INN World Report

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INN World Report
Genre News program
Presented by Mizan Kirby Nunes
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Lenny Charles
Running time 30 minutes
Original network Free Speech TV
Original release 2000 (2000) – present
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International News Net World Report Evening News, or INN World Report, is an independent American cable news program which was broadcast by the non-profit, progressive cable station Free Speech TV[1] until 2009. Originally created and broadcast through FTP uploads by a number of interns and employees, the work started as a response to Democracy Now! and became intensified following the implosion of the World Trade Center towers. Staff continued to work amidst the ashes and air pollution at 56 Walker Street on the 3rd, and 4th floors. The program is hosted by Mizan Kirby Nunes, a local stage and independent film actress. INN is also seen on one-hundred Public-access television cable TV stations, giving it access to up to 40 million households in the United States.[2] INN also airs a talk radio program, INN World Report Radio, which until 2008 was heard on the now-defunct, libertarian We the People Radio Network.


INN World Report is a half-hour news broadcast based in Tribeca, New York, covering issues related to domestic and foreign policies of the United States, civil liberties, globalization, corporations, environmentalism, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.


  • Mizan Kirby Nunes—lead news anchor
  • Tom Kiely—radio host
  • Lenny Charles—interviewer/producer


  1. ^ Free Speech TV Series,
  2. ^ About INN,

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