Free To Choose Network | Dead Wrong

As the world advances, we at Free To Choose® Network (FTCN) and®, are always looking at how best to remain at the cutting edge with educational, informative, and engaging content that helps to foster the ideas born from freedom and liberty.

Whether you want to support an individual broadcast program, our educational initiative,, or leave a philanthropic legacy, we have several ways for you to be involved. Below are some of our existing or in development projects that will be independently unique rather than airing on public television. Free To Choose Network is positioned to be a leader with a growing demand for direct-to-consumer content through online streaming platforms and downloadable content.

We rely on donors to help make this a reality through your generous contributions.

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Below are just a few of the projects in the works or already live:


Dead Wrong® is a weekly video series hosted by Free To Choose® Media Executive Editor and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Johan Norberg. It is meant to destroy commonly held myths using cited facts and explain how free-market principles lead to greater well-being for all of humanity.

Dead Wrong is distributed through FTCN’s social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, Instagram, LinkedIn, and our blog. We also post on and Roku, as well as an email blast to our database. We have produced over 150 episodes that have received over six million measurable video views.

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The total budget to produce and distribute Dead Wrong is ~$75,000—less than 3 cents per view per episode.
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If you have an interest in learning more about Dead Wrong or are interested in funding this project, please contact us via email here.


The goal of the Free To Choose Media Podcast is to utilize a new means of distribution for The Idea Channel® library of programs.

The podcast started in the Fall of 2018 with the Milton Friedman Speaks 15-part series. This will be used as a way to bring Friedman’s ideas to the forefront of the listener’s minds. After those programs, the content will be chosen based on the relevance of current events. The long-term goal is to build a large audience and invite guests to do interviews or hold conversations with one another on a specific subject.

The podcast are available on Google Play Music, Stitcher, iTunes, Luminary, and Spotify.

If you have an interest in learning more about our podcasts or are interested in funding this project, please contact us via email here.