered up in support of the Australian Coat of Arms as a registered Trade Mark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office:

Any person who, without lawful authority (proof whereof shall lie upon him) and with intent to deceive, makes any mark resembling, or apparently intended to resemble or pass for, any authorized official stamp or mark of any Department of the Commonwealth or of any public authority under the Commonwealth, shall be guilty of an offense. Penalty: Imprisonment for two years. 1914 Crimes Act – S.68


Shadow Boxing – TV Show

The program Shadow Boxing takes the shadow politicians and gives them a stage to view their opinions and thoughts on some of our quizzical questions about the State’s situation. Along with a variety of topics we get to know their plans and structural aims to get there if the power was in their hands.

Audio Booth in the Studio Control RoomAbout West TV

West TV Ltd. (WTV) is Western Australia’s first and only free-to-air digital community television station. WTV is a locally focused broadcaster aiming to reflect Australia’s cultural diversity and provide an alternative viewing platform. Combining nationally produced shows with locally produced material, WTV is the station to watch to support and enjoy Australian made content.

WTV is an innovative channel with a great choice of entertainment and general interest programs to suit the needs of everyone, regardless of age. Under the leadership and direction of a compact and dynamic team of media professional companies and individuals, WTV is passionate about delivering a broad range of local programs targeting the diversity and needs of our state and community e.g. documentaries, films, sport, music, education, multicultural, entertainment, leisure and lifestyle programs.

Focus WTV provides an alternative local viewing platform and actively supports local initiatives, businesses, arts and culture. WTV is proud to be a unique incubator for new talent and new programming concepts. It is a place for independent producers to show their boutique programs, WA youth to practice their media skills, and diverse communities and special interest groups to express themselves and be heard.

Dancesport - Multi-camera ProductionAs a local community broadcaster, we are aiming to nurture ideas and interests not accommodated on mainstream network television. Audience As a locally focused and independent non-commercial broadcaster, delivering a diverse programming content, we are able to reach a well targeted and committed audience. of various cultural backgrounds. Coverage WTV can be viewed 24/7 in digital in 95% of Perth Metropolitan area. You can find a WTV’s coverage map on our Facebook page here.

A selection of our programs is broadcast across Australia on other community channels in all capital cities and on CH 183 Foxtel Aurora platform. To find WTV please access the ‘setup’ area of your digital TV or set-top box and re-scan to locate channel 44 – WTV.

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