With a great special launch offer!
What is the Freedom Network?
An exciting new international alternative media network which allows you to watch a range of movies and documentaries, many of which are not available from other sources. To check it out and see what is available to watch, go to: https://freedomnetwork.tv/catalog
How does it work?
Sign up and you’ll get instant access to documentaries, podcasts, interviews and an ever-growing list of great content which you won’t see on the main stream networks.
What does it cost?
1. You can rent or buy a range of movies without taking out a paid subscription. Prices vary, depending on the content.
2. You can subscribe to the network for US$9.99 a month, giving you access to a wide range of content. Some movies are ‘Pay-to-view’ and will require an additional payment to view.
How do I watch 'River of Lies' on the Freedom Network and what is the special launch offer?
You have two options:
1. a) Go to the Freedom Network website: https://freedomnetwork.tv/catalog
b) Click on the River of Lies image or enter the title in the search field
c) Follow the instructions to pay and watch
2. Sign up for the Special Launch Offer:
This gives you 30% off a six month subscription to the Freedom Network and unlimited access to River of Lies, The New Zealand Scamdemic
Can I still watch River of Lies on the River of Lies website?
Yes - if you've already paid for the movie, you'll be able to watch it again and we'll continue to host the movie for the foreseeable future. If you haven't yet purchased it, you'll be able to sign up and watch it from the 'Watch the movie' page on the website. Just click the link and follow the instructions.
If you take advantage of the special launch offer, we hope you enjoy the content of the Freedom Network.
Thanks again for your support. We couldn't do what we do without you.
River of Lies on tour this week in the Wellington area!
We are so looking forward to seeing our freedom loving whanau in the Wellington area. We are in Parapararaumu on Sunday Dec 3 at the Old Mill and now the Ngaio Church Hall on Monday Dec 4. It is a screening and speaking tour and a chance for us to really talk about the issues. Stay tuned for full details on times and locations. We'll be sending out a notification with all the information you need tomorrow.