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Watching the Watchers of the Watchers

Reilly Smith • Feb 2 2017

In today's age of fake news, real news, and just plain biased "news," it can be a time-consuming task unto itself finding the true story.

Luckily, this trend has given rise to an era of channels dedicated to covering contemporary events and mainstream coverage of the same event. We now live in a time where the diverse ways in which a story is told can become a more interesting story than the events themselves.

1791L provides some top-notch analysis of the topic of the day in a digestible short-documentary style.


UC Berkeley riots? Check. Trump's election? Check. Women's march? Check.

How did CNN and Fox cover the above? Who, watches the watchers? More watchers of course!

Get the story about the story with concise analysis from 1791L. Right here on LBRY.

Not on LBRY yet? Get an invite here. Have a news channel you want to syndicate? Email to give your take on the situation.

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Reilly Smith · · ·

For nearly a decade, Reilly has developed, produced, championed and contributed to dozens of film projects big and small.

The only thing that rivals his love of film is the marriage between content and blockchain.

If you come from the world of film, television or web content, he's your sherpa on Mount Blockchain.

Reilly's work has been seen from Oxford, Mississippi to Sundance Film Festival, and he has produced content for Fox Digital Studios and Disney LOL.