FrackNation Moving Forward with Over $190,000 in Contributions

We've reported on two previous occasions about FrackNation, a documentary which is designed to counteract the overwhelmingly negative looks at fracking that have come from so many media outlets (typified by Josh Fox's Gasland).

The Business Journal Daily reports that the documentary has raised nearly $190,000 from supporters in its fundraising effort on the film's official website - well beyond the goal of $150,000.  The production is moving forward with a targeted release date sometime this summer.  UPDATE:  the website now shows that over $190,000 has been raised.

Meanwhile, Fox is working on a Gasland sequel.  There is no word yet on whether he plans to ignore context in favor of sensationalism on this one too.

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