The e-book described numerous broadcast signal intrusions. One of the most interesting broadcast signal intrusion occurred in England in 1977 and involved a prankster calling itself the voice of Vrillon. Another interesting broadcast signal intrusion involved the Playboy channel in 1987 and involved religious sayings from Exodus 20:8 and Matthew 4:17. The voice of Vrillon was not captured, but the individual who posted religious quotations on Playboy was caught. I also enjoyed the Max Headroom interruptions of the Chicago Illinois stations. Another interesting broadcast signal intrusion occurred in Poland and involved some astronomers that supported the Solidarity union movement. There are also several potentially frightening broadcast signal intrusions in the city of Kaluga of the Soviet Union in 1966; a similar hoax occurred in 2007 with the Czech Republic television and Bulgarian television in 1991.
Also described in the e-book, is several nonviolent invasions of television stations in the United States and the United Kingdom. The e-book noted that Nazi Germany was way ahead of the rest of the world in network broadcasting. Since the average person in Germany at that time could not afford a television, areas were set aside so that the viewers could watch Nazi propaganda in groups. One of the best stories in the e-book was the propaganda campaign by the information minister of Iraq Mr. Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf who could lie with a straight face about events during the invasion of Iraq. Even Pres. George W Bush enjoyed listening to al-Sahhaf broadcasts. There were even discussions about Israel disrupting Lebanese television station al-Manar. Lastly, the e-book described paranormal television. Overall, I enjoyed reading many of the stories, particularly about interrupted broadcasts. I’m not sure who this e-book was written for, I just read it out of curiosity.