The Crisis Summit is very well put together – however, a lot of time is needed – many hours in fact, to listen to the various interviews being broadcast each day. You can, of course, purchase anytime access along with verbatim transcripts.
I have free single day access which allows me to pick one or two of the interview each day. You just need to sign up online if you haven’t already done so at https://tinyurl.com/yxppzlcw
There will be a 48 hour period at the end of the Summit when there is open access to viewing any of the speaker interviews that you want.
I’m particularly interested in what we can actually do to stop 5G. If you are too then I highly recommend Paul Seils’ (Australia) interview from Day 2. and the Australian lawyer Raymond Broomhall who will be presenting on Days 5 and 7.
If you live in Australia you can go to the rfnsa website to check out your local cell transmission sites https://tinyurl.com/yy739xvz
In New Zealand you can go to https://tinyurl.com/yxc54ums but it’s awkward to use and possibly a bit out of date. There is nothing available in NZ that compares with the Australian rfnsa site. Transmission spectrum licensing information is available at the NZ Radio Spectrum Management website but it doesn’t seem to give specific antenna location info.