Case #130: Max Headroom signal hijacking
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Occultae Veritatis Podcast


Case #130: Max Headroom signal hijacking


Max started as a humble protagonist in a dystopian British future, but he grew in popularity quickly, interviewing celebrities, being the face of new coke, and hitting a climax when his image was used in a television signal intrusion.


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Max Headroom, Matt Frewer, Dystopian, Brittish, BBC, TV Hijacking, The Max Headroom Show, pixels, signal intrusion, captain midnight, southern television, vrillon, playboy channel religious message, Chicago, doctor who, chuck swirsky, clutch cargo, mask

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